Bride Guide: Tech Etiquette
It's no surprise that brides are creating tons of new wedding traditions thanks to social media. Smartphones have infiltrated every aspect of our lives, and the big day is no exception to the rule. There's a whole new world of tech etiquette to follow during wedding season these days. So, in order to get the low down on tech's role for the big day, Influenster teamed up with Brides to find out what women really think about sharing your special moments via social media.
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Obviously, apps have changed the game when it comes to coordinating a wedding, most brides will download an app to help with the planning. Pinterest has become a huge player for anyone planning a wedding. The photo-driven platform is perfect for all things wedding related, but these ladies are also using Pinterest to keep close tabs on celebrity ceremonies. Can you guess the most popular brides on Pinterest? We'll give you a hint, their reality royality!
As excpected 95 percent of future brides will share their planning process across social media, yet a majority will still keep their wedding dress to themselves until the big day.
The study found that social media is infiltrating wedding attendees and planners in many unexpected ways. Only 30 percent of brides-to-be have a pre-determined wedding hashtag. However almost all guests, 92 percent, are supportive of the wedding hashtag.
Another surprising find is that many of our brides-to-be are updating their relationship status in real time. 64 percent will post their engagement ring immediately, while 25 percent will even change their status from "engaged" to "married" standing at the altar!!
Will you incorporate social media into your wedding season? Comment below!
You can check out the full write up on Brides.com!