How to Create the Best Hashtag for your Wedding

Published on: December 11, 2019 ,

creative hashtags for weddings

Hashtags are not only a great way to interact with your guests on your wedding day, they’re also a fun and engaging way to share your journey leading up to the celebration.

Whether you’re cake tasting, looking at venues or saying yes to the dress, your wedding hashtag is a creative way to share and keep track of your wedding adventure!

The earlier you decide on a hashtag, the more wedding details you can share with friends and family online.

Need help choosing the perfect hashtag for your wedding? Let the wedding professionals at The Historic Post Office help. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Start with the Basics

When brainstorming a hashtag, start with the easy details.

A wedding hashtag can be a mix of you and your spouses’ first and last names, wedding date, venue, city you are getting married in, and any other relevant details of your wedding theme.

Or if you and your partner have nicknames, inside jokes, or share the same favorite movies and songs, include those on the list, too. These small details really allow you to be creative with your branded hashtag and make the process a lot of fun.

There are a few basic rules to hashtags you’ll want to follow:

  • Don’t use overcomplicated or hard to spell words.
  • Capitalize each word of the hashtag for ease of understanding.
  • Hashtags can only contain letters, numbers and underscores. Stay away from symbols (like &) and other special characters to avoid a break in your hashtag.

Keep it Simple

If you want guests to use your hashtag, it’s best to keep it simple.

Remember, you want your friends and loved ones to also capture the memories by being present in the moment rather than glued to their phones.

Here are a few examples of quick and easy hashtags:

  • #JoshAndLisaSayIDo
  • #WilsonPartyOfTwo
  • #HappilyEverAtwood
  • #RachelAndBeck2019
  • #TraylorWedding2020

Make it Fun with a Destination

Eloping on a mountain or having a destination wedding? Use the location along with last names to create an inventive and fun hashtag.

Check out these destination hashtags for inspiration:

  • #JamaicanMeTracy
  • #LoveInTheWoods
  • #ThomasMountainLove
  • #ComingHomeASimmons

Get Punny with a Play on Words

Looking to create a unique and memorable hashtag? Think outside the box and incorporate favorite movies, quotes, songs or inside jokes to make it specific to your relationship.

Here are a few punny ones to get you started:

  • #WimerTimer
  • #LoveAtFirstKnight
  • #That’sAMoore
  • #MossBeLove
  • #WereGettingHutched
  • #WedLongAndProsper
  • #OneHaleOfAWedding

Don’t be Afraid to Ask for Help

If you have trouble coming up with a hashtag, don’t fret!

Seek inspiration from the wedding party or family and friends. Hold a contest on social media, or post to wedding forums for creative help.

If you still don’t land on THE hashtag, freelancers would love to help create one, or there are free wedding hashtag generators available.

Share Your Hashtag Everywhere

Once you and your partner have decided on a hashtag, it’s now time to share.

Add your hashtag to your bridal shower invite, save the date invites, bachelorette party, rehearsal dinner and of course, the wedding.

This will give your guests the opportunity to join in on the celebration all the way to the Honeymoon.

Let The Historic Post Office Join in on The Hashtag Fun

Getting hitched? Come celebrate your love at The Historic Post Office wedding venue.

Everything from our hardwood floors, modern, elegant chandeliers, Bridal Suite and The Speakeasy Lounge are an Instagrammable dream. We even have our own hashtag to incorporate: #OttawaHistoricPostOffice.

See how others used their wedding hashtags on our Instagram.

Or come see this amazing venue in person by scheduling a tour. Simply email info@historicpostoffice.com or call 913.305.7172 to learn more.