14 Registry Gifts for Couples Who Love Music Almost as Much as They Love Each Other
Does the duo prioritize concert tickets over fancy dinners? These presents are for them.
If you're the type of couple who prioritizes purchasing concert tickets over extravagant meals out or prides themselves on maintaining a vast record collection, music-related accessories and gadgets are likely at the very top of your wedding registry. Though some brides and grooms might think one Bluetooth speaker is enough for all of their audio needs, others would say that a full sound system (plus those portable speakers for traveling) is an absolute must. If you and your significant other (or the couple you're shopping for) agree, you'll want to consider the gift picks ahead. As it turns out, you can get top-of-the-line sound quality from even the smallest devices, and state of the art, pro-level music systems most certainly have a place on your wedding registry.
Do you and your significant other have hundreds of records alphabetized and organized by album but find yourself running out of room for more? Register for a new record cabinet so that you have plenty of space to store your ever-growing collection. Is that vintage record player you've had since college starting to slowly decrease in sound quality? Upgrade and get one that you can hook up to any speaker system for ease of use. If you and your partner are always on the go and want to make sure you always have a reliable way to listen to your music—whether you're in a hotel abroad or at your local park—then register for a new Bluetooth speaker.
Whatever your audiophile needs may be, there's definitely a device or gadget out there for you to request as a nuptial-related gift. So, put on your favorite album du jour and peruse some of our favorite audio-related presents. By the time you're finished, you'll be well on your way to a well-curated wedding registry.
Bluetooth Record Player
This retro-style record player can be hooked up to any Bluetooth device or your favorite speaker system. Plus, it's so pretty that you'll proudly make it the centerpiece of your living room.
Shop Now: Crosley UO Bluetooth Record Player, $99, urbanoutfitters.com.
Record Storage Cabinet
This handmade mid-century modern style cabinet will easily hold all (or most of) your records. And thanks to its classic style, it'll be a piece of furniture you'll love forever.
Shop Now: Large Record Storage Cabinet, $945, etsy.com.
For all those small-space dwellers, this speaker will save you precious floor (and surface) space since it serves as both a side table and a speaker. Just connect it to your phone to listen to your favorite tunes, and recharge the table (wirelessly!) as needed.
Shop Now: Sierra Modern Home Studio Smart, $199.95, amazon.com.
Why choose between getting ready and listening to your music? This bluetooth speaker and mirror combo makes it easy for you to do both at the same time without having to drag an extra speaker into your bathroom.
Shop Now: iHome "Reflect 2" Vanity Mirror Bluetooth Speaker, $80, urbanoutfitters.com.
For high quality, clear audio in a small package, opt for these beautifully designed bookshelf speakers. With 4.5 stars and over 750 reviews on Amazon, you won't be disappointed.
Shop Now: Audioengine A5 Plus Classic Bookshelf Speakers, $469, amazon.com.
Need an easier way to alphabetize your records? These handy wooden labels both separate and organize your albums so you can find what you're looking for without a lot of squinting at those tiny printed spines.
Shop Now: Romany House Record Dividers, $45, etsy.com.
Speaker System with Subwoofer
This super modern, architecturally-designed system is just as pleasing aesthetically as it is euphoniously. It delivers high quality sound and bass performance thanks to its subwoofer.
Shop Now: Harman Kardon "Soundsticks III", $169.95, amazon.com.
For the couple that wants headphones that are a step above your average in-ear model, these not only deliver super high-quality sound, but they're also Alexa enabled and noise cancelling. You may need to register for two pairs just so one of you doesn't get too jealous.
Shop Now: Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones, $298, amazon.com.
We consider this to be everyone's favorite waterproof Bluetooth speaker—it's constantly rated highly by consumers. Perfect for the beach or park, this lightweight speaker delivers great sound with a super long battery life (10 hours in a single charge!).
Shop Now: Logitech UE "WONDERBOOM" Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker, $54.99, amazon.com.
Sure, so this gift won't deliver any sort of hi-fi sound, but we think it's pretty cute. Personalize it with your names or a favorite album for a little added kitsch at your front door.
Shop Now: Uncommon Goods Personalized Mixtape Doormat, $38, uncommongoods.com.
For those who are just as interested in playing music as they are about listening to it, this guitar and pick holder is a must for your registry. It's an easy way to free up floor space, plus it's customizable and handmade from beautiful oak wood.
Shop Now: Mij Moj Design Personalized Double Guitar Stand, starting at $119.62, etsy.com.
Record Wall Display
The audiophile's version of a gallery wall, this wall mounted wooden display shows off some of your favorite album covers.
Shop Now: Northern Pine Goods Vinyl Record Storage Shelf, from $182, etsy.com.
Sick of subpar sound quality when you play music your TV? This sound bar will fix that problem, offering much better quality. Bonus: It makes movie night even better, too.
Shop Now: Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Soundsystem, $199, amazon.com.
Easy to hook up to and with an endless number of useful features, the Amazon Echo combines ease of use with good sound quality. It works as the perfect bedroom or kitchen speaker if you already have a sound system in your living room.
Sop Now: Amazon Echo, $99.99, amazon.com.
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