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Digital Wedding Etiquette

Etiquete DIGITAL WEDDING Wondering how to navigate the complexities of manners in the digital world? See how mobile devices are transforming celebrations. 33% 31% Of wedding guests report being asked Have learned about a wedding they were not invited to through a social network. not to use a mobile or other electronic device during the ceremony. Recent wedding guests say social media 4 use was encouraged, and a specific in 10 wedding hashtag was provided. Recent wedding guests say they "checked in" to a wedding using Facebook, Foursquare or other social channel to let in 10 others know they were there. Twitter-using guests report tweeting about a wedding while in attendance. in 10 RSVP TRADITI ONAL OR DIGITAL? HOW AB OUT BO TH 63% 80% Of people report mailing back the printed response card. Used at least one digital channel to RSVP to a wedding invitation. 41% 43% 36% 36% 29% Replied using the wedding website Emailed Posted to Sent a text Tweeted the Facebook response SHARING PHOTOS OF THE BIG DAY 76% 54% 40% Of Twitter-using guests Of guests posted wedding pictures to Facebook, making it the most popular place to share wedding photos. Of guests use Instagram to share photos at the wedding. report tweeting wedding photos while in attendance. 22 The average number of photos that guests post to social media sites while at a wedding or wedding-related event. 65% 40% Believe it is rude to post Agree it is important to ask the couple's permission before posting wedding photos online and the couple should be the first to share photos. photos of wedding related events to social networks where those who were not invited could see them. WEDDING PAPER * DIVAS An online survey of 1,005 adults, age 18 to 54, who attended at least one wedding in the past 12 months was conducted April 3 to 6, 2013. Results have a margin of error of +/- 3 ppt. The survey was administered by Decipher, Inc.

Digital Wedding Etiquette

shared by karbel on Jul 29
Infographic by Wedding Paper Divas explains top digital etiquette tips when taking photos at weddings.


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