Unplugged or plugged in? Technology is a huge part of our day-to-day life, and social media is a great way to share the special event with your loved ones. Some photographers, such as Bradley King at Secondline Photography, offer selfie booths as add-ons to their main photo packages. Suggest a hashtag for linking Twitter and Instagram posts as a way to visually document the engagement, wedding, honeymoon and more. Savvy couples will do research to make sure theirs is unique. Instead of #MrandMrsSmith try something like #C>ableforTwo or #J&J TakeThePlunge. However, proceed with caution, because if you encourage the use of social media during the wedding, you risk a party with more people playing on their phones than actually enjoying the event. Photographer Sandra O'Claire offers a cautionary tale: One unlucky bride had a guest with a selfie stick protruding into the aisle while the bride walked down the aisle. #lame. Don't be that girl — or that guy.