Alexandra's & Martin's Registry

Together along with Alexandra and Martin, we have created this truly unique custom designed set of dinnerware that we couldn't be more excited about! Listed below are the items they have chosen as part of their registry.

Once you have chosen your wedding gift, be sure to include your name, and a short message to the Bride and Groom to-be in the "Gift Note" box (Additional Information section during checkout). We will include it along with your gift so that Alexandra and Martin know who to thank.

  • Alexandra & Martin's Registry

    Rustic Porcelain Bread Plate

    6-inch porcelain bread plate in soft white glaze. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Shipping and handling included.

    If you’d like to leave a special note for the bride and groom, we’ll print it out and deliver it along with your gift! During checkout, leave your Gift Note in the “Additional Information” section.

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    Rustic Porcelain Dinner Plate

    10 inch porcelain dinner plate in soft white glaze. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Shipping and handling included.

    If you’d like to leave a special note for the bride and groom, we’ll print it out and deliver it along with your gift! During checkout, leave your Gift Note in the “Additional Information” section.

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    Rustic Porcelain Soup Bowl

    6 inch porcelain soup bowl, in soft white glaze. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Shipping and handling included.

    If you’d like to leave a special note for the bride and groom, we’ll print it out and deliver it along with your gift! During checkout, leave your Gift Note in the “Additional Information” section.

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    Serving Bowl

    Thin porcelain serving bowl in soft white glaze. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

    If you’d like to leave a special note for the bride and groom, we’ll print it out and deliver it along with your gift! During checkout, leave your Gift Note in the “Additional Information” section.

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