Your wedding day is whatever you want it to be. Pick a weird theme. Make friends wear an ugly dress so you look prettier
A study released Thursday by Wedding Paper Divas found that the average guest shares 22 photos of the event on social media
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If any of your guests have smartphones, you can expect to see details of your wedding pop up on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
TheKnot.com held a similar live-streamed crowdsourced wedding in February, and earlier this month, the first couple to marry
With Facebook Graph Search, which was announced earlier this year, you can use the power of your social connections to make planning your big day easier by harnessing their experience and recommendations, making your big day even more personal.
When a childhood friend thanked me for coming to his wedding this fall, he did so on Facebook. “Hey,” he said in a private
(Reuters) - Anyone who wants to attend the wedding of Malaysian badminton player Lee Chong Wei could be one of 10 lucky fans
7. To share a taste of what's to come. Grace had the idea of uploading wedding-related pictures to get her guests psyched
Picture this: A beautiful bride walks down the aisle. The bride and groom say their romantic vows with happy tears in their eyes. They say 'I do', kiss, and then, while standing at the altar... post to Facebook?
Cooper and Dale set up a Facebook page asking for help, complete with a YouTube video of their story. Watch the video above
It's no surprise that the Internet has made the wedding planning process a little bit easier for couples everywhere -- with
The pair appeared together with NBC's Jenna Wolfe: Kelly Hildebrandt's Facebook search for her own name turned up just one