Becoming a Big NO NO..

One of my best friends, Amanda, got married in late August. She wanted a very very tradition beginning to her day where ALL the bridesmaids get ready together at her parents home spending our last TLC moments with the soon to be Mrs. We were all wearing matching shirts and looked so adorable so naturally I started snapping away and posting to Facebook and Instagram (of course trying to limit Amanda's exposure in her pre wedding gear but none the less she happened to be in the back ground of a picture). 

Ton's of couples, 55% actually, request that guest share any moments from the nuptials to their #hashtag but what about the rest? Believe it or not its considered poor form to post pre-wedding and wedding moments without explicit instructions from the bride and groom before hand.

Shocking in this world of lets take a SELFIE phenomenon but it makes so much sense. By blast photos all over social media when your not the star of the day (no matter how awesome your makeup came out)... should be left to the discretion of the newly weds. Its so crazy though how programed we are to snap a picture and post it, and most of the time subconsciously. 

How do we feel about this clover fans??