NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - November 17, 2016) - Keija Minor, editor in chief of BRIDES, has announced the winners of the first-annual Registry Awards. BRIDES, published by Condé Nast and the leading authority in bridal, developed the Registry Awards to help guide engaged couples through this important component of their wedding planning. BRIDES editors tested hundreds of items across categories covering home and beyond, including outdoor and tech gear, dining, entertaining, experiences, and more, before determining the top picks for 2016.
A full list of the winners is in the December/January issue, out now, or you can view it on Brides.com.
"We're thrilled to announce the best in registry for 2016," said Minor. "Today's couples are personalizing their registry, making sure it reflects their lifestyle and that the items they select are things they will truly use and enjoy. With the Registry Awards, we harness out-of-the box thinking and provide inspiration to help couples develop their own ideal registry."
In over 80 years of publication, BRIDES, published by Condé Nast, has remained the most widely read magazine in the category and the country's foremost authority on engagement, weddings, and marriage. BRIDES is a bimonthly publication that reaches over five million readers. Brides.com is a leading resource for engaged women, with original content, image galleries, and more. BRIDES is available digitally for the iPad and seven-inch tablets. BRIDES stationery lines with Michaels craft stores and Checkerboard Fine Papers are available online and in retail stores across the country. For more information on BRIDES, please visit Brides.com.
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