Chelsea Houska’s gift registry reveals probable wedding date


It looks like we might finally have an official wedding date for Teen Mom 2 stars Chelsea Houska and Cole DeBoer!

The pair appears to have registered at Bed Bath and Beyond with their listed date for the big day as October 1, 2016.

There’s only 4 items remaining on the registry, including a 20-piece gold flatware set for $89.99 and a KitchenAid antique copper design series mixer listed at $399.99.

By all indications, the first couple of weeks of October will be a crazy busy time for Teen Mom weddings. Maci Bookout and Taylor McKinney are set for October 8 in Florida, while Amber Portwood and Matt Baier are set to say “I do” October 10.

While we’ve already had a look at Cole’s inventive wedding ring (and big D), Chelsea has indicated that the ceremony, which she intends to be a small gathering, will not be filmed by MTV.


  • Kmarie

    Wow. Well she’s not being very modest about the gifts she is asking for. I am glad she isn’t letting MTV film it !! ????

    • Lacy

      I’ve known several people that work low end paying jobs and registered like she did. I also know a lot of couples returned a lot of the stuff. I feel like some people make a registry because they think people will either spend more (which they can return for cash) or feel obliged to give something, versus if they didn’t register at all. I’ve seen an outrageously priced plunger on a friend’s registry, ridiculous.

      • EK620

        Yes! I was invited to a wedding where both people worked jobs that are not very high paying… but they registered for Kate Spade dinnerware (a single salad plate cost $80). I personally think it’s tacky to register for things you couldn’t afford on your own.

      • FarrahsCryFace

        Normally you can only return for store credit without a receipt.

  • Guest

    What will her storyline be if she’s not going to let MTV film the wedding? Her segments are so boring.

    • Je_suis_moi

      I actually LOVE her segments… I find them to be a breath of fresh air compared to the dysfunction that Jenelle and Leah bring to the show.

      • Wtf

        I fast forward through Leah’s segments now. I cannot stand her.

      • Guest

        There wouldn’t be a show without those two trainwrecks.

      • Regina

        Me too! I love watching Chelsea and co. The others give me a headache.

  • ren24

    I don’t think that date matters; They’re probably trying to fake people out knowing that just about anyone can look up her registry. Who gets married on a Thursday?

    Cue replies from all of you who got married on a week day. :p

    • Uh

      October 1, 2016 is a Saturday.

      • ren24

        Oh! Right you are!
        Well then why on earth would she want this to be public knowledge? I certainly wouldn’t! … Then again, I guess most of the Teen Moms aren’t exactly privacy shy.

        P.S. Sept. 1st is a Thursday in case anyone wants to know!

    • Jennifer

      haha actually we did. We got married April 25, 2013 which landed on a Thursday. lol

      • Jackie

        Same here, we wanted a certain date that was special to us, and it landed on a weekday. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Bruja

      I got married on a Tuesday! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • EK620

      I got married on a Thursday ๐Ÿ™‚ we live 4,000 miles away from most family and knew everyone would be traveling anyway so the day of the week didn’t matter. We got to pick the exact date we wanted, June 20th.

  • RCL

    Do people who already have a house and appliances and all that normally do a wedding registry? They already live together in a furnished home. It’s not like they’re moving in to an empty house and don’t have anything to put in it. I’m not trying to be a smart @$$. I’m genuinely curious.

    • ren24

      That’s what I thought too. I didn’t register for my wedding for that same reason!

      • saseblon

        It is customary to register, regardless the living situation, for the 1st marriage. I asked this years ago and was told that, plus that people can register for anything now a days.

        • Jennifer

          Not always. We never did and being in my 30’s I’ve been through a ton of weddings that did not have a registry. Either way, you as the guest have a choice to buy or not to.

          • ren24

            I never look up registries. I always give cash; Enough to cover what we think our meals and bar tab would cost. If it’s open bar, we give extra because that’s just an awesome thing to do for guests!

            • Pattipandi

              I think the registry is for the bridal shower, but I don’t know how they do things in the Midwest.

              • ren24

                Well I’m from Canada and in our circle, you use the registry for both the shower and wedding. But a lot of people also like to just give cash at the wedding instead of buying from the registry. Myself, if I’m invited to the shower I buy from the registry. Then I give money at the wedding.
                I’m sure other people have their own ways of doing it in other parts of the country and the U.S. : )

    • Lacy

      Lol, I asked why we had to give a gift for a family member on their 2nd marriage. The first ceremony and 2nd ceremony were in less then 3 years too. It was the first time getting married for the spouse, but still it’s annoying. If this time doesn’t work out I’m not going for a 3rd ceremony. ๐Ÿ˜›

    • Jennifer

      Yeah I always thought it was incredibly tacky. I’ve gone to 2 wedding this spring so far and have 3 more to go to by the end of the summer and I usually just give them a nice card. There’s one girl who is getting married in August who I will buy for because she is currently living in a studio apartment and they are building a home together so I will definitely go out of my way for but the other woman are fully capable of buying things for themselves. I’ve always thought registries were part of the “entitlement” way of thinking.

    • Regina

      I’m using mine in case people want gift ideas – we already have most of the housey type things in the apartment and would love money towards a house but I don’t really want to ask for that.
      We’ve put stuff like upgrading knives and pots and pans, and I’m excited for a bunch of camping gear. And cat furniture. Yes I’m serious. ๐Ÿ˜›

    • Ace

      I think it’s tacky, even if you don’t have all that stuff. I know I’m probably in the minority, but I would never ask for gifts or a donation to a “wishing well”. It’s me choosing to get married, so I don’t expect other people to give me stuff.

  • sysmjp

    Amber is so stupid.

  • FarrahsCryFace

    I understand registries for young people starting out but these people make a ton of money. They don’t need stuff. You want a $400 kitchenaid go buy it. My now ex mother in law made me register and have showers for my wedding and first baby shower. I refused to register for my second shower she insisted on having. I feel like Jennifer below, it’s like entitle entitlement.

  • K

    Registries also give a discount after the event date to purchase items that have not been gifted. As a person who did not have a house before we got married it was helpful. bed bath and beyond gave 20% for items not gifted after the wedding. I did it for the pistol wedding discount online needed materials. People now register for honeymoon things like towards the trip or things to do while away. I find that tackler. Here is where we are going. Pay it for us….