|Hmm.. on Aug 28, 2012 @ 03:57 pm|
I was WAY too busy the day of my wedding to tweet. I might have written something during the reception, but definitely wouldn't have live-tweeted it. I love technology, but I don't need to encompass it in everything I do.
|Its every where! on Aug 28, 2012 @ 06:49 pm|
I never even knew people did that. Can't they take even this day to put the tweeter down? LOL This reminds me of Nora's wedding, do you remember that Alex? I don't think she was tweeting, but wasn't her wedding live on face book, or something like that?
|Slightly better... on Aug 29, 2012 @ 12:41 pm|
Slightly better than live-tweeting childbirth, lol.
|Living in the moment on Aug 29, 2012 @ 12:52 pm|
I think it's a cool concept. But sometimes I think we're too caught up nowadays in the technology world and we forget to live in the moment.
|oh man... on Aug 29, 2012 @ 01:08 pm|
Tweeting or facebooking was the last thing on my mind during my wedding.
Maybe I'm way off, perhaps some people tweet / facebook and basically make their lives as public as possible so they can share their moment with family and friends. Perhaps... I can't shake the feeling though that perhaps its just a method of showing off to a larger crowd.
And seriously if anyone tried "live tweeting" or "live-whatever" during my labour, I would smack them upside the head with the placenta... lol
|@takoda on Aug 29, 2012 @ 04:31 pm|
Yeah you are right, she had a hashtag. I don't know if I would tweet my own wedding, but I love the idea of having a hashtag. That way people can go on and see all the pics and tweets about the wedding in one place and I like the idea of spreading pcitures of wedding all over the world!
|different use of twitter on Aug 29, 2012 @ 04:54 pm|
Nora's wedding was live-webcast so that her friends who were unable to attend could watch it. They did set up a twitter hashtag but they themselves didn't live-tweet anything that I know of. It was everyone who was watching online that tweeted that day, and their twitter account was projected onto a screen so that people could see what was being shared.
Live-tweeting my own wedding personally would not be for me. At all.
|Instagrammed on Aug 29, 2012 @ 05:09 pm|
A friend of a friend had their wedding set up with a hashtag and when you came in to sign the guest book they had a sign reminding you of what it was. Then people would tweet and instagram it and so afterwards when you searched the hashtag on instagram you could see everyone's photos from that night which was pretty adorable I think plus- it would make a really fabulous candid photo album I think.
|I thought so on Aug 30, 2012 @ 08:32 am|
I thought I remembered seeing something about face book, or tweeting for Nora's wedding, but then I thought maybe I'm mixing her up with someone else. I do remember her red wedding dress! Leave it to Nora to be different.LOL I thought she looked great and it was a great idea to have a hashtag for those that couldn't be there. I never even thought about that.
|Really?! on Aug 30, 2012 @ 12:17 pm|
On my wedding day I too was way too busy to even think about the internet, but this was before twitter, lol. And if I was getting married today I still don't think I could do it. I mean, maybe a blog and/or post that you have already written up to go live on the day of your wedding, but during, come on, you have to draw the line somewhere, lol!