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Snapchat is fast becoming one of the most used multimedia mobile application in the world. According to statistics, users of the application sent over 2 billion videos daily as at May 2015.
With Snapchat, you can shoot videos and share pleasant memories with friends and also be used capturing precious memories. For most people, a wedding day is one of the happiest periods of their lives and with Snapchat, you can share real-time stories at the wedding and have fun while at it. How do you do this? Jumia Travel shows you how.
Give guests a virtual tour
We are in a digital age and your friends should be on social media; Snapchat inclusive. So, on the morning of your wedding, you can give the invited guests a virtual tour of the venue. You can show them event centre, where to park, where the reception will take and if you want where to place their gifts. Unknown to you, you are making good efforts to ensure that everything is smooth for your guests even if you do it virtually.
Hand Snapchat over to a trusted guest
If you want to get the best out of Snapchat, you must hand over your phone to your friend who could take all the important snaps of the wedding and post it online. Doing this will ensure that you do not miss the important moments of the best day of your life.
Send a Virtual “wish you were here” Snap
Not everyone will be able to attend your wedding. So, to inform them that you have them in mind, you can send them a wish you were here Snap. It will not be a bad idea if they also snap you bad!
When the wedding comes to an end, you can send out a quick wedding highlight through photo snaps of decorations and even your beautiful dress. This will give your invitees a chance to relive their favorite wedding moments and memories.
Send a Quick Thank You to Your Guests
The quickest and most creative way to thank your guests is to thank your guests is via Snapchat. A 10 second snap with a few friends will go a long way. You should send it to your friends with Snapchat accounts.