You can pay someone to make a hashtag for your wedding #ofcourse

You can pay someone to make a hashtag for your wedding #ofcourse. Millennial weddings come with a basically compulsory social media component these days, and one woman is taking advantage. She'd also seen the rise of the wedding hashtag, a short phrase that's usually an overly cutesy blend of the bride and groom's names or a trying-too-hard nod to how they met. If you've been to a wedding in the last few years, you'll know it. The wedding hashtag can be found on everything, starting with invitations and the wedding website, and then plastered onto napkins, photo booth pictures and and centerpiece displays at the reception. They've become as expected as a bouquet toss. Image: Katie Kett Photography Wakim started offering to help some of her many soon-to-be-married friends come up with something clever for the special day's Instagram posts, and she realized she could monetize the phenomenon. The simplest start at $40, while $115 gives couples three options, plus two more for any bachelor and bachelorette parties. "People can't think of that notch-more clever of word play," she told Mashable in a phone call Friday. "People are always trying to add a really personal touch to their day," Wakim said, which she thinks makes her service that much more appealing.

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You can now pay someone to come up with your wedding hashtag.
You can now pay someone to come up with your wedding hashtag.

Millennial weddings come with a basically compulsory social media component these days, and one woman is taking advantage.

After dealing with wedding overload (19 ceremonies over the past two years), Los Angeles-based magazine editor Marielle Wakim had witnessed her fair share of bridal processions, wedding veils and best man toasts.

She’d also seen the rise of the wedding hashtag, a short phrase that’s usually an overly cutesy blend of the bride and groom’s names or a trying-too-hard nod to how they met.

If you’ve been to a wedding in the last few years, you’ll know it. The wedding hashtag can be found on everything, starting with invitations and the wedding website, and then plastered onto napkins, photo booth pictures and and centerpiece displays at the reception.

They’ve become as expected as a bouquet toss.

Image: Katie Kett Photography

Wakim started offering to help some of her many soon-to-be-married friends come up with something clever for the special day’s Instagram posts, and she realized she could monetize the phenomenon.

Last month, Wakim launched “Happily Ever #Hashtagged,” with package deals for her hashtag-making services. The simplest start at $40,…

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