When planning a wedding, couples often shy away from adding expensive electronics to their bridal registry because they are often perceived as luxury items rather than necessities. When friends and family are willing to spend exorbitant amounts of money on formal china sets (which will rarely get used), why is it so hard to ask for cameras, televisions or camcorders on your wedding registry?
Nonetheless, when creating an online registry, make sure you and your fiancé pick a variety of gifts that fit your lifestyle and your needs- since you'll both be living with the results. Even if this includes a portable DVD player, a flat screen television or a matching speaker set, be open to adding them to your list. To see a list of my tech product suggestions for wedding gifts, click big ticket registry items.
Also, don't be afraid to add other new and improved tech accessories to your list that you can both use as a couple. Whether it be an iHome iH5 Dual-Alarm Clock Radio for your iPod, or a fun digital picture frame, the freedom is all yours. For instance, this soon to be released Samsung SPH-72x is a great and easy way to display your wedding and honeymoon images.
The frames produce crystal clear images and are wi-fi enabled, so it will automatically scan your laptop for new pics and media files.
If you want to quickly throw some pics on the 4-in-1 memory card, just plug your cam into the USB port. Prices start at $305.