Post # 1
Ok guys so we just got back all of our wedding pictures back and since we have full printing rights we are sending our parents flash drives with all of the images on them. Here is the thing though my father inlaw likes to share everything and I mean everything on facebook myspace twitter etc. and I do not want all of our pictures splattered across the web. Would it be rude to tell them not to post any of them to the internet?
Post # 3
@00rubyred: not rude at all. I totally get not wanting YOUR business for the world to see.
My SIL tells me all the time to pls not post pictures of her kids on Facebook, and I respecr that bc they are HER kids.
Post # 4
It is not rude to request that they do not post the pics online. If you think they will disregard your request, you could tell them that the photographer allowed you to share the flash drive, but you do not own the rights to post the pics online.
Post # 5
You can request it … he may not listen 😀
Post # 6
Send the photos w/ the very explicit message that they are not to post them anywhere online. It’s rude to do that w/o your permission, not rude of you to say not to.
Post # 7
@00rubyred: No. There is some debate over this if he took the photos. But since they’re your photos, you can set the rules.
p.s. I strongly recommend that your new husband asks, since it is his father.
Post # 8
Your request for privacy is understandable and 100% reasonable.
Post # 9
Not rude at all. This is the exact reason i did not give my mother the cd from our wedding cause i know all the pics i hate would end up online! I made her an album and any lictures from that she liked i sent to her