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What Are Your Thoughts On Pre-Wedding Photographs On Social Media

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We pride in sharing memorable moments on social media. When it comes to weddings and ceremonies like parties and other events, relaying info on social media is a way of promoting the event and bring to the public its awareness. Before, weddings were by invitation, or announced in churches. Today, weddings are promoted through pre-wedding photographs which are easily accessible online.

What do you think of this?

Let’s be real; the photographs are beautiful, seeing couples match up clothes and brainstorm on special themes that have exclusive meanings to them… they are truly beautiful. But let us take a look at the other side of the coin. With this trend that seems like a requirement before the actual ceremony, is it financially draining? Perhaps, it depends on the couple. What if some misfortune occurrence happens to hit the couple, the bride to be or groom to be? Probably breakup resulting from diverse causes? How then do they handle the pressure and expectation from the public?

What do you think of this?

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3 thoughts on “What Are Your Thoughts On Pre-Wedding Photographs On Social Media

  1. The best way to handle the pressure is to realize they have 2 options and choose between these options 1. Care abt what pple say, end up marrying the worst spouse and live in agony or become a divorcee OR 2. Ignore what people think or say and walk away, trusting that God will give you d best. I got engaged 2ice by same person, he put it on fb and tagged me then broke up with me. After d 2nd breakup, count 9 months and I am married to someone else, my true soulmate. Only 1 idiot laughed when my husband put his proposal on fb. And that idiot is stil chronically single and becoming obviously desperate. If I had cared what ppl wld say, I wld hav married d wrongest person on earth. Be wise pls. Ignore snide comments and celebrate ur engagements as many times as u need to and ur true friends will celebrate with u.

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