Bride-to-be Hillary Kerr has a definitive style and viewpoint that has put her at the top of the industry overseeing editorial hubs like Who What Wear, Byrdie, MyDomaine and Obsessee. While some brides struggle to find their “newlywed style”, Hillary had a concise point of view when selecting pieces for her fiancé, Jonathan, and self. Leaning towards “new traditional”, Hillary effortlessly mixed classic silhouettes with more design forward pieces that reflected her fashion and beauty background. The resulting wedding registry is a beautiful mix that is equal parts fun, fresh and approachable for anyone to recreate. Love what you see? Be sure to hover over the picture to see the products used in the shoot!
Marble and Copper Serve Tray
If I could only use one word to describe this tray, it would be: stunning. If I had two words, they would be: must buy. It’s such a knockout item and looks insanely gorgeous loaded up with cheese, fruits, nuts or whatever you feel like serving!
Wood and Copper Cheese Knives
These cheese knives are the perfect balance of form and function. They will elevate the simplest cheese plate and are sure to look incredible for years to come.
Antique Silver Party Bucket
I’m a firm believer that everyone needs this party bucket for entertaining. It looks so enticing when filled with ice and bottles of champagne or rosé, and is attractive enough to have it sitting out during a dinner party.
Harrison Bar Tool Set
How are you going to mix the perfect martini or muddle mint for a julep if you don’t have a handy-dandy bar tool set? This set is beautifully made and feels solid in your hand. Bonus: it allows for neat storage, which is never a bad thing!
Schott Zwiesel Neat Glasses
My fiancé and I appreciate an end-of-day bourbon. And what better way to serve it than in these classic neat glasses?
Tristan Bar Cart
A well-stocked bar is an essential part of any home, and naturally you need a place to store said bar. The Tristan Bar Cart is the perfect option because it’s small enough to fit into most corners and the mid-century design is unquestionably elegant.
Gabriella Dinner Plates
I am a purist when it comes to plates and really think food looks best on white ones. That said, white can be a bit unremarkable – but that’s not the case with these lovely plates! The hand-embellished ridging along the edges adds a lovely texture and the glaze is just timeless.
My fiancé and I appreciate clean lines – we want to go to Tokyo on our honeymoon – so it’s probably no surprise that we were drawn to this flatware. It’s a really great weight and feels so nice in your hand. Plus, something about the squared-off ends give me subtle chopsticks vibes.
Portland Serve Bowl
This two-tone glaze is so gorgeous! It somehow manages to be both warm and minimalist chic at the same time.
Belgian Flax Linen Sheet Set
I would sleep on a new set of sheets every night if I could, and they would all be Pottery Barn’s linen sheets. They are truly an everyday luxury.
PB Classic 820-Gram Weight Bath Towels
I have been devoted to Pottery Barn’s towels for years, as they are incredibly soft and plush. Personally, I love them in classic white, but all the colors are pretty amazing.
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