What Your Zodiac Sign Says About Your Wedding Registry Style, According To Susan Miller
While the obvious symbols are there — a lion-emblazoned plate for Leo, a stingray-shaped salt and pepper shaker for Pisces — Miller and also included subtler markers of each sign. For example,
rule-breaker Aquarius’s collection features plates covered in stylized faces. “Look, Aquarius is not going to follow anybody,” Miller says. “If you say, ‘I don’t like what you’re wearing,’ they’ll say, ‘I don’t care, I didn’t dress for you anyway.’”
Showy Leo’s selection features plenty of gold, while
modest Virgo’s is full of sleek silver and glass. “Every sign makes up for what the sign before it lacks,” Miller explains.

 

It might sound unusual for Miller to team up with a wedding registry company: “Life is like a river, it just takes you to different places,” she says. But the collaboration speaks to her work as an astrologer: she values tradition. When I ask Miller what she thinks about
how popular astrology has become in the past few years, with the rise of astrologer influencers on Instagram, her answer is short but brutal: “It’s a nightmare.” She says that although there are exceptions, many of these new astrologers aren’t properly trained. “I’m accredited [by the International Society for Astrological Research],” she says. “You have to be careful.”