RGIII Wedding Registry: Rebecca Liddicoat And Robert Griffin Want Flatware, Extra Firm Pillows From Bed Bath & Beyond

05/11/2013 11:20 am ET | Updated May 12, 2013
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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and his fiancee Rebecca Liddicoat are reportedly set to marry this summer.

Evidence? A Bed Bath & Beyond gift registry dug up by the Washington Post's Sports Bog that seems to belong to the lucky couple:

On their wish list: Some Calphalon cookware (nice but not budget-busting), some $10 bath towels (but so many of them that they won’t have to do laundry all the time), some $40 pictures frames, some fragrant candles. Also, that same Kitchen Aid mixer (in cherry red) that all your friends get for their weddings and then never seem to use. Plus, a lot of little $10 gadgets like a melon baller and a corn peeler. The most exotic thing on their registry: A food dehydrator/jerky maker, for $64.99.

It’s a lot of modestly-priced stuff, which suggests their wedding will be (1) big and (2) dominated by guests who are regular people, not NFL millionaires. They want 24 of those $39.99 place settings, which may mean they’ll be doing a lot of casual entertaining — or just have notions that they will, like most of your friends do when they draw up their registries.

USA Today notes that since the registry -- which no one has yet confirmed actually belongs to RGIII and Liddicoat -- came to light on Friday, it would appear that fans are making offerings.

But as of Saturday, there's still plenty left to buy!

For example: NewWave Premium Platinum 5-Piece Place Settings, $154.99 each (quantity requested: 8, quantity received: 0); a B. Smith 7-Piece Lazy Susan Swirl Server, $39.99 (quantity requested: 1, quantity received: 0); the Calphalon Contemporary Non-Stick 12-Piece Cookware Set, $499.99 (quantity requested: 1, quantity received: 0); and 4 Real Simple® White Down/Feather Extra Firm Density Standard/Queen Pillows, $49.99 apiece, of which none has yet been purchased.

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Are you impressed with the couple's choices? (Assuming that this is, in fact, their registry?) Tell us in the comments!

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