Wedding List

Wedding List Service

Creating a Wedding List is a once in a lifetime experience. Normally it might seem presumptuous to be to be giving your guests a wish-list of gifts but weddings are the exception to the rule.

It is always a good idea to take some time before compiling your list, to decide exactly what you need, what you would really love, and what would be useful to have. Most important of all: enjoy compiling your list, as these will be gifts to treasure during your married life together.
Wedding List
Wedding List
Wedding List

Creating a Wedding List

Our online tool is easy to use and makes selecting products together a pleasure. Simply login to register your wedding date and begin browsing products to add to your Wedding List. Creating a list can take time and involve plenty of changes, so don’t worry if you want to create one, delete it and start again. Amend, rearrange and share the Wedding List as often as you like, whilst you are in the decision-making phase.

Use our Mood Board tool to visualise your ideas and don’t hesitate to contact us at info@susiewatsondesigns.co.uk at any point in the process. Once you have compiled your list, our online tool makes it easy to formalise your Wedding List, so that it can be shared with your guests before the wedding.
Wedding List
Wedding List
Wedding List
Step One
To begin a Wedding List simply log-in (if you haven't yet registered as a customer, you can easily create an account) and register your wedding details. This is particularly helpful if you are selecting products with a longer lead-time, such as bespoke furniture or ceramics.
Step Two
Once you have registered your wedding, we recommend starting a Mood Board. This is a great way to create your very own interactive wish-list. Explore endless combinations by mixing-and-matching our products or create different Mood Boards for different needs. You can use the Mood Board to provide inspiration for wish-lists that are room-related.
Mood Board
Use them to separate lists by price-point or order of preference, for example separating the ‘hearts desire’ items from a ‘must have’ list. For additional advice on how to create a Mood Board please view our article on how to create the perfect Mood Board. You can amend and share your ideas with one another by using the share your Mood Board button.
Step Three
Once you have compiled your wish-list, our online tool makes it easy to formalise into a Wedding List, so that it can be shared with your guests before the wedding. Simply ‘Add to Wedding List’ the selections made on your Mood Board. You can then amend and update quantities as necessary before forwarding a link to the list to your family and friends.

Things to consider

1. Don’t let the idea of a Wedding List overwhelm you
If you’re looking to escape the stresses of wedding planning, then this is your moment. Creating a Wedding List is one of the few tasks that focuses on life beyond the wedding and is something you can enjoy together.
Mood Board
2. Plan ahead
The best lists are a collection of products that will last. A wedding list should consist of things that will endure and live with you over time. This means choosing things that are robust and well-made but it also means thinking about how your tastes might change. Chose things that will withstand the test of time…
Mood Board
3. Mix and match
Don’t commit to just one style but inject variety where you can. For example, mix and match your dinnerware. An assorted, layered table-top is more interesting and visually captivating for you both to enjoy. Things chosen together will also gather sentimental value over time.
Mood Board
4. Don’t forget Decor
Look beyond linens, tableware and kitchen gadgets when considering what you will need. A nice mirror, a lamp, throws, and pillows will help make your marital house feel like a home.