Love Brunch? Don't Miss These Essential Wedding Registry Items
Want to know what's better than going out for brunch? Staying in with your newlywed spouse and cooking a big, beautiful pile of garlicky veggie hash on your own stovetop. Think about it: you don't have to wait in line for an hour, you don't have to drop $10 on a mimosa, and you can linger over the meal as long as you like. Way more fun.
That's why if you're creating a wedding gift registry you shouldn't skip out on brunch-ready kitchen tools and dining-table accents. Naturally, you'll find breakfast and brunch essentials at Bed Bath & Beyond, which is stocked with all you need to whip up a delicious meal for friends and family. Scroll down to see some of our fave brunch-making essentials — all you'll need to do is add the eggs and coffee.
Bee & Willow Charlotte Floral Drinkware Collection
If you're looking for pretty pitchers and drinkware, you really can't go wrong with the Bee & Willow Charlotte Floral Drinkware Collection ($6–$28). Adorned with botanical illustrations, the glassware looks elegant without feeling fussy — which, come to think about it, is #brunchgoals.
Black & Decker 4-Slice Toaster Oven
Why is this Black & Decker 4-Slice Toaster Oven ($40) a better choice than a traditional toaster? Well, for one thing, you can heat and toast more than, y'know, toast. Bagels and thick slices of bread do just fine here, and if you're really ambitious, you can even use this countertop oven to roast tomatoes into a deliciously jammy consistency. Mmm.
Black & Decker 10-Speed Countertop Blender
Coffee and orange juice are brunch staples, but smoothies should be — and with a Black & Decker 10-Speed Countertop Blender ($25, originally $40), you can make it happen. This versatile device is also handy for those times when you want to quickly make a sauce, purée, or fresh whipped cream.
Brita 10-Cup Tahoe Pitcher
Can we please normalize serving tap water during fancy brunches? It's practically free, and it's delicious — especially when filtered through a Brita 10-Cup Tahoe Pitcher ($30, originally $37). The filter removes any funky flavors that might be hanging out, delivering only the crispest H2O to guests. Ice optional.
Ninja Cold Press Juicer Pro
If you really want to impress brunch guests, grab some greens and citrus and go to town with your Ninja Cold Press Juicer Pro ($120, originally $130). It quickly creates nutritious and tasty juice, with way less cleanup than the juicers of yesteryear.
Our Table 6-qt. Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven
You'll get plenty of use from this Our Table 6-qt. Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven ($20, originally $40) while cooking brunch; it's certainly great for oven-baked breakfast casseroles, breads, and more. But the real benefit of a Dutch oven is its ability to go from oven to cooktop and from brunch to dinner — it's one of those kitchen essentials you'll buy once and use forever.
Cuisinart 12-Cup Thermal Coffee Maker
Is brunch even brunch without fresh coffee? (That's a rhetorical question, in case you were wondering.) This Cuisinart 12-Cup Thermal Coffee Maker ($130) is a registry-worthy choice. It's programmable, so you can place your coffee the night before and forget about it. It also has a cool feature that allows you to control the intensity of your brew — not to mention a thermal carafe that keeps coffee warm for hours of brunching fun.
Dash No Drip Waffle Maker
Is there a person alive who doesn't love a freshly cooked waffle? (Again: rhetorical question.) The nice thing about this Dash No Drip Waffle Maker ($50) is its ability to cook four waffles at once, making it a smart choice for anyone who likes to entertain family and friends at brunch.
Our Table 2-Piece Eggie Silicone Egg Rings Set
You can certainly cook eggs without an Our Table 2-Piece Eggie Silicone Egg Rings Set ($8). But those little rings certainly make for a better-looking, more consistently cooked egg — and sometimes that's the sort of little thing that takes your presentation from nice to WHOA.