3 Things You Should Know about Social Media Wedding Etiquette
Social Media “follows” us around from the moment we wake up in the morning to the moment we go back to sleep at night. From Facebook to Instagram and from Snapchat to LinkedIn, our Social Media accounts speak about who we are, what we like and what our stories are.
Naturally, you will not be able to avoid Social Media when it comes to the Big Day – but making sure you stick to some basic etiquette rules can save you from a lot of trouble.
What are some of the most important things you should know about weddings on the Social Media? Read on and find out more.
- Call your mom, dad and friends first. Post your engagement ring after. The last thing you want is your childhood neighbor to find out about the engagement before your parents do!
- Keep yourself positive. None of your Facebook or Instagram friends want to know about that rude caterer or about the fact that you haven’t settled on a bouquet. They want to hear the good news and to be part of the beautiful side of your wedding planning story – so keep your Wall, your Twitter and your Instagram positive!
- Create a wedding hashtag. It is not only fun, but it will also help you collect all of your wedding photos into one place. Also, keep in mind that you should task a trustworthy person to be your “Social Media Manager” for the day too. This will help you avoid having any embarrassing pictures shared on the Internet.
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AUTHOR: Bridal Marketing Group