Weber deluxe sharcoal grill for a wedding registry idea
Photo: Crate & Barrel

If you or your spouse-to-be are avid grillers, you likely have your eye on a few barbecue necessities. Maybe it’s that top-of-the-line grill that’s guaranteed to take you baby-back ribs to the next level—perhaps it’s that set of tools that’ll make serving up any and every type of grilled cuisine a breeze. There’s no better time to stock up on all your summer party needs than now, when you’re curating a registry. Here are five items you absolutely need to add to your gift list—especially if you’re planning on hosting your family’s annual cook-out.

GRILLERS, CREATE YOUR PERFECT SUMMER REGISTRY TODAY

Houzz Grill
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Grill

Your registry needs a few higher-priced items, which makes a grill a perfect add. Plus, you know his college friends will be happy to go in on this together, group-gift style. They'll only benefit!

Blaze 25" 3-Burner Grill, $1,515, houzz.com.

iGrill
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iGrill

This handy thermometer syncs up with your iPhone and keeps track of your temperatures within a two-hundred-foot radius, so you can mingle without worrying if you’re burning the brisket.

Weber iGrill Thermometer, $50, crateandbarrel.com.

Grill Tools
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Tools

A set of stainless steel grilling tools, including a two-pronged fork, boar bristle brush, locking tongs, and slotted turner, will last you summer after summer.

All-Clad Barbecue Tool Set, $120, all-clad.com.

Grill Brand
Photo: Courtesy of Williams-Sonoma

Meat Brand

Sear your brand new monogram into steaks and chops for a fun, personal touch.

Williams-Sonoma Monogrammed Steak Brand, $50, williams-sonoma.com.

Meat Cutting Board
Photo: Courtesy of Personalization Mall

Personalized Meat Cutting Board

Slice your Michelin star-worthy cuts on a board that sports you and your soon-to-be-spouse's last name.

Personalization Mall Personalized Maple Cutting Board, $44, personalizationmall.com.