We live in a day and age where couples get engaged and their first thought is "I can't wait to post on Facebook!" instead of "I can't wait to call my friends and family!" You know it's true.
I imagine it's a pretty great feeling when someone you want to marry actually asks you to marry him. And I'm truly happy for my friends who are entering into a lifetime of monogamy with the ones they love. But some of these statuses have to be addressed.
It was no surprise to me when Collier told me she had a digital crush with a fine gentleman and social media enthusiast, named Curt Buthman, whom she became friends with on Twitter over four years ago.
A study released Thursday by Wedding Paper Divas found that the average guest shares 22 photos of the event on social media
Planning a walk down the aisle can be daunting, but tech-savvy couples can now get a little help from apps on their phones
The wedding industry doesn’t like change. Not doing a bouquet toss? Shocking. Don’t feel like wearing white? How dare you
We get it: you're engaged, you're happy, and you want to tell the world. Who can blame you for that? In the age of social
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
Paul and Sara are getting married. On Twitter. Sort of. They're technical sorts with a long-standing relationship with social