Tuesday, September 1, 2015

How to create a wedding hashtag no one else will have

There are some brides who ask guests to unplug at their wedding, and some who ask guests to go all out with the photo snapping and sharing.

How to create a wedding hashtag no one else will have

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We bring you 21 unique, creative hashtag ideas you haven´t thought of.(iStock)
We bring you 21 unique, creative hashtag ideas you haven't thought of.(iStock)

This article originally appeared on POPSUGAR

There are some brides who ask guests to unplug at their wedding, and some who ask guests to go all out with the photo snapping and sharing. If you're the second type of bride, you're probably already brainstorming your wedding hashtag - you know, the one phrase that guests will use on Instagram and Twitter to round up pictures of your big day. Instead of the more standard conventions you've probably seen all over the place (something like, say, KardashianWestWedding or KimandKanye2014), we bring you 21 unique, creative ideas you haven't thought of. Of course, replace them with your own names, initials, wedding locations, and such to make them special to your big day.

 

1. #HappilyEverHarrison

2. #RuizPartyof2

3. #ThatOneMalibuWedding

4. #Newlywedsontheblock

5. #SeanandCassGetHitched

6. #TomKat, #Bennifer, or any other celebrified combo

7. #MrandMrBaker

8. #TimandAnneinWonderland

9. #WeSaidIDoOnJune2

10. #KristenLovesJustin

11. #SmithNoMore*

12. #LauBeachBash

13. #ThisisOurWeddingHashtag

14. #StokedtobeaHorowitz*

15. #TwasaGoodKnight

16. #WeCameWeSawWeWed

17. #SamandNicoleKissandTell

18. #JessandTimTietheKnot

19. #KylieWedsCara

20. #AdventuresofJuanandCelina

21. #TandGForBestWeddingEver

*Maybe better for a bachelor/bachelorette party than a wedding?

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