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News: How can social media help you plan you wedding? (Jul/18)

With so many opinions voiced, ideas shared and questions asked, social media can be a great source for inspiration.

Here’s our guide to how you can use each social media platform to help you plan your day.

 

PINTEREST

One of the biggest social media platforms for this? Pinterest, of course! Almost every bride will create a board of wedding ideas at some point during the planning.

 

 

INSTAGRAM

Much like Pinterest, you’ll find all kinds of wedding pretty hanging out on Instagram. Using the hashtag #isaidyes or simply search #weddingideas for all the best bridal inspo.

 

 

TWITTER

If you’re a bride who just loves to tweet, then use Twitter to source some suppliers.

 

FACEBOOK

Probably the social media platform you’re the most familiar with, why not embrace the wedding community on Facebook too? Here, you’ll find a more down to earth approach to weddings – think more real-life snapshots and fewer perfectly composed image galleries.

It’s also a great place to seek advice from other like-minded brides and grooms-to-be.