Article by: Hazafa Hasan
Wondering why you need a hashtag for your big day? How else are you going to get all the wonderful moments of your wedding are being captured by your guests?
Create a hashtag to organize your journey after the engagement to the reception & beyond with a personalized hashtag. It is the hottest trend these days. People promote their custom wedding hashtags and encourage their guests to use them as well.
You can play with words to come up with catchy, easily memorable hashtags.
Be Cute-sy with Nickname: You can incorporate your couple’s nick name or your nick name for each other like #DeepVeerWedding #Mr&MrsSmith #UrHan #Kimye #anushkawedsvirat
The Year It Happened: You can also go simple and sophisticated with by using your names and the year of the wedding like #Sophie&Joe2019
Pun Intended: If you are the playful sort you can use puns in your wedding hashtags like #MorganHeBargainedFor #PotterPartyof2 #YouHadMeAtDarcy #SayYesToTheKress
Good Ol’ Desi Fun: You can play with your desi culture and nicknames to create a wedding hashtag like #SoniyeBalliye #BaluMahi #SunnykiDolly
You know a trend that is taken up by celebrities is going to stick. The now married and famous couples, both national and international have used hashtags to share every minute of their big day with their fans and loved ones
Although not official, but baiman hashtag kept trending for the wedding of Iman Ali with Babar Bhatti and was adorable.
Celebrity stylist Mehek Saeed married restauranteur Ammar Mohsin, and #mehmosa helped Instagram keep track of her lovely outfits and ceremony.
3. # everydayphenomenal
Yes, it is an old one but we love the idea behind this hashtag. It was introduced last year at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding to Anand Ahuja. The couple still uses it on their photos together to show appreciation for each other and their time together.
Aiman Khan and Muneeb Butt had a grand wedding last year and merged their names in this adorable hashtag to share their happiness with the world.
Singing sensation Aima Baig’s sister recently got married and given the popularity of the singer, the wedding hashtag was ‘bajikishadi’. It’s simple, yet nothing could have been more Pakistani sibling-love display than this hashtag.