The not-so-common items you should definitely add to your list.

Everyone knows that you should add sheets, towels and place settings to your wedding registry. We asked Julie Easterling, wedding stylist at Macy's Easton, about other items from the store that you should definitely scan.

SMART LUGGAGE

Luggage itself isn't new to registry lists, but new models offer an external USB charging port (and internal pocket to hold a battery pack) for charging devices on the go.

Easterling suggests: Travelpro Crew 11 22-inch Expandable Rolling Carry-On, $440

STICK VACUUM

Full-size vacuums are standard, of course, but having a lightweight version for quick cleanups is convenient. Big-ticket items open up the possibility for guests to go in on a group gift.

Easterling suggests: Dyson V8 Absolute Cord-Free Vacuum, $859.99

DUTCH OVEN

The ultimate in versatile cookware transfers seamlessly from stovetop to oven to table; it's ideal for soups, casseroles, roasts and even desserts.

Easterling suggests: Le Creuset Signature Enameled Cast Iron 5.5-qt. Round French Oven, $471.99

CHAMPAGNE GLASSES

Ideal for toasts at your reception (and fancy occasions at home down the road), these make perfect bridal shower gifts.

Easterling suggests: Waterford Lismore Diamond Toasting Flutes, $150 for two

PICTURE FRAMES

Guests want to get you home décor items, so why not add some to your registry instead of letting them guess what you might like?

Easterling suggests: kate spade new york Darling Point Mr. & Mrs. frames, $50-$100

ELECTRIC MULTICOOKER

This appliance is a slow cooker, rice cooker and pressure cooker all in one; some models can even pasteurize milk and make yogurt.

Easterling suggests: Fagor LUX™ 8-qt. Electric Multicooker, $169.99