Hashtags aren’t just about starting trends–they’re a way for your whole crew to find each other on social media and share updates. Coin and share a hashtag for guests to use on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You’ll be able to use it post wedding to find great pictures!
Wedding websites are a great way to really gather all your updates and share your registry. They can be a great way to enhance your guest’s experience, too, from providing tips on where to stay and what to do around your wedding venue to offering a more detailed dress code. Sites like The Knot, My Wedding and Wedding Window all offer free wedding-page building services, which makes it super-simple to make a professional looking website fast.
One of the biggest perks of the digital era is the ability to share your day with people who might not otherwise be able to be there. Skype, Facetime, and other video conferencing services mean anyone can have a seat at your ceremony.
E-tail businesses have eliminated many of the major expenses associated with running a traditional brick and mortar store, and are able to pass those savings along to customers. This means it’s easier than ever to find the same quality products at reduced prices. Just make sure you’re buying from a reputable company that specializes in one area–if a shop also sells really random or general products, there’s probably something fishy going on. Also make sure the shop has clear return policies, so that you can try different items and make a decision in the comfort of your home. Need an example? Check out Szul’s comprehensive return and exchange policy: www.szul.com/return-policies.