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Would You Facebook and Tweet Your Wedding?


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Tweeting your wedding plans and using Facebook as a wedding website was almost inevitable.  It's completely possible these days to organise and plan your whole wedding using nothing but a wireless connection and a laptop or smart phone, so it makes sense that brides and grooms would use social media to let their friends, family and suppliers know what's happening on their special day.

How much is too much for such an important occasion?  Traditionalists would no doubt argue that Tweeting your wedding plans or sending an e-vite to your wedding day takes away all of the specialness of a wedding.  Don't you just adore it when you get a glamorous wedding invitation in the mail?  Doesn't your heart skip a beat when you catch the first glimpse of the bride in her wedding gown?  Don't you just love sitting down at the wedding reception to read the menu?  Then, how would you feel if the bride and groom had shared all of this information with you before the big day?

On the other hand, it does make guests feel more involved in the big day if you share little snippets of your wedding day with them.  Tweeting that you've just found the perfect band, or booked your florist is a great way to make your friends and family feel part of the planning process without revealing too much of the detail.

So, our big question is - would you Facebook or Tweet your wedding day?



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