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I recently heard about a company called Happily Ever #Hashtagged. Basically they are a company that specializes in creating unique wedding hashtags for couples.
I don’t know when or why this trend originated, but I like it. If you are wondering what a hashtag is, it is basically a word or phrase that is preceded by a #- a hashtag. These words are used to describe the picture or message. On social media, it can also be used to identify posts on a specific topic. For instance #funny may be used to describe a post that is funny. Are you following?
“Happily Ever #Hashtagged” launched with package deals for their hashtag-making services. The simplest starts at $40. There is also a more advanced option of $115 that gives couples access to three hashtag options, plus two more for any bachelor and bachelorette parties.
Apparently today’s couples don’t want a generic wedding hashtag. “Most often, people want something punny and clever, so that’s where I start,” Wakim (mastermind behind Happily Ever #Hashtagged) told Glamour.
Wakim goes on to say: “I always look for a play on words with their names and kind of build out from there. But I would say it’s most important to pick something as unique as possible, so that your photos aren’t intermingled with 19,628 others on Instagram because the hashtag was too generic.”
Theres no denying that hashtagging your wedding or event is beneficial. It can give your guests a way to post and view pictures from your event in one easy to find place but what do you guys think? is this taking it too far?