Trendy Wedding Registry Makes a Big Texas Move: Dallas’ New Shoppable Home Has Brides Buzzing
Zola's Dallas pop-up is open at Stanley Korshak.
As we begin prepping for wedding season, a top online wedding registry arrives in Dallas to help brides (and grooms) choose all the luxe essentials they’ll need for their home.
Zola, which has a New York brick-and-mortar space dubbed the NYC Townhouse and recently opened a pop-up in Los Angeles, unveils a pop-up today (Thursday, Feb. 23) in the bridal salon at Stanley Korshak.
A “shoppable home” specially curated for the Dallas market, the pop-up showcases wares from labels including KitchenAid, Juliska, Le Creuset, Sonos, and Wusthof. Simply download the Zola app, and when you fall in love with an item, scan it to your registry.
Carolyn Zale, Zola’s head of partnerships and a Dallas native, will marry her fiancé, Nat, this June at Stanley Korshak’s neighbor, The Crescent.
“We started our registry together over a bottle of wine at home, and we were able to add gifts we both wanted,” she says. “[He] works in the restaurant industry, so he chose all of our kitchen essentials, while I was more interested in registering for experiences we could share as husband and wife, like a couples massage and funds for our upcoming honeymoon in Thailand.”
Zola is open today, Thursday, February 23, through Saturday, February 25, at Stanley Korshak.
Stanley Korshak, 500 Crescent Court, 214.871.3600.