Wedding registries often include everything from a fancy blender to silverware to high thread count bed sheets. You know, the typical stuff.
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Or maybe you and your partner have everything you need for your home, so you register for money for your honeymoon or for life in general.
Or maaaaaybe you guys don't need anything at all. But since the people who love you will want to buy you something for your upcoming nuptials, might we suggest a pizza registry? It's a thing.
Domino's recently launched a pizza wedding registry, giving people even more reason to get married.
Each gift is given in the form of an eGift card, which essentially gives the couple money to spend on anything they want on the Domino's website.
The various gift options are pretty amazing — like the "2 a.m. Bachelor Party Feast" for $60, the "Married but Chill" for $15, the "Post-Honeymoon Adjustment to Real Life" for $25 and the "An Excuse Not to Cook" for $20.
Kate Trumbull, Domino's digital marketing director explained the purpose behind the pizza registry.
"Our customers constantly tell and show us on social media how pizza plays a role in their wedding, whether it's for the bridal party, a late-night treat for the reception and other day-of experiences," she said. "We wanted to make it easier for people to request something fun they'll get excited about. Who doesn't love pizza? From our perspective, you can give and receive a wide range of really fun, unique packages that tailor to the couple, like the 'Thank You Card-a-thon' package for when you're cranking through those thank-you notes after the honeymoon."
Listen, we don't need convincing, and we have a feeling you don't either.
Creating a registry is really easy. Just add in your information and select the photo, message and items you want, and then you'll be able to share your wish list with family and friends or use the unique URL to add it to your current already existing wedding registry. Wedding guests can also search for a registry by using your names and wedding date.
The couple that pizzas together stays together.