Planning a registry is a balancing act. On the one hand, you're building a list of what you need. On the other, you're trying to find some sort of cohesion. Mixing and matching a wide range of products makes color-scheming difficult. Soothe your stress with a tranquil range of hues—most home goods look good in blue. Crisp in saturated jewel tones, nautical in navy (and paired with white or stripes), dreamy in the shades of the changing sky, refreshing in pops of light and bright—blue's versatility has made it a staple, and especially for wedding registries. The classic color can be cozy or cool, sensible or splashy, or a mix of the four. So fill a bedroom and create a haven, or add to your kitchen for plenty of pop.
Click through for our favorite blue registry items—we swear, just the photographs will calm your planning nerves. Go ahead and make gifting a breeze with these stylish and practical ideas.
Wouldn't you love to set your table with the soft-hued napkin seen above?
Juliska Heirloom Napkin, $15, bloomingdales.com.
If the shape of this plate doesn't have you sold, the moody color will.
R. Wood Studio "Floralform" Dinner Plate, 11", in Blueberry, $52, rwoodstudio.com.
There's something so soothing about this dark-blue candlestick.
Terrain Enameled Candlestick, Small, in Indigo, $24, shopterrain.com.
This stylish accessory will spruce up your outdoor seating.
Restoration Hardware Bella Dura "Lido" Pillow Cover, in Azure, $89, rh.com.
Ironing may get boring, but this iron never will.
Rowenta "Everlast Anticalc DW7180" Iron, $119, bedbathandbeyond.com.
The one-of-a-kind craftsmanship on these aprons is top-notch.
H-Filaments Custom Apron, from $100, h-filaments.com.
Use this posh radio to listen to—oh, we don't know—how about blues?
Tivoli Audio "PAL" Portable Radio with Bluetooth, in Blue/White, $200, zola.com.
The stripes on this dishware make a splash.
Vietri "Net & Stripe" Pasta Bowl, $40, and Small Oval Platter, $84, bloomingdales.com.
There's a little bit of pep to this saucepan's step.
Dansk "Kobenstyle" Saucepan, 2 qt., in Midnight Blue, $80, anthropologie.com.
This story originally appeared on Martha Stewart Weddings.