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Wedding Planning Tips

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Most modern brides and grooms take to social media to announce the happy news of their engagements and weddings, as well as the big milestones in between.  It’s great to share the fun news with family, friends and acquaintances but is there a downside too?  Turns out there are plenty, according to The New York Times.   The perils of weddings and social media include people assuming they are invited to the wedding, guests posting event photos without permission, and many more.  Weddings and social media going hand in hand is fairly new, but there are ways to manage it and embrace it as the thought-provoking article outlines.  

To read more about the pitfalls of weddings and social media, please visit Rule 1: No ‘I Do’ via Twitter on NYTimes.com now!

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