It’s normal to want to share your engagement with all of your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram friends. But before you hit “post,” make sure you consider how your followers will react to your announcement. It’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of your engagement, but it’s important to remember that not everyone is as excited as you are… Here are six tips for tastefully announcing your engagement on social media without getting unfriended. 1. Don’t flood the feed…. Read more »

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As social media grows in popularity as a way to document weddings, we’re seeing more and more couples opt for wedding hashtags. But, while guests are snapping and posting away, what does that mean for those who are actually getting married? If you’re a nearlywed, how can you handle social media on your big day?     Brides, since you probably have more to worry about than which filter you’ll use on Instagram, here are five tips for tackling social media on the… Read more »

Instagram provides us with inspiration on the daily (and it’s clearly the perfect platform for selfie sharing…), but did you know that it’s actually one of the best tools for planning your wedding, too? Here are seven hacks for using Instagram to find and save big day inspiration. 1. Follow the pros. Fill your feed with gorgeous images by following your favorite wedding blogs, dress designers, and vendors. Once you follow one account, Instagram will automatically suggest similar pages. Follow… Read more »

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In the age of the internet, social media pretty much creeps into every aspect of your life – including your wedding. If you’re hoping to avoid becoming an over-excited, over-sharer, it’s important to consider internet etiquette – or “netiquette,” if you will – when posting about your big day. So, here are nine little tips and tricks for managing your newsfeed (and in turn, everyone else’s). DO inform your VIPs of your engagement before posting on social. Before you officially change… Read more »

Consider yourself officially enrolled in wedding hashtags 101. Now that 55% of all weddings have a hashtag according to #socialweddingsurvey, (we promise this is the only statistic you’ll need to know for this course) there’s more to it than just typing out the pound sign. Read on for the top tips on how to create a successful hashtag. Step 1.  Start with your names. Maybe a bit obvious but let’s start with the basics. Use your first, last and nicknames… Read more »


When planning your best friend’s bachelorette party it is tempting to post every last detail to your social media accounts. It is often hard to refrain from sharing photos of adorable party favors, scenic destinations, and your group of gals sporting their cutest outfits. Social media makes it easy and instantaneous to share photos with the rest of your bachelorette party group, but posting photos from the event can also create a host of problems. Here’s how to avoid making… Read more »