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Ways to Use Social Media at Your Bucks County PA Wedding Venue

Posted on July 7, 2017

Bride taking selfie with friends

In this day and age, social media is everywhere. From Facebook to Twitter, Instagram to Snapchat, it is a mainstay of information and connectivity for individuals across the world. But should it be used at your Bucks County, PA, wedding venue on your most special day?

If you want to keep your wedding intimate, the constant social media presence from family and guests can get in the way. If it’s not done right, that is. Here are a few ways to keep your day to yourself, while also keeping an eye on the trend.


A relative newcomer to the Facebook scene, Facebook Live offers the opportunity to live stream pieces of your wedding for those who can’t be there in person. Assign one guest the task of recording pre-designated sections of your ceremony that you would like to broadcast. Facebook Live can be recorded on a phone, making it a discreet option for one person to use.


If you are intrigued about the idea of having a clean, strategic social media wedding, you’ll want to hire a social-media team. The professional team will record your wedding through videos and photos that they will upload to your preferred account, allowing you and your guests to enjoy the day with no electronic strings attached.


There’s nothing wrong with letting your friends and family know that you want them to have a good time in person and not from behind a phone camera lens. You can decide whether it’s a ban for the entire day or just for the ceremony, but instating a social-media rule of any kind is a solid chance to let guests enjoy the special event at your Bucks County, PA, wedding venue. (It also gets them out of the way of professional photographers — and social-media teams — in the process.)


Though nothing new for modern weddings, creating a specific hashtag to be used across social media platforms will help gather precious moments you weren’t able to capture yourself. Let guests know before the hashtag before the day so they can share and post accordingly.

With these and many more ways to incorporate social media at your Bucks County, PA, wedding venue, your wedding will be the perfect balance of intimacy and connectivity. #weddingyourway