Whether you're a world-wise journeyer with 50 countries under your belt or a traveling newbie who's itching to hit the road, it's entirely possible to create a wedding registry that will directly appeal to your sense of wanderlust.
Ten Thousand Villages possesses a huge stash of well-curated objects that combine pragmatism with good looks, from artisans all over the world. There are raffia baskets crafted in Uganda, alpaca blankets made in Bolivia, and lacquer vases from Vietnam. I'm digging this Indonesian teapot:
REI has scads of on-the-ground gear for adventure buffs. They've got your tents, outdoor cookery, camera bags, and even water-purification tablets for the truly far-venturing. How about a pair of canoes?
Traveler's Joy is the honeymoon-registry spot. Friends and family can easily pitch in toward airfare, accommodations, or even specific activities, so you'll be standing in front of South America's awe-inspiring Igauzu Falls in no time.