5 of the Most Creative Wedding Hashtags We’ve Heard

Coming up with a wedding hashtag can be a major challenge — you have to make sure it’s easy to remember, makes sense for your wedding, and that no one else has used it. Tricky, right?

Well, considering how tough it can be, we’re amazed by some of the super creative hashtags nearlyweds come up with these days. See how these five clever couples worked their names and wedding date into memorable hashtags.

#BROANDBUG
Shawn Johnson and soon-to-be hubbie, Andrew East are getting ready to tie the knot this April. Their caption says it all, “As cheesy as cheddar but it’s our nicknames for each other.” We are totally swooning over this adorable hashtag—and nicknames and they’re the perfect fix if you both have particularly hard to work name combos!

#KeepingUpWithTheKennedys

Got a last name that starts with a K? Can’t get enough of Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney? Steal their TV show’s moniker and replace Kardashian with your own name, like Lacey and Luke did for their wedding earlier this year.

#MainSqueeze2015

When your name is part of a cheeky pet name, how could you NOT use it in your wedding hashtag? This Reddit user married a man whose last name is Main — so “Main Squeeze” fit perfectly for their 2015 wedding.

#JemilyGetMarried
Can’t find a pun in your name? Steal Brangelina’s style and merge yours to make a new couple name! That’s what Jeff and Emily did for their wedding last year.

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#IHearWeddingLaBelles and #WintersOver
This newly engaged couple’s two great wedding hashtags come from their last names! His name is LaBelle, so a wedding bell pun was perfect. As for the second tag? The bride-to-be’s last name is Winters (for now!).

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While these word-play hashtags are tons of fun, there’s nothing wrong with keeping it simple! You can’t go wrong with a combination of your names and wedding date.

Read more social media tips from Loverly!

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