Pink Chicken Founder and CEO Stacey Fraser’s Dream Registry

By Shayna Seid
Stacey Fraser

What makes the perfect registry? Our Dream Registry series answers just that, providing an endless source of inspiration for those putting together their own Over The Moon registries. We enlisted the help of some of our most stylish and in-the-know friends—whether they’re single, engaged, or already married. (Because we’re taking a page from Carrie Bradshaw’s playbook and saying one should be able to register for Manolos no matter what their relationship status!) Peek inside the registries of tastemakers, from editors and stylists to wedding planners and beyond. Your dream registry is just a click away.

Stacey and John Fraser on their wedding day.

Pink Chicken Founder and CEO Stacey Fraser and John Fraser are celebrating their 25-year anniversary this year, and to celebrate the milestone–and our brand new exclusive Pink Chicken + Over The Moon capsule collection launch—Stacey is sharing her Over The Moon Dream Registry. The pair said, “I do,” on November 12, 1999, outside of Washington D.C.; the bride looked beautiful in a custom strapless silk dress with heavy pleats and a veil with vintage lace trim. And now, a quarter of a century later, Pink Chicken’s four-piece collection with Over The Moon is the childrenswear brand’s first foray into the world of weddings.

“Essentially my personal style is expressed through Pink Chicken—beachy boho through and through!” the New York City-based founder shares. “It’s a reflection of my love for long summer days, the beach, and vintage fabrics—all brought together in a laid-back and effortlessly stylish manner.” And when it comes to decorating her own spaces, her approach is quite similar to her brand’s philosophy. “It all begins with an explosion of color and pattern. Creating a space that feels inviting is important to me. I adore mixing textures and patterns, bringing life and depth to every corner.”

Embracing the Pink Chicken aesthetic, Stacey’s Dream Registry is curated with items that blend whimsical charm with practical elegance. “Much like Sabre’s Panda Bamboo place-setting, a timeless choice for both summer dinner parties and afternoon picnics,” Stacey shares. Other essential pieces include patterned table linens, ceramic dishware, artisanal glasses, and versatile serving platters. “Choosing items like Cabana’s Speckled Fruit Stand in Green, Royal Copenhagen’s Blue Fluted Plain Dinner Plate, and Paul Arnold’s Royal Blue Transparent Spotted Carafe for my Dream Registry was a reflection of my desire to blend functionality with beauty and to infuse items that have a story and character.”

Three looks from the Pink Chicken + Over The Moon capsule collection. Photo: Anne Rhett

The Pink Chicken founder leaves us with key advice for couple’s making their Over The Moon Registries now: “My most important tip would be to infuse your registry with items that not only serve a practical purpose but also spark joy and reflect your shared tastes and dreams for your future together. Think beyond the immediate needs and envision how each piece will fit into the life you’re building. Choose items that tell a story, the ones that will be part of your family’s celebrations, big and small, and resonate with the aesthetic and values you share. Remember, your registry is a canvas for expressing your unique journey as a couple—select pieces that will grow with you, inspire creativity, and make every day feel a bit more special.”

Shop Stacey Fraser’s Dream Registry below and start your Over The Moon Registry today!