8 tips on how to get your Wedding Hashtag right!
Most of us Indians, thrive on two things, weddings and social media.
A perfect amalgamation of the two is our favourite- hashtags!
Creating a hashtag is easy, but creating a hashtag that works is no mean feat. Using these hashtags rightly for your mehendi, haldi and shaadi can make your functions more popular than you can fathom.
Here are some tips to create a successful hashtag recipe with all the necessary ingredients, in the right proportion:
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Start building up on the shaadi curiosity and you will have people waiting with bated breath for your wedding pictures. It does take time to get guests involved and glued to your wedding hashtag. Use a lot of #10daystogo and #1daytogo.
2. Crisp and clear
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Don’t over complicate your hashtag!
Why would you want to do that? It just increases the chances of your guests forgetting your hashtag altogether. And the technologically less savvy ones would probably be the ones just messing it up, big time! A long one like #deepaandkrishkishaadi will be a disaster.
3. Bring it on!
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Like for every other wedding decision, you don’t need everyone’s permission to approve your hashtag (wink wink)
Don’t wait! Put it out there!
4. Smart and Sassy
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Don’t be too vague on your hashtag, choose it smartly. You don’t want it to sound stupid or forced, do you? Add a bit of sass and give it a personal touch, for starters.
P.S- Be careful you don’t have something which has been previously popular.
5. Nickname game
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Many weddings have got their hashtag right with using nicknames of both the bride and groom and merging it into a hashtag.
Yes! We think so too!
This is easy to remember, more personalized and not too difficult to frame either.
6. Pun and Fun
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A drab, boring and run-of-the mill hashtag has never reached the finish line. Add something funny or drop in a pun to make it stand out.
7. Do it till you drop
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Make sure your hashtag is not just used, but used over and over and over again! To the extent that people remember it more clearly than everything else at your wedding.
8. Express till you impress
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Don’t shy away from using your hashtag and express as much as love and smiles. After all it is your shaadi, go have some fun!
Have you made your wedding hashtag yet?