Jennifer Lawrence’s wedding registry is full of life’s essentials, from cheese slicers, weighted blankets, and wine glasses to a pizza stone and a GoPro camera. She and fiancé art dealer Cooke Maroney are revealing what they most want from their wedding guests ahead of their big day! Their Amazon registry is packed with home, kitchen and tech goods — it's a one stop shop for her wedding gift must-haves.
With the Hunger Games star’s busy schedule, she finds it ideal to use Amazon’s wedding registry to keep things organized. “Planning a wedding is so exciting, but it can be overwhelming,” Jennifer, 29, revealed. “For anyone else needing a little inspiration, I thought it would be fun to collaborate with Amazon to share a few of my favorite registry wish-list items. It’s so easy, and you can find everything you need all in one place,” she said.
Jennifer and Cooke chose an array of items for around their home, along with gifts that are more lifestyle focused for traveling and wellness. The Joy actress picked out a specific cosmetic case for while she’s on the go. “I travel a lot for work, and these are a few of the best items I’ve found over the years to help me arrive feeling refreshed and ready to explore,” the actress said. She also picked out a cashmere travel set, an adapter for international travel, and a paperweight Kindle, to make her on-the-go lifestyle a bit more comfortable.
J-Law picked out some cozy cashmere clothes and a weighted blanket for a quiet night at home. The actress also selected a teakettle, an aroma diffuser and a cork yoga mat for a moment of Zen. Her kitchen essentials include a cutting board, a chef’s knife, pasta maker and a gorgeous marble cheese slicer.
Outdoor entertainment essentials include a chic turquoise bistro set, a hip string of lights, a copper fire pit and a pizza stone for an impromptu pizza party.
These cool home and travel products, plus many more on her hip wedding registry can be found on Amazon, and fans can live like Jennifer and Cooke.
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