Social media is a part of every aspect of our lives, and planning your wedding is certainly no exception. Brides and grooms use it for finding out about trends, getting ideas they can use for their own wedding, and seeing what other people say about their wedding experiences.
As helpful as social media sometimes can be, it can certainly add to the feeling of being overwhelmed with endless choices and information. The biggest rule I’ve found to be helpful is to consider the source. Try to take advice from sources that give you pure information instead of biased opinions. One bride’s experience may not be even close to what you’re looking for. In the same way that one pair of shoes that somebody raves about, you would never wear.
Search for vendors that are consistently giving you quality information that is designed to give you the info you need to make the best decision. Look for photos, videos, and reviews that bac up someone’s claim. The more the better! Highest quality products, services, and companies are those that have done high-quality work over a long period of time. Those are the companies you can trust to tell you the truth and deliver on your big day. Offers that seem too good to be true very likely are.
Before you start down the rabbit hole of social media, make sure you have a clear idea with a somewhat open mind about what you want your wedding to look, taste, sound, and feel like.
Here is a link to one of the most popular social media websites, and which ones are the best to use. https://www.broadbandsearch.net/blog/most-popular-social-networking-sites
I hope you find this information to be helpful in your wedding planning process!