– Ask Cheryl – When Should I Send a Wedding Gift if the Ceremony and the Reception Are a Year Apart?

June 23, 2020

With so much uncertainty and fear surrounding the Corona virus, it has been refreshingly romantic to see the creative ways that some couples have decided to proceed with exchanging their wedding vows, even if it meant cancelling, downsizing, or postponing the reception! If you do know a couple who will be having a small (somewhat […]

Sustainable Wedding Registry Gifts for the Eco-Conscious Couple

June 18, 2020

Looking for eco-friendly wedding gifts? We’ve compiled a variety of items from our favorite retailers to make it easy! While going green is never out of style, it feels like now is an especially great time to adopt an eco-friendly lifestyle. For many modern couples, it’s important to live sustainably, with attention paid to environmental […]

Mother’s Day Gifts and Recipes from Food52

May 2, 2020

Serve up an unforgettable — and delicious — gift for Mom this Mother’s Day! Much like everything else in our lives, Mother’s Day is looking a little bit different this year. With the difficulties imposed by the necessary social distancing measures, even the thought of celebration can be anxiety-inducing. But, it doesn’t have to be […]

– Ask Cheryl – What To Do About Late or Never Received Wedding Gifts?

April 28, 2020

Wedding gifts may continue to arrive at your new home a month (or more) after your wedding day. Family and friends may even tell you to anticipate the arrival of such a gift, in the spirit of celebration and with hopes of showering you with love. But what do you do when those promised gifts […]

DIY Gift Bundles for Your High School Grad

April 21, 2020

Make sure the high school grad in your life is ready for anything with these do-it-yourself gift bundles. It’s about that time! Graduation is right around the corner, which means watching our favorite kiddos become adults and head off to college. When it comes to gifting, it can sometimes feel like we don’t even know […]

– Something Old And Something New – Why We Love Registering for China

April 2, 2020

Many of my best and favorite childhood memories were made around our family’s dining table, usually featuring the most delicious spread of food and the most beautifully set table. My mom is the one who taught me the art of celebrating each and every day, and most of the celebrating started with our family meals. […]

– Ask Cheryl – How Long Do I Have to Send a Wedding Gift?

March 24, 2020

Giving gifts to the wedding couple serves as a tangible representation of your love and support. When you’re invited to a wedding, you should send a gift, whether or not you are able to attend – but when should you send it?   Dear Cheryl, I was invited to my friend’s wedding, and unfortunately was […]

– Ask Cheryl – Should I Send a Wedding Gift to My Former Niece?

March 10, 2020

Wedding etiquette can get a little tricky when there is a divorce in the family. Being a “former” extended family member might mean you are excluded from the wedding guest list; but is it obligatory or even ok to send a gift? Dear Cheryl, I am divorced, but a niece from his side is getting […]

Top Bathroom & Kitchen Products for Getting (and Staying) Organized

March 3, 2020

Maximize your counter, cabinet, and under-sink space with organization solutions from Bed Bath & Beyond. Ah, spring cleaning. While the idea of getting organized can feel liberating, the process to actually get there can quickly become overwhelming. I always start with the best intentions, piling everything together, sorting trash and items to be given away, […]

– Ask a Real Mom – What’s Worth the Splurge in Baby’s Nursery

February 20, 2020

Let’s be honest: from the moment you take that positive pregnancy test, you start dreaming up your baby’s nursery. At least, that was the case for me. I couldn’t wait to paint and decorate and spend time in a room just for our new little one. But, as it tends to go in the world […]

20 Best Items to Add to Your Wedding Registry at Bed Bath & Beyond in 2020

February 5, 2020

Getting started on a wedding registry that’s perfect for you can be a daunting task! When I created my wedding registry at Bed Bath and Beyond, I made sure I registered for quality items that had lots of great reviews. This is a round up of a few of our favorite tried and true products […]

Top Infant Essentials for your Baby Gift Registry

January 30, 2020

If you’re currently expecting your first child, I’d like to first offer my warmest congratulations! You’re about to embark on the greatest adventure of your life, one filled with more love and joy than you ever thought possible. You will be forever changed by the tiny human you will soon hold in your arms. I […]

Best New Baby Products for 2020

January 23, 2020

The baby product industry is ever-changing and evolving to make parents’ lives just a little bit better. My little one is only 9 months old and I feel like I already need to upgrade because there are so many great new products for 2020. (And especially because my favorite baby sleep product was recalled for […]

15 of Our Favorite Books for Every Kid on Your List

December 3, 2019

“Something they want; Something they need; Something to wear; Something to read.” You’ve probably heard of this gift giving rule of 4 for your kids. It’s a practical way to keep your Christmas shopping simple, especially if you have more than one kiddo to buy for. In an effort to help you find that special […]

Holiday Gifts for Newlyweds

November 29, 2019

One of the best parts about being married and starting a life together is building new traditions together. The holiday season ushers in many chances for newlyweds to try new things and recreate memories or childhood traditions with their spouse. You can be a part of this special time for the new couple by sending […]

Holiday Gift Guide for College Students

November 27, 2019

Of all the people on Santa’s list of naughty and nice, college students will inevitably be the most grateful recipients. For an entire semester, they’ve been pinching pennies and borrowing clothes from each other’s closets. They’ve spent their free time studying for finals or picking up an extra shift—and probably adding to their wish list […]

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