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Would You Register For China?

Would You Register For China?

Since I'm a huge fan of entertaining, and in particular hosting dinner parties, one of the things I'm looking forward to is selecting a beautiful set of china. Although I'm currently single, when I get married, I'm definitely registering for it! However, the tradition of china can spark debate. Many modern couples don't throw dinners, and others don't have the storage space for a second set of dining ware, so they simply won't register for china. How do you feel about it?

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ticamorena ticamorena 4 years
YES! i've seen some unique, incredibly artistic china that i'd get with my own paycheck (and gladly register for more classic pieces) - it's more than just about entertainment; these things can sell for serious $$ at auction etc
EvieJ EvieJ 4 years
I didn't register for it, but only because I already had a full set, given to me by my father. Had I not, I would have definitely registered. Same for sterling, but we did register for crystal.
davie-k davie-k 4 years
We don't really have so much room for china, but that didn't stop me from registering for it. We got some quite modern patterned china, with concentric circles in aqua, brown and grass green. It was so fresh and fun! I absolutely don't regret not going for something more traditional and all my friends and family always comment how cute it is!
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