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11 Super Creative Hashtag Ideas from Real Couples

It’s no secret that I love a wedding hashtag (you can see where I’ve waxed poetic on the subject here and here). The first free evening as a married couple, my husband and I relaxed in bed with leftover wedding cake and perused all of our guests’ photos. It’s one of my favorite memories from the weekend and it couldn’t have happened without the hashtag.

I’m also a fan of hashtags with creative combinations or a play on words. With my partner’s last name being “Knight,” our hashtag was #knightedin2015. Clever, right? We rounded up some of the coolest hashtags we found from around the web to use as inspiration for coming up with the perfect social media moniker for your own day.

Photo by Allan Zepedavia my wedding (!!!) which was featured in our V5 issue, photography by Allan Zepeda, cocktail napkins by Wedding Paper Divas

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via Glamour & Grace, photography by Megan Vaughan

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from Amanda and Christina’s Magical Berkshires Wedding, photography by Love + Perry

Bright-Whimsical-Vintage-Wedding-Hashtagvia The Wedding Playbook, photography by Bless Photography

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via Glamour & Grace, photography by onelove photography

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via 14 Stories, photography by Kate McElwee

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via Smashing the Glass, photography by Weddings by Two

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via Glamour & Grace, photography by Alicia Lacey Photography

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via Wedding Mix

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via Green Wedding Shoes, photography by Noi Tran Photography

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via Glamour & Grace, photography by Magnolia Adams

brittny-drye-love-incBrittny Drye is the founder and editor-in-chief of Love Inc. magazine. A fierce cheerleader for marriage equality, she launched loveincmag.com in 2013 as a way to to celebrate both straight and same-sex love, equally. She lives in New York City with her husband and their cat, Scout.