We all know that oversharing is a criminal offense on Facebook and Twitter – but in certain situations, undersharing can be just as offensive. If you have questions about what wedding planning details you should share (or not share), we’re here to assist. There are some things all of your friends and followers will want to see (like your engagement photos), and some things that are better left to the imagination (like those scandalous bachelorette party after-party pics).
When should you withhold info, and how do you make people feel included, without making them feel overexposed? How do you engage your wedding audience, field tough questions, or handle a little wedding-related drama without inciting the wrath of half your friends list? It’s a delicate balance. As a bride, you’ve got a ton on your plate – so don’t let a little Facebook or Twitter chaos taint your special day in any way.
Social media is a very learn-as-you-go sort of communication medium, but consider this Social Media Wedding Etiquette 101.
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