4 Ways to Keep Smartphones and Social Media from Ruining a Wedding
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Brides and grooms are wise to worry about cellphones ringing, chiming and generally creating a nuisance on the big day.
Wedding Paper Divas, a Sunnyvale, Calif., wedding services company, says that seven out of 10 Twitter users admit tweeting during a wedding service, while five in 10 said they "checked in" on Facebook (FB) while attending wedding nuptials.
- The average wedding guest shares 22 photos to social-media sites like Facebook and Foursquare.
- 40% of wedding guests post with a specific hashtag when sharing comments and photos on Twitter.
All that social media sharing via smartphone can ruin a wedding ceremony, and not just because a phone may ring or chime during a ceremony for an incoming call or text.
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