Now, add pizza to your list of desired wedding gifts. Dominos pizza wedding registry. The Ann Arbor-based chain is offering e-gift cards of various denominations, so friends and family can treat the couple to everything from food for a bachelorette party to a post-nuptials date night. Examples of packages include “Thank You Card-a-thon,” “Bust Out the Fine China” and “The Wedding Night.”
Pizza may not be an upper “crust” gift, but traditional registry stalwarts like Williams Sonoma, Macy’s or Bed Bath and Beyond have been joined by the more downmarket Target and Sears.
If you’re so lucky to have found someone who looks at you the way you look at pizza and now you’re engaged, exciting news: Domino’s just launched a wedding registry website, because registering for pizza feels much more appropriate than registering for a blender you’ll use once.
The website gives your friends and family the option to send you and bae a Domino’s gift card for different occasions in your married life. There’s the Post-Honeymoon Adujustment to Real Life $25 gift card “because washing dishes is the worst.” And also the Low-key Date Night $30 gift card for “cheesy pizza to pair with their cheesy movies.”
Besides options for marriage, there are also gift cards for bachelorette parties, like the $60 2 a.m. Bachelor Party Feast gift card.
You can also crate your own custom Domino’s Wedding Registry. Mine would probably ask for Domino’s gift cards for when we can’t decide to eat, or, “Hangry and Starting to Get Sassy.” This will save my future marriage, probably.
Why is Domino’s getting into the wedding registry business? In a press release the company said, “We wanted to give recently engaged couples that are passionate about pizza the chance to register for something they both truly love as much as their partner.” Beautiful.