Social media is a perfect combination of cute and annoying things. People literally post everything they do. Basically, their whole life is on social media. It’s annoying when a couple keeps posting about their relationship and it gets even more annoying when they get engaged. We all understand that it’s a very big news and you are excited to share it with your friends but there is a way to share your excitement without annoying your friends and family. Follow some simple guidelines and save your friends from getting annoyed.
Congratulations! You’re engaged. But before you share your excitement on social media, here are the annoying things you should avoid posting.
1. The BFF logic
Your fiance is your best friend, we get that. But like, is he really? It’s kind of a slap in the face of your besties who were always with you in your good and bad times even before your soulmate came in your life. Your best friends on social media know a lot about you and putting a fake BFF will definitely annoy them. Marrying best friend? Huh!
2. Zoomed in picture of your engagement ring
Never post a zoomed in picture of your engagement ring as nobody wants to see a big ring flashing on their timeline all the time. Your friends can easily figure out if you are just bragging about it or showing the true excitement. Instead, use a cute picture of you two holding each other’s hands and make sure the ring is far enough to give out any detail.
3. Updating a new profile picture every day
Yes, everybody knows that you both love each other unconditionally but there is always a way to express things. Do not update your profile pic every single day as there are people who find it over the top and trust me, they make fun of you behind your back. It’s for you to cherish, you don’t really have to show off every single time.
4. The ‘WE’ & ‘US’ couple
It’s cute when you refer you and your fiance as ‘us’ but marrying someone doesn’t mean you lose your individual identity. Sometimes the statements starting with ‘we’ can be too much. Always know where to draw the line, there is nothing called as ‘a joint account’ in social media.
5. Putting a profile picture of your fiance
Profile picture has a purpose and you can’t simply change it with your fiance’s picture. It is meant for you to showcase who you are.