June 18th, 2014 • Posted by Atlantis Health Network • Permalink
Our lives are forever digital now. We shout out our accomplishments online before picking up the phone to tell people our good news. While social media offers an easy way to update your friends and family about your upcoming nuptials, you might want to think twice before creating a tweet or a status update. Here are a few things you should consider:
For the older generation, this kind of news should be shared face-to-face. If that's not an option, you should call them. If you blurt your wedding news online too soon, you're bound to hurt a few feelings. Be sure to tell those closest to you before making your online announcement.
Don't offer dates
It's one thing to say you're getting married, but you shouldn't post dates online. Remember, it's not just your friends who are trolling social media pages. You don't want to let a would-be burglar know when you won't be at home. Keep the dates of your honeymoon off social media sites too.
Every phone has a camera on it, so if you don't want a picture of your drunk sister-in-law to end up in an online photo album, you'll want to police your social media page after the celebration is over. If you don't want pictures posted online, ask your friends to refrain from posting them.
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