With help from mom, the reality star's gift items include an apron and ice bucket

By Pernilla Cedenheim and Jennifer Garcia
September 23, 2009 06:55 AM
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With little time to spare before her Sunday nuptials, Khloe Kardashian and her mother Kris Jenner headed to Williams-Sonoma in Beverly Hills on Monday afternoon to pick out her wedding registry.

At the store, Kardashian and her mother quickly put together a list of nearly 100 gift items. The registry includes cookware (a stainless steel saucepan), kitchen necessities (a black Williams-Sonoma apron) and a Simplehuman fingerprint-proof butterfly trash can. Also included are more sophisticated items for entertaining, such as colorful bowls and a Mauviel copper ice bucket.

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“Khloe seemed to know exactly what she wanted,” says an onlooker. “She looked very happy and confident as she walked around the store.”

While Kardashian shopped for only a short time, her mother finished up the wedding registry for her. “Khloe seemed a bit stressed out, but her mom looked really calm,” the onlooker notes. Kardashian’s fiancé, NBA player Lamar Odom, did not accompany them on the shopping trip.

“Most brides-to-be have a list of items they want to register for,” says a store source. “Khloe instead just walked around the store and pointed at things that caught her eye. Even though the registry seemed a bit last-minute, Khloe was still being smart about it and registered for simple necessary household items like kitchen shears.”