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It’s Last Call for Macy’s “$10K for Your Big Day” Wedding Registry Sweepstakes!

by D*S Market Editors


We’re well into to the new year and that means people out there are planning for their weddings. We’ve seen many beautiful weddings here on Design*Sponge, chockfull of creative ideas to make the nuptials warm and personal. After the wedding, couples tend to settle into the “nesting period” and begin to create a home that suits both individuals. Having quality things to keep up that home is helpful. That’s where Macy’s comes in.

Macy’s Wedding Registry is offering $10K for Your Big Day. Enter for a chance to win $10,000 CASH to use toward planning your dream wedding. A valid Macy’s registry, with a $500 value, is all that is required in order to enter. What would you register for if you had $10,000 to spend? We put our wish list together below, but we want to know what you’d put on your list so let us know in the comments!

Image above by Simon Fieldhouse via Wikimedia Commons

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And don’t just think toasters — Macy’s is known for its one-stop-shop convenience for all things weddings. And yes, that includes clothing for wedding-related events like rehearsal dinners, luggage for your honeymoon and even wedding bands. Providing top-notch customer service has always been part of the Macy’s experience since it opened its first store on 14th Street in 1898. Rowland Hussey Macy foresaw the future of retail being “uptown,” so he smartly consolidated his 13th and 14th Street store and opened the new Macy’s in a richly-detailed Edwardian brick and limestone building at Herald Square in 1902. As fate would have it, the busy (and adjacent) Penn Station opened its doors in 1910 and the Macy’s experience was suddenly available and convenient to even more shoppers visiting New York City. It was here at the massive Herald Square store that the moniker “The World’s Largest Store” was born.


Image above: Macy’s Herald Square, NYC store in 1907; Irving Linderhill, Photographer from the Library of Congress via Wikimedia Commons

Macy’s offers exclusive brands created for them by Martha Stewart, Hotel Collection, Crux, The Cellar and more premium brands. And, of course, they carry the covetable brands that are helpful for setting up a new home. Think Dyson, KitchenAid and Le Creuset. Some of our picks are below.

Our wedding registry product picks above clockwise:

Cusinart Espresso Maker $260

Martha Stewart Vintage Wash Sheet Sheet $120

Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Skillet $429

KitchenAid Artisan Mini Stand Mixer $475

Antler Hardside Luggage $300

Kate Spade Goblets $40

Kate Spade Gardner Street Dinnerware $139 per place setting

Martha Stewart Faux Fur Pillow $100

Martha Stewart Colorblocked Pillow $120

Hop over to the Macy’s site and pick out your favorites to set up your registry, then enter for a chance to win that $10,000 prize. Their Starter Ideas section is super helpful if you need an easy place to start! Setting up your registry over at Macy’s simplifies everything. They have in-store registry advisors who help guide you through the process and keep you posted on local events where couples can learn more about the entire wedding process. And once you register, you’ll get access to special savings in preparation for your big day. Macy’s even offers a 20% completion discount on all of your remaining registry pieces for 6 months after your wedding after your wedding so you can save on the pieces you didn’t receive as gifts.

Enter “Macy’s Wedding Registry Sweepstakes $10K for Your Big Day” here.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States including District of Columbia, 18 years and older with a Qualified Registry. Ends 1/31/18. For Official Rules: macys.com/weddingsweeps. Void where prohibited.

This post is brought to you by Macy’s. All words and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting our sponsors that help us bring you original and free content every weekday.

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