The Knot ties deal with celebrity couple

Dan Berthiaume
Senior Editor, Technology
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Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland
Tyler Stanaland and Brittany Snow

An actress and her former pro surfer fiancé are publicizing their registry on a digital wedding platform.

Actress, producer, director and singer Brittany Snow and her fiancé Tyler Stanaland (a luxury real estate agent and former professional surfer) have revealed their wedding gift registry picks on The Knot, an online wedding planning and registry service. The Knot’s registry offering enables couples to create an all-in-one, personalized registry which is searchable by their names.

“We absolutely love that The Knot Registry offers couples like us the ability to completely build a wedding gift registry that is a direct extension of their unique love and relationship,” said Snow. “Our first date (and many, many dates to follow) included so many tacos and even more margaritas. Instead of just your standard towels and dishes, we love the idea of including home staples, like a taco bar set and frozen drink maker—things that truly mean something to us as a couple. There really were no limits to what we could include on our list of registry must-haves, which is a huge perk for couples looking for that all-in-one wedding gift registry experience.”

Along with products from registry retailers, Snow and Stanaland included options from The Knot Cash Funds feature, which helps users contribute to a couple’s planned expenses such as honeymoon, first home, date nights; and a charity component, where users can directly contribute to an organization selected by the couple. Snow and Stanaland selected the Surfrider Foundation. 

“The Knot Registry’s all-in-one capabilities allow couples like Brittany and Tyler to really personalize their wedding registry on their own terms, and showcase the parts of their relationship that make their love unique,” said Kristen Maxwell Cooper, editor in chief of The Knot. “Whether couples want to fully deck out their home with new housewares and gadgets, or create cash funds to help them fund experiences—like a cultural, European honeymoon or a lifetime supply of a favorite food—couples are truly able to create a custom registry unique to them on The Knot. We’re thrilled to see Brittany and Tyler have included a mix of kitchen products to create the ultimate Taco Tuesday, along with cash funds to help guests contribute to various elements of their life together, and a charitable component because they’re a couple that wants to give back to a cause close to their hearts.”

The Knot operates across a website, mobile app, social media, national and local wedding magazines, and The Knot book series.