Amazing Social Media Ideas For Your Wedding Day (part 2)

5. Host a wedding day scavenger hunt

Hosting a wedding scavenger hunt is a major way to infuse fun at a wedding. You know, the wedding program doesn’t have to contain just the wedding sermons and agenda of the day. One of the best wedding program ideas is to include tasks for the scavenger hunt in the program.

All these tasks must also be duly completed on social media, the best choice being Instagram or Snapchat. Before posting, include the wedding hashtag. This is the real wedding icebreaker.

6. Use Tik Tok videos

A Tik Tok video is another cool way for guests to heighten the fun. Log into your account, make a video, add the perfect songs and filters, and then publish. Guests can also follow each other, building new strings of relationships. It is similar to Snapchat but can take a longer length of videos. These videos are well saved for the longest time.

7. Live stream on Facebook 

Conduct your wedding in real-time using Facebook stories. This is especially for couples who eloped or cannot get all their desired guests to attend. The beautiful thing is that you can also make it a private affair. Create a closed page and add only people of your choice. Update pictures constantly even as you live stream, and they won’t miss a thing.

8. Use your Instagram stories

Instagram stories can capture very lengthy videos. You can live stream your wedding with family and friends using Instagram stories. Guests can also do the same. If anyone missed out on the live feed, they still have until the next 24 hours to view it. This is because it automatically saves.

9. Create a personalized wedding hashtag

Although common among modern couples, a wedding hashtag never goes out of style. The hashtag makes it easy for you to pool all feed, giving you a huge gallery of memories. One fact to note is that your wedding hashtag must be easy to remember.

So, it’s simpler to use a combination of your names and maybe add the wedding year. An example is Lisa and Alessandro + 2020 combined, it gives “Lisandro2020”. Once you’ve created a hashtag, let your guests know you’d appreciate that they use it. Leave subtle reminders on place cards, programs, etc.

These creative wedding social media options are fun, easy to use and will ensure your special day remains unforgettable.