What Gift Should You Buy From Jay Cutler And Kristin Cavallari's Wedding Registry?

American royalty Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari have finally announced a date for their upcoming wedding (It's July 13. Get excited!), and like any good soon-to-be-married couple, they've registered for gifts at Williams-Sonoma and Crate & Barrel. Thanks to some sleuthing from DNAinfo.com, we are free to peruse the happy couple's wish list. So let's get to perusing!

Hey look at this, it's an authentic Molcajete carved from a single piece of basalt rock. Somebody likes guacamole! Or maybe Kristin and Jay have really gotten into holistic medicine lately, and they plan on using this to crush up their homemade herbal remedies.

Well, this is kind of strange. Jay and Kristin are asking for not one, but two cake stands. One of them is big and one of them is small. Now, I'm no cake expert, but I'm pretty sure that even a couple as wealthy as this one is going to have a hard time finding a use for two cake stands. Unless they just really like cakes, I guess.

Oh man, here's another cake stand! This one has a cover, though, which totally eliminates the hassle of traveling with a cake. At Jay Cutler's first press conference next season, some enterprising reporter needs to ask him what the deal is with all these cake stands.

OK, what else do we have? Mostly boring stuff: tea kettle, slow cooker, KitchenAid. All pretty standard.

So, what should you buy from the registry? If you want to play it safe, I suggest you go with one of the cake stands, or something else cake related. But if you want to be classy and original, then I'd point you towards the wedge boat. It's "crafted from wood culled from sustainable forests and finished with a light coating of natural oil to enhance its unique graining and coloring," and you can put rolls on it and stuff! And if you're a cheap bastard, you are out of luck. Someone already beat you to the cupcake corer.

Now, buying wedding gifts for these two has proven to be a dicey proposition in the past, so purchase at your own risk. If you do buy them anything, though, be sure to let us know.