Jessa Duggar, Ben Seewald, Instagram

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Step aside,Jill Duggar: It's time for sister Jessa Duggar to step into the wedding spotlight. 

The 19 Kids and Counting star, along with fiancé Ben Seewald, have released their wedding registry ahead of their Nov. 1 ceremony which will take place in Springdale, Ark., the couple announced on Monday

Shared online via Bed Bath and Beyond, the duo's registry is both simple and affordable, although it's not quite as unique as newlyweds Jill and Derick Dillard's, whose list happened to include cereal and neon duct tape as well as a shotgun, rifle and ammunition (no, seriously). 

Ranging from $3 ice cube trays to pricier items like a KitchenAid Mixer, here are our 12 favorite items on the lovebird's registry. Here's hoping for that hair straightener! 

Jessa Duggar, Ben Seewald, Instagram

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SmartTouch Razor Replacement Heads, Cost: $39.99

Keurig K-Cup Pack 18-Count, Pumpkin Spice Coffee (obviously, the Duggars are on trend), Cost: $10.99

36-Count Rubber-Tipped Wood Clothes Pins, Cost: $3.99

 •OxiClean Laundry Stain Remover, Cost: $6.99

Weight Watchers Glass Body Analysis Scale, Cost: $29.99

Hair Straightener, Cost: $139.99

Jessa Duggar Seewald, Instagram

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Bride & Groom 2-Piece Bag Tag Gift Set, Cost: $11.99

Arkansas State Shaped Cutting Board, Cost: $19.99

Hydro-Therapy Foot Massager, Cost: $37.49

Life's a Hoot Pot Holder and Oven Mitt, Cost: $5.99 and $6.99, respectively 

As for the pricier items? 

Home Collection 5-Level Shelf, Cost: $660.99

Contemporary Stainless Steel 13-Piece Cookware Set, Cost: $499.99

Jessa Duggar, Ben, 19 Kids and Counting

TLC

"We have most of our planning done," Seewald recently revealed to People. "When you're planning a wedding, you can make it complicated or make it simple, and we are trying to make ours simple. There are some things that have to be done right before the wedding, but for the most part, we're ready."

The 21-year-old TLC star has also decided on what she will wear for her special day, sharing, "I picked out my wedding dress a couple of days ago. I went with the second dress I tried on—I love it."

Seewald popped the question last month following a nearly year-long courtship. In accordance with their strong Christian faith, the couple mutually decided to save holding hands until their engagement. Like her elder sister Jill, Jessa has also decided to save her first kiss until her wedding day.

"We are so blessed to be engaged! God has written an amazing story through our courtship, and another chapter has just begun!" the engaged duo said in a statement following the news of their engagement. "We are thrilled to see what the future holds—especially the wedding bells!"

—Additional reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum

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