click I love weddings. I love social media. So, it should come as no surprise that I am way into wedding hashtags. I’m not the only one. Since the first wedding hashtag was (possibly) created in 2009, social media savvy brides have spent hours brainstorming with their friends on the perfect hashtag to capture their wedding planning process from proposal to honeymoon.
go site The wedding industry brings in a reported $55 billion every year. Though there isn’t any specific data out there, experts believe that wedding hashtags have added to this market. Couples buy all kinds of product and print items displaying their unique hashtag. Some services charge up to $400 for cards featuring the hashtags.
In light of the popularity of wedding hashtags, I was inspired to create some for my favorite TV characters. Plot twist: it’s Friends. The group goes through a lot of relationships, so I only captured the most important couples, memorable, or actually married couples.
Phoebe + Duncan: #CapadesCharade
Ross + Carol: #GoingGeller
Rachel + Barry: #Couldn’tLoveYouFarber
Carol + Susan: #LoveYouABunch
Barry + Mindy: #FarberDDSPartyofTwo
Chandler + Janice: #OhMyBing
Phoebe + David: #DaveMinskHerAway
|Monica + Richard: #MakingItBurke
Ross + Emily: #SmittenBritain
Ross + Rachel: #RachFoundHerLobster
Monica + Chandler: #BingHaveHerARing
Phoebe + Mike: #HanniganCanAgain
Joey + 👰🏽: #TribbianiTime
Frank + Alice: #BuffayBuffet
Do you have any better hashtag suggestions? Feel free to add your ideas in the comments! For tips creating your own wedding hashtag check out this article from The Knot.