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Bridal registry shop in downtown Franklin marks 15 years with open house

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The Registry in downtown Franklin is celebrating its 15th anniversary with an open house Thursday, Oct. 18, from 5-8 p.m. at the store’s location at 347 Main St.

All are invited to attend the event at what is considered the preeminent bridal registry and fine tableware purveyor.

Owners Kathy Berry and Jane Dungan founded The Registry in October 2003 after each had worked as full-time stay-at-home moms and quintessential volunteers for 25 years.

According to the store’s website, “The Registry was created with the discerning shopper in mind. Like most women, we love to shop, we love beauty, and we love to be pampered. 

“At The Registry you will find distinctive items carefully chosen to suit both the special occasion and the everyday. We are at your service and will assist you in any way, whether it be helping you to make selections, taking care of your bridal registry, or wrapping and shipping your gifts. 

‘At The Registry, enjoy shopping the way it used to be, the way it should be. Not only do we cater to the selective bride-to-be, but also the woman married for years, to the second time bride and to the choosy single ... to all who simply love entertaining.”

Call 615-595-2323 for more information.

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