Jessa Duggar has her wedding date, dress, and venue squared away, so it only makes sense that she's set up her gift registry as well.
The 19 Kids and Counting daughter, who will be marrying Ben Seewald on Nov. 1, appears to have followed in the footsteps of her recently wed sister Jill by setting up a gift registry through The Knot. It lists products from retailers Bed, Bath, & Beyond and Amazon that range from pricey (Apple MacBook Air, $899) to bargain (hand soap, $1.99)— and several of the items have already been purchased, including a slow cooker ($44.99) and a Keurig coffeemaker in banana yellow ($99.99).
The most requested things are gift cards to chain restaurants, which makes sense because during their courtship, Jessa, 21, and 19-year-old college student Ben's dates involve going out to eat with their sibling chaperones. (Remember, the couple hadn't even held hands until they became engaged on Aug. 14.) Starbucks, Red Robin, P.F. Chang's, Subway, and Burger King are all on the list. So is the local food spot Bleu Monkey Grill in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
There are actually several Arkansas-themed gift items, including a University of Arkansas doormat ($59.99), a Razorbacks picture frame ($25), and a bamboo cutting board shaped like the state ($19.99). They will also be well groomed as they're asking for a pink hairdryer ($19.99), hair straightening iron ($139.99), and electric shaver ($129.99, plus $39.99 worth of replacement heads).
There are also lots of monogrammed items, including towels, that boast the letter "S." Other things we learned about them from their registry? They really like owls — requesting hand towels, a nightlight, and scarf organizer featuring the bird — and they plan to decorate their new home with a lot of fake flowers.
If Jessa invites a fraction of the number of guests her sister Jill had — more than 1,000! — she and Ben should get most of the things on the list... and then some.
"When you're planning a wedding, you can make it complicated or make it simple, and we are trying to make ours simple," Ben told People magazine. As far as preparations, "There are some things that have to be done right before the wedding, but for the most part, we're ready."
That includes Jessa's dress, which was the second one she tried on. The bridal party has also been established, which can be tricky considering she's one of 19 siblings and he's one of seven, and the bridesmaids dresses are already in the works.
Like Jill's wedding, expect to see Jessa and Ben's nuptials play out on the family's reality series, TLC's 19 Kids & Counting, which airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m.