1. Giving Your Wedding A Hashtag
Couples are encouraging guests to take lot of photos at the wedding and and post them on Instagram using a hashtag that's unique to the celebration. People not at the wedding can follow along picture by picture, and they'll all be archived forever on social media.
2. 'You're Not Invited' Alerts
If a couple doesn't have enough room in their budget to accommodate everyone, they have taken to alerting the less fortunate , who will inevitably become privy to the wedding via social media , through the simple click of an email.
3. Pinterest Wedding Activity Boards
Instead of traditional welcome letters, the couple are creating a Pinterest board with things to do, eat, and see in the city where they're getting married.
4. Wedding Webcasts
Relatives and friends that are far away and can't make it can watch your wedding as it unfolds in real time. For under $1,000, couples can turn their wedding into a live broadcast.
6. Foregoing Invitations In Favor Of A Facebook Event Page
A Facebook event page saves money, time, and a whole lot of frustration over whether or not the bride received all the RSVPs by mail.
7. Skype Toasts
For family and friends who can't attend due to distance but are still looking to surprise the couple they are able to get a glimpse of the atmosphere and the couple gets to enjoy a heartfelt speech rather than a few lines in an email.
8. Bridesmaid Surveys
Bridesmaids can select which color palette and dress style they like on using survey platform sites, such as surveymonkey.com, so no one gets stuck in the classic banana dress.
9. Honeymoon e-funds
Traditionally, guests who don't want to select a gift might offer a monetary present instead, but now they can know exactly what their money is going toward via a simple and safe online transaction using a site like Honeyfund.com.
10. Ungplugged Weddings
"unplugged weddings." Couples want their guests to be fully present in the moment, which is why they're asking that all phones and cameras be turned off at the wedding and reception while the photographer and videographer capture the special moments.