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Using social media for your wedding is a cool way to make things extra fun and keep everyone feeling involved. From getting started with your plans to celebrating the big day, here’s how you can use apps like Instagram, Facebook and Tiktok to add a special touch to your wedding.

Before the Big Day

Make a Special Hashtag

Come up with a fun hashtag for your wedding. This way, it’s easy to find all the pictures and messages about your day. Put your hashtag on your invitations and wedding website.

Share Your Wedding Prep

Post updates about getting ready for your wedding on Instagram Stories or Facebook. It’s a fun peek into your plans, like picking out the place or tasting cake flavors.

Set Up a Private Group

Create a private group on Facebook for your wedding. It’s a great spot to share all the details and let guests chat with each other before the wedding.

On Your Wedding Day

Photo Fun

Challenge your guests to post their best photos from the day. You could ask for the funniest dance photo or a sweet picture with the couple. You can even give out small prizes.

Share Photos Instantly

Use an app where everyone can upload their pictures from the wedding. This lets you see the wedding from everyone’s point of view.

Custom Filters

Make special Snapchat filters for your wedding venue. It’s a fun extra for everyone’s photos.

Include your wedding vendors 

Send out an group email to all your wedding vendors and ask them to share behind the scenes work from your day. Share your social media handles and encourage them to tag each other when they post.

Important note! Give them clear instructions on what you want. When we plan the weddings we always tell the vendors to wait until the next day or after a event has happened before sharing.

Consider Hiring a Pro to Manage Your Wedding Social Media

Stress-Free Sharing

First off, you and your partner's phone should not be used during the wedding day if you ask me. Instead of worrying about posting updates or capturing live moments, you should be present on your wedding day. A social media manager ensures all those special moments are captured and shared in real time, so no one misses out.

Cohesive Storytelling

A pro knows how to tell a story — your love story — in a cohesive and engaging way across platforms. They can manage your wedding hashtag, curate content, and create a narrative that reflects the essence of your celebration. This storytelling skill turns your social media feeds into a beautiful, digital scrapbook of your wedding journey.

Want to do something unique, like a

countdown to your wedding or a behind-the-scenes look at your planning process? A social media pro can come up with creative ideas that you might not have considered, adding an extra layer of fun and personality to your online presence.

Final tips!

Be Clear: Tell your guests about your social media ideas. You can include instructions in your invitations or on your wedding website.

Make It Easy: Encourage your guests to join in by putting up friendly signs at the wedding venue.

Think of Privacy: Make sure your guests are okay with being on live streams or in shared photos.

Using social media adds a fun, shared experience to your wedding. It starts with the planning and keeps going through to the last dance. With these tips, everyone can join in on the fun and help celebrate your special day!

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Step into the enchanting world of wedding trends for 2024-2025, where tradition meets modernity in a captivating fusion of elegance, nostalgia, and innovation. As couples plan their big day, they are redefining wedding aesthetics with a blend of timeless charm and contemporary flair. From vintage vibes to cutting-edge innovations, let's dive into the coolest trends shaping weddings in the years ahead!

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Coquette Charm

The Coquette trend adds a touch of flirtatious elegance to weddings, with delicate lace, sheer fabrics, and playful silhouettes dominating bridal fashion. Think intricate lace detailing, soft ruffles, and ethereal layers that exude romance and femininity.

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Food Styling

Innovative couples are incorporating food as an integral part of their decor, styling spreads of colorful fruits and vegetables to create visually stunning displays. From cascading fruit centerpieces to elaborate cheese boards, food becomes not only a feast for the palate but also a feast for the eyes.

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Espresso Martini Tower

Move over champagne towers, the espresso martini tower is taking center stage as the latest wedding beverage trend. Guests can indulge in this sophisticated yet energizing cocktail, adding a modern twist to the traditional toast.

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Corset Comeback

Inspired by vintage glamour, corsets are making a stylish comeback in bridal fashion. Whether worn as part of the wedding gown or as a separate statement piece, corsets accentuate curves and add a touch of old-world allure to modern bridal looks.

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Documentary Photography with a Vintage Look

Couples are opting for documentary-style photography with a vintage aesthetic, capturing candid moments and emotions with a timeless charm. The resulting photos evoke a sense of nostalgia, transporting viewers back to a former era.

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Newspaper Invitations

Embracing eco-friendly alternatives, couples are opting for newspaper-style wedding invitations printed on recycled paper. This creative approach not only reduces environmental impact but also adds a unique and personalized touch to the wedding stationery.

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Pop of Color

Injecting vibrant hues into wedding decor, couples are incorporating pops of color through candles, flowers, and other decorative elements. Bold and unexpected color combinations add depth and personality to the overall aesthetic, creating visually stunning settings.

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Midnight McDonald's Snack

For a playful and unexpected twist, some couples are surprising guests with a late-night McDonald's snack. From cheeseburgers to fries, these indulgent treats add a touch of nostalgia and comfort to the festivities.

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Nostalgic Film Photos

Channeling a 90s vibe, couples are opting for nostalgic film photography to capture their special day. The grainy texture and vintage aesthetic of film photos add a timeless quality, creating cherished mementos that stand the test of time.

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Tuscan/Sicilian Italian Style Decor

Drawing inspiration from the rustic elegance of Tuscany and Sicily, couples are embracing Italian-inspired decor with patterns, textures, and colors that reflect the region's rich heritage. Think terracotta hues, intricate tile patterns, and lush greenery that transport guests to the Mediterranean countryside.

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Editorial Detail Styling

Elevating wedding decor to editorial-worthy heights, couples are paying meticulous attention to every detail, from tablescapes and floral arrangements to signage and seating charts. The result is a cohesive and visually captivating aesthetic that feels straight out of a luxury magazine spread.

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Incorporating Fruits and Vegetables

Adding an organic touch to wedding decor, couples are incorporating fresh fruits and vegetables into floral arrangements, table settings, and other decorative elements. From citrus accents to cascading grapevine garlands, these natural elements bring texture and vibrancy to the celebration.

As we look ahead to the years 2024-2025, the wedding landscape is brimming with creativity, innovation, and nostalgia. Couples are embracing a diverse range of trends to create celebrations that are both timeless and of-the-moment. Whether it's through vintage-inspired details, interactive experiences, or eco-friendly alternatives, these trends reflect the unique personalities and values of today's couples, promising unforgettable wedding experiences for years to come.

We found all these amazing photos on Pinterest. You can find them all HERE in our Wedding Trends 2024-2025 board.

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It can be frustrating and take a lot of time to chase up guests who haven't RSVP to your wedding. You might need to give the head count to the venue, plan the seating and order name cards. Here are a few things to consider when it comes to planning the wedding invitation.

Save The Date

A good time to send out save the date cards is around 8 months in advance or as soon as you have booked the venue and ceremony location. We recommend you to always send out a save the date if you have a destination wedding in Stockholm. This gives your guests plenty of time to book their flights, find accommodation, hire cars, get time off work, and make arrangements for children. It is totally ok to do this by sending a digital notice if you don’t want to print a card or do something more creative.

Invitation Etiquette

Etiquette says to send out the invitation 8 weeks before your wedding date, no less than 6 weeks. If most of your guests are local, and you don’t need extra time to plan this could work however our clients tend to want weddings that require extra planning so I think this is a very short timeframe and can also add extra stress for the wedding couple.

Invitation and RSVP for the Weddings We Help Our Couples Plan

We recommend sending out invitations around 4-6 months before the day and ask your guests to RSVP at the latest 2 months but preferably 3-4 months before the wedding day.

The reason for us setting an early RSVP is because our couples tend to have international guest and many of our weddings require extra planning. We help our wedding couples to order special décor and this is sometimes based on how many guests are coming. A few of our weddings are also tented so then we plan out the tent size and space needed and book all the rentals.

Early RSVP is especially important for summer weddings because then we have less time in the office. The same goes for our vendor partners who also are hard to get reply’s from during those months. The best is to finalize the heavy planning in May and then make smaller adjustments a few weeks before the wedding if needed.

What Should I Include In My Wedding Invitation

Names of the hosts (if not the couple)

The couple's names.

Date and time of ceremony.

Ceremony and reception location.

Attire details.

RSVP information

Extra Information About Weddings

RSVP cards

RSVP cards (or response cards) is used to collect your guests replys and see who is going to be able to come. You can also use RSVP cards to collect your guests diet restriction. They look cute but to be honest I have never planned a wedding where all of these cards has been sent back to the couple. Guests tend to lose them and it is extra work for the couple in my opinion.

Accommodations cards

Perhaps your venue also has accommodation? Many couples want to let their guests know what their favorite local hotels near the wedding venue are. For this purpose a separate accommodation card can be added to the wedding invitation.

Program card

If your wedding is a weekend celebration - such as a Friday night BBQ party, a Saturday morning yoga session, and a Sunday morning brunch after your Saturday wedding? If so, it may be helpful to include a program.

Attire cards

If you have a specific dress code for your wedding and other wedding-related events, you may want to include the dress code for each event.

Reception or after party card

If your wedding ceremony and wedding reception are at two different locations or if you will have a after party at another location then the dinner location, you can include extra information about this.

Map and directions cards

Short and sweet a cards with a map and/or directions on how to get to the ceremony and reception.

Wedding website card

If you want to make things easier for yourself and your guests, you can just add all the information to a wedding website instead. When you send out your wedding invites then include a card with the website URL. There are many free and paid wedding websites, or you get help from a designer. We can also help to set this up for you if you want.

Are You Planning a Wedding In Stockholm?

We can help you get started and offer both digital and local wedding planning help here in Stockholm. We also have great connections with wedding planners all over the world if you need help finding a planner in your area.

If you want more info fill in the form on our booking page We look forward to help you get started with your planning!

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