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No bride ever thinks she's the over-sharing type, but some are. Take our quick quiz below to see where your wedding updates fall on the TMI spectrum.
1. How often do you update your wedding website?
A. Once a week with a personal blog to discuss my wedding workouts, planning challenges, bridal meal plan and dress alteration process. You know, just the basics.
B. Once a month with a handful of artsy photos detailing the wedding planning process.
C. Whenever there's a development — like a change in registry or time.
D. Wait, what wedding website?
2. You're one month out from the wedding — how many photos does your wedding hashtag have already?
A. More than 100 between all the snaps from my bachelorette, bridal showers, and engagement party.
B. Almost 100! That happened fast.
C. Around 50 ‐ mostly from my friends and family.
D. I haven't checked yet.
3. How do you keep your bridal party updated on wedding happenings?
A. Email, group text, a Facebook group, calendar reminders, live tweets.
B. Group texts, emails and a Facebook group.
C. An all encompassing email thread ... and the occasional texts as well.
D. The telephone.
4. In your opinion, what's inappropriate to share on social media?
A. The guest list.
B. The guest list; my wedding dress.
C. The guest list; my wedding dress; my registry details.
D. Anything alluding to the wedding. Some of my social media friends aren't invited...
5. What's your stance on guests posting on social media at your wedding?
A. I love it! I placed our hashtag throughout the ceremony and reception so people remember to post.
B. I love it but only for the reception. I've asked guest to refrain from snapping during the ceremony.
C. I'm into it for the reception but think it's annoying when amateur photographers get in the way and prevent our real photographer from doing her job.
D. I requested every guest to leave their cell phone at home so they can fully enjoy our amazing event.
Mostly A's: Reel It In!
Mayday! You're in the matrimonial danger zone. Pump the brakes on the updates if you like having friends.
Mostly B's: Only Slightly Annoying
Some of your less sentimental friends have probably removed you from their newsfeed already, but if you're okay with that, keep on keeping on.
Mostly C's: The Perfect Mix
If only all brides could mimic your appropriate, but excited bridal behavior. You've got this shtick down.
Mostly D's: Hello? Are You There?
Privacy is your middle name (well actually you would never share your middle name on social media) and a wedding is no exception. Most people on your social networks don't even know you're engaged.