The Thompsons wedding is soon approaching. You’re busy planning what seems to be like a never-ending list of things for your big day.
One aspect you will need to consider is your social media. More specifically, your hashtags.
How your bridal party and guests can tag all those special moments for your big day!
They will enable you to instantly view any photo that has been tagged, and moreover, you’ll have an instant collection to refer to following your special day.
The problem is; that it can be challenging to think of your own.
So I have compiled a list of the best wedding hashtags for your Thompson wedding!
Wedding Hashtags For Thompson
Classic Thompson Wedding Hashtags
First Name-Based Wedding Hashtags
- [Brides First Name]Chooses[GroomsFirstName]
- #[GroomsFirstName][Brides First Name]HappilyEverAfter
- [Brides First Name]FoundHerMan
- [Brides First Name]Locked#[GroomsFirstName]Down
Maiden Name-Based Wedding Hashtags
- #ThompsonHearts[Brides Maiden Name]
- #Thompson[Brides Maiden Name]
- #Thompson[Brides Maiden Name]TieTheKnot
- #ThompsonMarries[Grooms Surname]
- [Brides Maiden Name]ToThompson
- #[Brides Maiden Name]FallenFor
Fun Thompson Wedding Hashtags
Romantic Thompson Wedding Hashtags
- #ThompsonsEst. [WeddingDate]
How To Make Your Own Thompson Hashtags
Coming up with your own hashtag is relatively easy when you know how.
My suggestions below will help give you the inspiration you need to come up with something purposeful, effective and unique!
Use Buzz Words
The best way to start with wedding hashtags is to pull together a collection of buzzwords.
You can then simply add in your names (last or first name, too).
For instance, here are some great buzz terms to leverage:
The best wedding hashtags are personal to the couple; so they could include details that set them apart from other Thompson couples out there.
You could consider adding details such as:
- Nicknames (e.g. #Johneva)
- Wedding Location (e.g. #ThompsonGetHitchedInCA)
- Wedding Theme (#ThompsonBohoWedding)
- Wedding Date (#ThompsonMarryOn101022)
Think A Little Differently
The best way to come up with a hashtag is to include aspects others may not have considered.
Not only is this generally more fun, but it lowers the chance of other married couples using your hashtag too!
Keep It Memorable & Simple
Your hashtag should also be memorable and relatively short and catchy to ensure all of your guests remember it!
Try not to use complicated words, and be sure to separate words with capitals.
Testing your hashtag ahead of time will ensure not only that you like it, but that it hasn’t been used before.
Perhaps add some photos from your engagement, wedding planning, safe pictures from the bachelorette party, etc.
This will also give guests a glimpse and insight of you as a couple ads an added bonus!
Choose & Commit
Once you are relatively happy with a hashtag, pick one and stick with it. Don’t change at any point as this will defeat the purpose and scatter your photos on social media.
Besides, it can cause confusion as to what to tag, waste important time and just be an unnecessary stress.
Get It Out There
Once committed, be sure to let everyone know about it.
Be sure to include it on your wedding stationery and make sure it is clearly visible to guests at the wedding venue!
How To Use Your Thompson Wedding Hashtag
With your Thompson’s hashtag chosen; it’s time to begin using it!
Here are some simple ways to get it out there:
- Add to your wedding stationery- save the dates, wedding invites or even wedding thank you cards.
- Add to your wedding website,
- Print onto your guest book,
- Print onto your food menus
- Print onto your wedding programs
- Add to your reception tables,
- Add to any wedding favors.
Hey, I’m Allison – a recent bride, an expectant mother and the chief editor here at Everlasting Occasion. Here I document all the knowledge and experience I accumulated while researching and planning my dream wedding and ahead of our new baby. Here, I try to answer those many questions couples have when planning their dream wedding, while equally, helping expectant parents ahead of their new arrival!