» Engaged Couples Don’t Just Like, They Love Snapchat!

snapchat-geofilters

Snapchat is a quickly growing social media site — and the favorite site of many of your current (and future) couples! In fact, it’s the top social site in growth this year, and 10 billion photos and videos are being shared on the site daily! As social sharing moves more visual than ever before and video grows in importance, getting comfortable on visual-first social sites like Snapchat is important.

One of the biggest social trends we have seen this year is that many weddings are getting shared live on Snapchat. From venue details to behind the scenes looks at the wedding party to the reception celebrations and speeches — couples and their guests are sharing the full wedding experience with their followers.

Couples love to see their day celebrated by their guests, and also want their wedding experience to be special. A great way to encourage posts and customization is by adding a Snapchat Geofilter for their wedding day. To help, WeddingWire has made it easy for couples to pick a design and get it set up with Snapchat for their big day with our free Geofilter designs!

How to Geofilters work? Couples can simply select their favorite design, and easily click through to set it up on Snapchat by uploading their design, picking a time and geofence for the filter and then submitting it to Snapchat for approval (there is a fee required by Snapchat).

If you haven’t set up a Snapchat account, we encourage you to give it a try! If you would like to start posting on Snapchat for your business, focus on becoming a storyteller for your business and authentically capture content in the moment. Share behind-the-scenes photos and videos of you wedding prep, peeks at your daily lives, and of course the beautiful finished product of your work. To grow a following, cross-promote your Snapchat account across your marketing materials and other social channels. Learn more about Snapchat Marketing by reading this recent post!

Photo by Krista A. Jones Photography