Amy Duggar is known as the rebellious one in her ever-expanding family.
The niece of former 19 Kids and Counting stars Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, she’s far less conservative than her relatives and even had her own TLC special, A Duggar Leaves Home, about her quest to become a country singer.
So it’s no surprise that her wedding registry is a bit more extravagant than those of her Duggar cousins.
Amy, who got engaged to Dillon King in July, registered at Dillard’s. The couple’s list includes plates, a serving tray, glasses, an oven mitt, napkins and a tablecloth by Kate Spade, along with a 500-thread-count comforter and decanter by Lauren Ralph Lauren.
In contrast, Jill Dillard – who just celebrated one month on her mission trip to Central America with her husband Derick and infant son Israel – registered at Bed Bath & Beyond and Walmart, asking for five kinds of cereal, Papa John’s gift cards and two firearms (yes, guns).
For her November 2014 nuptials, Jessa Seewald registered with Amazon and Bed Bath & Beyond, asking for Starbucks gift cards and a picture frame along with the traditional kitchenware. She also had one big-ticket item listed: an iPad mini.
See photos of Anna’s high-end requests below: