With social media being another element of your wedding day to think about, a lot of couples find themselves in a limbo when it comes to choosing their wedding day hashtag. Well, I'm here to help.
HAVING TROUBLE CREATING YOUR WEDDING #HASHTAG? DO YOU PLAN ON USING YOUR INSTAGRAM AT YOUR WEDDING OR WANT YOUR GUEST TO POST ABOUT YOUR SPECIAL CELEBRATION, BUT YOU’RE STUCK DECIDING WHAT HASHTAG TO USE? HAVE YOU SCRAPPED EVER PIECE OF PAPER THAT YOU WROTE YOUR HASHTAG IDEAS ON, BUT STILL NO DICE? NO WORRIES, I HAVE THE PERFECT RESOURCES FOR YOU TO CREATE THE PERFECT WEDDING DAY HASHTAG.
I. THEKNOT TheKnot has some pretty awesome tips for creating your perfect hashtag. Here’s one for grabs.
#6.Check the hashtag.
Before you hit print on your save-the-dates, go ahead and do a quick check of the hashtag to see if there’s already been something tagged to it and, if so, how many photos. If there’s only a handful of other photos that don’t seem wedding related you should go ahead and use it, but if there’s an entire other wedding with the same exact hashtag, you may want to switch a letter to a number or pick a different rhyme to avoid getting the photos mixed up. “Hijacking someone else’s hashtag is no bueno,” says Haack.
Visit the site for more tips from THEKNOT select the link below: https://www.theknot.com/content/wedding-hashtag-tips
II. eWedding eWedding has a FREE Wedding Hashtag Generator. You simply enter the first and last name of the couple (that would be you and yours). It uses this information to generate hashtags that you can choose from for your special celebration.
I gave it a try and ended up with (79) results to choose from.
I used my first name and Colin Kaepernick’s name. He’s one of my favorite quarterbacks in the NFL.
Visit the site and give it a try!: eWedding
III. WeddingHashtagWall WeddingHashtagWall is another great resource. They have great tips and advice for your family when it comes to using your wedding day hashtag. Here’s a little sneak of what they share.:
5 KEY MOMENTS TO TELL YOUR GUESTS ABOUT YOUR WEDDING HASHTAG
2. Put it on your Invitations
Communicate your hashtag in your wedding invitations and even consider writing down what your goal is for the hashtag. Guests are willing to work with you and create the ultimate selection of memories by using the hashtag.
Visit the site: WeddingHashtagWall
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