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The Knot Expands The Knot Registry Store Offerings to Include Gift Options from Winc, Havenly, Ring, Lettuce Grow, Fatboy and Es

NEW YORK , October 20 /Businesswire/ - Today’s to-be-weds are personalizing their wedding registries more than ever before—and company data from The Knot, a leading all in one wedding planning and registry destination, shows couples are increasingly leaning into upgrading their at-home experience. To meet this demand, The Knot has further expanded gift options in its wedding registry store to include services and items from popular brands Winc, Havenly, Ring, Lettuce Grow, Fatboy and Estelle Colored Glass.

Winc, a wine club that makes exploring wine fun and easy, is available in a gift card format, giving couples the flexibility to choose one-, two-, three-, six- or 12-month membership subscriptions. More than a subscription, Winc helps subscribers stock up on known favorite bottles and blends while encouraging them to try something different and discover a new favorite wine—together. With the Winc gift option in The Knot Registry Store, couples will start their wine journey by taking a quick quiz. The answers allow Winc to tailor four delicious wines to this couple, based on their taste preferences.

Havenly, an online interior design service offering a range of affordable design services, is also available in a gift card format, to help couples make over any space on any budget. The services range from $79-$129 and start by connecting couples with virtual interior designers who offer design expertise and recommendations for purchase to help make any space feel like home.

Ring, a leading provider of home security systems, is on a mission to make neighborhoods safer. Offering a comprehensive suite of security solutions, Ring devices help secure homes to be a safer place while giving homeowners more peace of mind. In The Knot Registry Store, couples can select from their signature video doorbell, and other singular security products, or a comprehensive security kit.

Lettuce Grow Founded by co-parents Zooey Deschanel and Jacob Pechenik who wanted to find a way to make fresh, safe and flavorful food less expensive and more accessible, Lettuce Grow empowers everyone to change how they grow and eat food. Their signature hydroponic growing system, The Farmstand, makes it possible to grow healthy and sustainable farm-fresh produce at home. The Knot Registry Store has partnered with Lettuce Grow to offer the flagship Lettuce Grow Farmstand and an exclusive seedling pack, The Knot Registry Seedling Bundle, that enables couples to begin a more sustainable newlywed lifestyle!

Fatboy is known for its collection of sustainable lifestyle products, ranging from lamps to beanbags to hammocks, that help make relaxing comfortable and stylish. A curated selection of its most popular products in eye-catching prints and designs are available to add to registries within The Knot Registry Store.

Estelle Colored Glass, a luxury glassware brand, features hand-blown colored designs in jewel shades and soft pastels. Each collection includes commissioned pieces that are sure to be the star of any tablescape, from cake stands to champagne coupes. Estelle Colored Glass carries on a family tradition started by the founder’s grandmother, who loved elevating her cooking with beautiful glassware presentations. Crafted by artisans with a 100-year-old history, Estelle Colored Glass pieces are a perfect balance of vintage refinement with modern edge.

“As the wedding registry space evolves, we’re excited to welcome six new brands that will help our couples register for gifts they actually want,” said Kristen Maxwell Cooper, editor in chief of The Knot. “We’re learning that more and more couples are looking forward to designing their home spaces together—whether that be creating a bedroom or backyard oasis, sprucing up their bar cart or upgrading security technology for their newlywed lives—and Winc, Havenly, Ring, Lettuce Grow, Fatboy and Estelle Colored Glasses each provide a special offering that will help couples create spaces that feel uniquely them.”

For more information on these new offerings in The Knot Registry Store, plus recently added Experiences and an expanded assortment of gift cards, or to create a registry with The Knot, visit theknot.com/registry.

About The Knot

The Knot is the nation’s leading digital wedding resource offering a seamless, all-in-one planning experience—from finding inspiration and local vendors to creating and managing all guest experiences, wedding registries and more. The trusted brand reaches a majority of engaged couples in the US through the #1 wedding planning website TheKnot.com and #1 iOS and Android mobile app The Knot Wedding Planner, The Knot national wedding magazine, and The Knot book series. Since its inception, The Knot has inspired approximately 25 million couples to plan a wedding that’s uniquely them. Visit The Knot online at TheKnot.com and follow on social media: Facebook.com/TheKnot and @TheKnot on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


STORY TAGS: Family, Online Retail, Retail, Consumer, Women, Specialty, Men, Product/Service, New York, United States, North America,

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