Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler registered for four cake platters and 48 dessert plates for their 2013 wedding.
When Kate Moss and rocker Jamie Hince wed in 2011, they had a long list of lavish requests—including 14 crystal ashtrays priced at $400 apiece.
A shotgun, a rifle and ammunition, boxes of cereal, gift cards to Taco Bell and neon duct tape were among the odd items Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard asked for ahead of their June nuptials.
Are these strange requests OK! or not OK!? Kathie Lee Gifford says, "I'm always uncomfortable with extravagant requests from people who can afford it the most. Give gifts to those who are most in need, and you will be blessed indeed." Hoda Kotb says, "No, it's not OK unless your guest list includes Donald Trump, Donald Trump, and Donald Trump."