You might be that kind of person who likes to shout from the mountaintop in the disseminating words but you should also remember that everyone is different and we must respect different ways of life. Even if you are ready with hashtags and instagrammable wedding slogans, think twice before sharing anything, anything at all.
We bring to you a list of compulsive wedding etiquettes for both the couple and the guests to abide by while sharing photos.
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1. Don't ASSUME
If you like getting clicked, it doesn’t mean that everyone else too. Similarly, if you like sharing pictures, do not assume that others like it too. Hence, assumptions and presumptions are a complete no-no. This is the first rule.
2. ALWAYS ASK BEFORE POSTING ONLINE
If you plan to share the photos online, always ask first. Ask each person who is there in the photograph. The picture can be embarrassing for the other person. And if not that, it definitely is intruding his privacy.
3. DO NOT TAG OTHERS
“Feeling happy with 98 others”, this needs to stop at once. This is one annoying habit. If Mr. X is not in the frame then please do not tag him. Also, when you tag someone it automatically appears in everyone’s news feed. This ultimately kills privacy.
4. DO NOT MAKE POSTS PUBLIC
Keep your personal life personal. Without privacy, there is absolutely no point in being an individual. There are certain photos that need no social media attention and are strictly private. There is a thin line of difference between public and private. But you need to embrace that difference.
5. CLASSIFICATION OF PHOTOS
The photos which you share with your family are different from what you show to your boss. Are we right or are we right? Now you get it. So the rule is, understand that audience of the photographs and then classify accordingly.
6. DO NOT POST BEFORE THE BRIDE & GROOM
It’s their special day and mind you, they’ll be very selective about things. They might seem over sensitive on certain issues but remember they have the monopoly right of being the first one to share the album.
Do not post photos that are unflattering, incriminating, and rude or risqué. Always think before you act. Even if you are the looking fantastic in the picture but if your friend is not, kindly refrain from sharing it with others without his or her permission.
Privacy is an absolute prerequisite. Share your moments with those who matter and where the feeling is mutual.
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