Art is a great wedding gift, and in urban centers where space is at a premium there is nothing better than a gift that doesn't take up precious closet, kitchen or bathroom space. As Annie notes in the MSN article below, "while cabinet space was hard to come by, the walls were free reign!" Read more about offbeat wedding in this adorable article on GLO including a profile of Annie & Pierre who used ArtStar for their registry. From eco conscious registries to those that help you buy a house, the process of registering for a wedding is no longer confined to towels and candlesticks. Read the full article here.
Modern Gifting by Martine Bury
"About 60 percent of today's couples live together before getting married—which means that by the time they're engaged, they're well-stocked with dinnerware, linens and small kitchen appliances. As a result, alternative wedding registries that offer everything from far-flung adventures to cold hard cash are booming. See what these six couples put on their wedding wish lists.
Whether trying new restaurants or exploring museums and galleries, newlyweds Annie and Pierre-Antoine love city living. "Space inside our tiny one bedroom is limited and it physically wasn't possible to fit new dishes, china, bed linens and towels into our little apartment," says Annie. Instead of registering for the usual wares, Guill and Bollet opted to deck their walls with personally inspiring, limited-edition art pieces from the registry ArtStar. "While cabinet space was hard to come by, the walls were free reign!" Annie says." Read the rest of the article HERE and see Annie & Pierre's picks by Irene Suchocki, Cheryl Maeder, Noel Kerns and Kim Holtermand.