Traditions schmaditions — between non-white wedding gowns to ditching flowers for greenery options, when it comes to weddings these days, anything goes! That’s even true for the registry, which isn’t just for home appliances and goods anymore.

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 20: Amex "Epic EveryDay Getaway" winners enjoy the ultimate makeover with Rent the Runway, Sephora and Drybar at Milk Studios as part of the Amex "Epic EveryDay Getaway"on June 20, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for American Express)

Now you can sign up for a good hair day for the wedding on your WEDDING REGISTRY. Yep, you heard us right. Drybar and Zola are teaming up for a blowout registry. After all, weddings are expensive, and now you can have your guests help out with beauty costs.

The registry applies to blowouts for events leading up to and including the big day, and since wedding season is still in full swing, there’s a pre-labor day deal to get a jump on your last-minute hair needs. Now through Labor Day, the bride and any wedding guests can get $10 off a blowout. Plus you get to watch a wedding-related movie while you get your ‘do. You can get a blowout, pairs or group blowout, and even an updo; just enter “Zola10” at checkout online.

All good things come with a catch, though, including this deal. The discount only applies to certain locations. If the wedding is near Austin, Boston (at the Downtown Crossing and Harvard Square locations), Las Vegas, Los Angeles (at the Culver City and Pacific City locations), Miami (at the Brickell City Center location), New York City (at the Boerum Hill, Lower East Side, and Williamsburg locations), and Washington DC (at the Tysons Corner location), you’re in luck.

After all, juicers break but wedding photos are forever.

How do you feel about this nontraditional wedding registry item? Tell us if you’d register for a blowout @BritandCo!

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