Should you post engagement on social media?

Yes, it’s exciting. And, yes, you should feel free to share the footage of the big moment on social media if you choose to do so, but be careful not to go overboard. Wagner recommends holding back and instead posting more of the actual wedding.

What to post on social media when you get engaged?

Cute Engagement Captions

  • The easiest “Yes” I’ve ever said.
  • Does this ring make me look engaged?
  • We’ll be the cutest old couple ever.
  • All the feels.
  • We’re getting married (!!!!)
  • The beginning of forever.
  • My person… for life.
  • I said yaaaaaas.

How do I post an engagement on Facebook?

How to increase Facebook engagement: 23 tips that work

  1. Teach, entertain, inform, or inspire. …
  2. Get to know your audience. …
  3. Keep it short. …
  4. Focus on quality. …
  5. Be relatable and human. …
  6. Use (great) images. …
  7. Make a video or broadcast live. …
  8. Ask a question.

WHO announces an engagement?

Traditional engagement etiquette recommends that the bride’s parents be the first to be informed of their daughter’s engagement. Tell them in person, if possible—after all, they’re going to want to hug you and make a fuss! If they live too far away, a phone call is the next-best option. Are your parents divorced?

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