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6 Things You Should Never Post on Social Media When You Get Engaged

24 feb 2018

6 Things You Should Never Post on Social Media When You Get Engaged


The excitement that comes with getting engaged is usually very unexplainable. Everyone wants to settle down and getting engaged to the one you love after several years of being in a relationship is enough reason for you to be happy. However, you must not allow this excitement make you take some risk that can put your relationship in danger. 

Nowadays, it is very common to post our daily activities on the social media especially those things that make us happy as we’d love to share with friends. Not a bad one though but there should be limitation to some things especially in the aspect of relationship and more importantly getting engaged. 

So, here are 6 things you should consider in regards to posting on social media after you get engaged.

1. To announce or not announce your engagement on social media


It has become a trend for the newly engaged to very quickly take to social media to announce their engagement and show off pictures of their rings forgetting that it is just engagement and not marriage yet, meaning things could still change between them thereby causing embarrassment. It is better to avoid a show off on social media and conclude marital rites before announcing on the social media. Or at least wait a few months for the cooling off period so all parties concerned are not going to have any second thoughts. It is still advisable not to show off their photographs until you both are married. Keep your partner’s photos off prying eyes on social media instead keep them protected.

2. Never post your relationship issues online

You must never post your relationship problems on the social media whether you make it known that you are the party involved or not. People will assume, so avoid talking about heartbreak stories, domestic violence or a story about your past relationship, reduce the time you spend on social media and spend more preparing for your wedding.

3. Avoid posting your wedding plans online


You do not need to carry everyone along with your wedding plans. Therefore, there is no need for you to post your wedding plans online, for example, posting about going cake testing, clothes shopping, meeting a caterer is unnecessary. Keep your ideas between yourself and close relations. Post only necessary contents.

4. Never post pictures of your wedding dress


This is entirely unacceptable; never post photos of your dress before the day no matter how lovely you think it is. Not even the fitting images of showing the dress being made in stages. You must wait until your wedding day before showing it off. Likewise, you mustn’t post pictures of your wedding suits or rings before the wedding. Your dress is meant to be unveiled on your wedding day, give your friends something to look forward to, let them be enthusiastic about seeing what your dress will look like and make it a surprise to them.

5. Never talk about how stressed you are

Weddings come with tremendous pressure, and you might be tempted to talk about it online, but that is entirely uncalled for. Keep your complaints off social media, people do not need to know what you go through and are not interested in what you go through, face the stress with smiles.

6. Don't disclose your wedding budget

Avoid posting your budget online, you will spend plenty of money, there is no need trying to impress people by telling them how much you have spent or still spending, it is probably not their business.

Getting engaged no doubt brings great joy, but you must try to keep a little distance from social media and have some privacy. This will help keep your marriage plans safe.


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