Post # 1
i was thinking about it. but then i thought NO. for the same reason i don’t put any wedding related stuff on my facebook page, aside from the occasional “2 months to go!” status. i reserve my excitement and planning for the hive. but i wondered if i should just put a status saying “i just started my own wedding blog!” and give the address. but….there are just so many people on my fb list that i don’t want to share that stuff with. what about you gals?
Post # 3
I sent a mass email to select people on my fb.
Post # 4
If you wanted to share I would probably only send a message to certain people to get traffic to your blog. I dont share my current blog on facebook. I have a link to it in my FB profile and then whenever I publish a post on wordpress it gets updated on facebook but I always remove the blog update before anyone can see it – I think Im a little embarrassed!
Post # 5
A gal I know just shared her wedding website over facebook and although she has gotten a ton of guest book comments (unlike me), it just seemed kind of rude since barely any of her facebook friends are invited…
That’s the only reason I didn’t post mine. I didn’t want anyone to be hurt that they weren’t going to come. Also, I didn’t want someone to show up who wasn’t invited…and who I didn’t want their (ex-boyfriends). Since they have the maps of events and everything.
Post # 6
I advertised mine on facebook. I’m kinda facebook addicted…so I couldn’t help myself. haha.
Post # 7
@Heatherloveskenny: haha, i know i dont have to worry about unwanted people showing up my wedding in Jamaica!
Post # 8
Oh nice! If I were you, then yes I would probably post it…I think destination weddings are acceptible because they are known to be more intimate
Post # 9
I’ve been debating on this too. I really don’t want to even advertise my wedding date on the page b/c I don’t care for some people there to know. Maybe I should just delete them. But I can’t invite a ton of people either and I don’t want people to feel bad about not being able to come and seeing info. But I’m not done with our wedding page either. So who knows I could change my opinon.
Post # 10
i posted it on FB too. lots of people dont even look at my page who arent coming so i’m not worried about that. but i have lots of family and long distance friends who use that link to get to the wedding website.
Post # 11
I posted mine on facebook, but added a password to it so only the people I want to see it can! 🙂
Post # 12
I had that facebook app called “weddingbook” and I put it on there. (It now longer exists, now.) I think you could only see my website address if you had that app. I could see which friends of my had that app and the ones listed, I was fine with them knowing. A lot of my friends were also engaged so it was fun seeing their website and them seeing mine. I didn’t have anyone ask me if they were invited. A lot of my friend on fb are from high school so we dont’ really hang out, so luckily none of them were weird like that. I’ve seen a lot of my high school friends get engaged and even though I was close to them in hs, I am definitely not close to them now. It’s still great to see all of their e-pics, wedding ideas and wedding photos.
Post # 13
Yes, but not publically. I sent the link via FB to the wedding party and anyone who asked about any wedding details. if they contacted me by FB