Pear Tree House, an Elite Circle member, is a lovely shop located in St Philip’s Plaza that specializes in home accessories, tabletop, and gifts. They are very close to launching an online wedding registry but for now, as a couple planning your wedding in the Tucson area, you can go into the shop and create your wedding registry while browsing the beautiful pieces that are perfect for your newlywed nest!
Here are just some of the very special items that brides and grooms are registering for at the shop:
Mariposa Gift serving pieces- you’ll have plenty to celebrate even after your wedding day
Jan Sevadjian wedding guest books and photo albums are wrapped in silk and adorned with beautiful brooches
Pear Tree House also carries Maple Leaf at Home customizable cutting boards. They make a perfect wedding gift and you can have them branded with anything you want- like a monogram!
You’ll also find William Yeoward Crystal which is really great for entertaining; Atalanta is the newest addition to the American Bar line and we just know newlyweds are excited to entertain with these chic pieces in their new homes.
Pear Tree House also carries the adorable Pinch Provisions line- gifts like this flower girl kit and wedding day emergency kit for brides are not only useful but super cute!
Here’s a shot of the “wedding table” at Pear Tree House but you know you’re going to want EVERYTHING in the store!
Pear Tree House owner Chris Eklund tells us her top Do’s and Don’ts for Wedding Registries:
-First and foremost register!! And register at a variety of stores (3-4) so your friends and family have a wide variety of choices, especially as many of your items are being bought up. There’s nothing more frustrating for your guests when they go to buy you a gift and everything has already been bought, then they’re left to take a chance on something you didn’t want or register for. Some stores will make it a fun experience like Pear Tree House where you will receive a gift bag and champagne or wine while you register.
-Include a store like Bed Bath and Beyond, Crate and Barrel, a Department store and a specialty store like Pear Tree House. Most of these will offer online searches of the couple and their registry.
-Register at least 4-6 months in advance of showers and the wedding
-Do not include your registry with your wedding invitation
-Don’t register for items over $1000, take into consideration the demographic of your guests and give them a wide variety of price ranges and products to select from your registry. If you are having a small wedding don’t have a 10 page registry.
-Don’t forget to write thank you notes!
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