Post # 32
I barely use Facebook as it is, so of course I post nothing. But even friends who do have never posted a bunch of wedding stuff. I do think it is kind of inappropriate since there would be people seeing that but aren’t invited – it’s like rubbing it in their faces.
Post # 33
Absolutely nothing. I posted on the morning of our wedding that I was getting married that day, but that was it.
Post # 34
I divulged exactly not one thing about wedding planning on FB. What’s weird is, now a friend of mine is planning her wedding, and I’m kind of envious of the support and positive input she’s getting. Especially now that the wedding is over and I’m realizing that no one who wasn’t invited is offended about that, I’m a tiny bit regretful that I didn’t share more about the planning of it. More support would have been nice to have.
Post # 35
I had a post when we got engaged, when we hit the 1 year mark, and when our engagement pictures were blogged.
Post # 36
I don’t actually say anything about the planning process on FB, why would I? no one is as interested in my wedding as I am.
Post # 37
Very little. I posted when we got engaged (literally minutes after lol), when we chose a date, and then have checked in at some wedding related places. That’s about it. Maybe a couple of other things? No one cares and most of my list isn’t invited.
Post # 38
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
Yes, I could see how only posting to a certain list of people would be helpful in making decisions or getting opinions from close family and friends…I haven’t done that yet, but will consider it. I have, on occasion, sent a private message to just my BMs and my mom that included a pic of something or a link so I could get their feedback, but sometimes a text or e-mail to them is easier.
Post # 39
Nothing. Most of my FB ppeps are not invited, (we’re having a super small wedding) and i don’t want to look like a wedding obsessed crazy person! So I save it all for the bee!
Post # 40
- Wedding: June 2017 - Vegas Wedings
Nada. And I plan to deactivate it before the wedding.
I have however used its email feature to to notify some people that they shoud be expecting a save the date. The vast majority of our guests are Out of Town guests and pretty much all of mine will be flying so I wanted to give them as much notice as possible.
Post # 41
Absolutely nothing! I haven’t even posted that we’re engaged. I just find Facebook so creepy- the people who are important in my life know that I’m engaged. And when I update my profile pic to me in my wedding dress everyone else will figure it out! 🙂
Post # 42
very little. I posted when I got engaged, with a pic of my ring. That is about it. If I am asked something directly on my wall, I will respond; but that is about it.
Post # 43
I post almost nothing. I did once post “Wedding shopping trip to Menard’s with FIName!” because I thought it was comical, but other than that, I stay quiet. I’m not inviting everyone I’m friends with, and I don’t want to give away any of my plans/surprises to the ones that are invited. Low/no expectations are key to people being blown away, haha.
Post # 44
- Wedding: June 2012 - Franklin Plaza
The only thing I posted was a few photos of our engagement and changed my status. After the wedding though all bets were off and I totally spammed everyone with wedding photos. 😉
Post # 45
I posted my engagement pics, but have made no other mention of it on FB. I don’t want to hurt any feelings and I tend to be very anti “checking-in” on FB. I figure if I have any wedding crazy/excitement to unleash I’ll do it here on the Bee so that my Maid/Matron of Honor doesn’t get sick of me 🙂
Post # 46
very little…didn’t want my stalker ex-boyfriend finding out anything. Everything was vague….nothing public about when or where – those who needed to know were invited.