The Container Store Is Opening in King of Prussia!

Closet heaven via the Container Store!

Closet heaven via the Container Store!

Few things excite us more than a good selection of organizational products, and nothing screams organization heaven quite like The Container Store. And of course, when PW thinks Container Store, our minds instantly go to their awesome registry services for brides. So when we got word that there was a new location opening in King of Prussia (it’s their first one in PA!), we couldn’t, ahem, contain our excitement.


Next Saturday marks the start of their official grand opening at the King of Prussia Mall, and with the registry incentives they offer (10 percent off any items you didn't receive; 24-hour access to your registry; free gift wrapping and shipping for your guests when they order off your list; and a free portable file tote for you to to keep all those wedding papers in one place) we're betting we know exactly where you and your to-be will be heading that weekend.

So while you're over there zapping together your registry, be sure to look out for some bridal favorites like this and this and these, and to take advantage of the expert tips they offer for everything from how to manage your thank-you cards to how to consolidate two households. You can also pick up a few things needed right now to keep your space organized throughout the wedding-planning process (we'll be there buying this), because, well, you can never have too much organization, right?

Their grand-opening celebration is Saturday, March 8th, and Sunday March 9th, and will include prize drawings every hour throughout the weekend, including a chance to win a $1,000 Elfa space makeover, which, if you lust after the closet pictured here, will sound just about dreamy to you. In addition to the prizes, The Container Store will be donating 10 percent of all grand-opening sales to the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House.

See you there.

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