Are you and your bride-to-be avid Instagrammers who like to keep their Facebook friends constantly up to date? Or maybe you prefer to shy away from social media?
Either way, social media has become such a big part of day-to-day life that you may want to consider how you want to use it on your wedding day - or if you want to use it at all.
Many people love to share snippets of their lives on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat and it's likely that most of your guests will arrive at your wedding armed with their smartphones, eager to get the perfect snap of you and your bride.
If you don't like the idea of having your guests post every minute of your big day on the internet, you need to make this clear before the ceremony begins. Some couples may include a message in the order of service or have someone make an announcement asking guests not to take photos, or not to post to social media.
However, more and more couples are embracing social media as part of their big day and are happy to pose for family and friends. There are many ways you can encourage the use of social media at your wedding, including using photo sharing apps, setting up a photo booth and suggesting hashtags so you can find all your guests' posts easily.
Remember - it's your day and your rules, so guests should respect your wishes.
The guys at Loyes' Diamonds have put together this infographic below which covers everything you need to know if you want to be a social media guru as part of your wedding celebrations. Get all the tips and advice so read on for the full infographic!
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