Jill Duggar wedding date nears: A look into the gift registry for '19 Kids and Counting' star and Derick Duggar
Jill will be the first Duggar daughter to walk down the aisle.
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard will be married on June 21, but it is not too late to buy a gift off their Bed Bath & Beyond, Walmart, or Amazon registries.
Most of the dozens of requested gifts have been purchased, but many items remain that are in line with their apparent "quaint country" theme.
Duggar and Dillard selected a set of Debbie Meyer Ultra Lite Green Boxes from Bed Bath & Beyond – perfect for extending the life of fruits and vegetables. Jill's parents and siblings plant vegetable gardens at their home in Arkansas, and even the smaller children pitch in.
The couple also requested dozens of washcloths, hand towels, and bath towels from Wamsutta's Duet lilne, which average between $5.99 and $9.99 each.
Lots of bedding from Walmart was selected by the young couple. From Mainstays and Sertapedic pillows to Better Homes and Gardens and Select Edition sheets, Duggar, 23, and Dillard, 25, chose items that ensure a comfortable space to return to from their international missions. Practical items such as laundry hampers, shelf liners, and rugs are also on their Walmart registry.
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The Amazon.com registry is largely fulfilled, but mulitple items are still available for purchase. A Yamaha keyboard and bench, and an On Stage keyboard stand were requested by the pair, and would make a great gift set. The items are currently marked down 10-15 percent off on the online site.
The musical couple also likes to eat out and order delivery, and gift cards to Buffalo Wild Wings, Papa Johns, Domino's Pizza, P.F. Chang's, and Qdoba were requested by the handful. Items purchased on Amazon include a Wenzel Klondike eight-person dome tent, Indomie Goreng noodles, and Applebee's and Panera Bread gift cards.
It won't all be take-out and quick meals for the couple, though. There are plenty of cookware and small appliance gifts on the Bed Bath & Beyond and Walmart registries.