Event Tech & Business

See How People are Using Social Media to Get More Weddings Invites

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Over a decade, there’s absolutely been an increasingly digital aspect to most weddings we see around. And the most used feature remains the social media channels as It’s not unusual for a couple to send e-invites instead of the traditional card stock ones, or to create their own hashtag for their big day using twitter, Instagram.

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Are social media weddings going to become the norm? It’s unlikely. Despite our reliance on social media for so many aspects of our lives, most people like to maintain an element of surprise when it comes to the big day.


While the digital guestbook is a cool idea, there’s something special about having an actual guestbook filled with handwritten messages that you can hold in your hands.

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But there are definitely elements of the social media wedding we can get on board with. Getting guests to submit song requests online, using hashtags to talk more about an ongoing wedding. And having the entire day streamed live is perfect for overseas guests or anyone else who couldn’t be there in person.

Like everything bridal, the social media wedding comes at a price — depending on your marketing budget. But if you had the skills and the time to do a lot of that yourself the cost could be significantly less.


Source: sheknows