Lifestyle Food Domino's Now Has a 'Rain Check Registry' for Couples Whose Weddings Were Postponed Due to Coronavirus You may have to wait to say "I do" but you don't have to wait for pizza By Mary Honkus Published on June 25, 2020 03:46 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Domino's/Instagram Wedding planning has always been stressful, even before the coronavirus pandemic came into the picture. Due to restrictions caused by the virus, thousands of couples have had to alter their plans—but at least there's still pizza. Domino's just announced their "rain check registry" for couples whose wedding plans were postponed due to the pandemic. The pizza chain hopes to send food bundles as a mini celebration for the couples. They can sign up for the registry online and will receive a special URL that can be sent to family and friends who choose the meal bundle for the lovebirds. "We created Domino's Wedding Registry because pizza-loving couples have shared over the years how Domino's pizza was a part of their big day," said Kate Trumbull, Domino's vice president of advertising in a press release. "With so many weddings being postponed or scaled back in 2020, we knew those couples might need some extra love from those around them, because everything is better with pizza." Domino's Unveils 18-Karat Pizza-Shaped Engagement Ring The registry features pre-selected bundles with cheesy names like "Small Wedding Now, Big Celebration Later," "Virtual Bachelor Party," and "Bridal Shower, but Make it Virtual." Each package comes with a selection of pizza (of course), sides, sandwiches, and desserts that can all be selected by the couple. The gifts are then delivered to the recipients via Domino's e-gift cards. Domino's Australia How Couples Pull Off Weddings amid Pandemic: 'You Can’t Let Perfect Be the Enemy of Good' Domino's and love have always gone hand in hand. In February, Domino’s Australia revealed an extravagant slice-shaped engagement ring that was gifted to one special pizza-obsessed couple for a Valentine’s Day proposal. The one-of-a-kind ring, valued at over $9,000, was handcrafted with an 18-karat yellow-and-white gold base and topped with ruby “pepperoni” and “diamond cheese.” And of course, the ring came nestled in its own mini pizza box.