From deciphering which caption and hashtag best describes their boundless love, to capturing an effortless, nonchalant photo with their new finance, there’s a lot to consider.
Living in a connected, digital age, new stats show creating an ‘Insta-worthy’ wedding is one of the biggest stresses plaguing local brides.
For Rosie, it was important to keep her wedding photogenic, as it gave her a treasure-trove of memories to look back on when she scrolled through her Instagram feed.
“An ‘Insta-worthy’ wedding is all about making it unique. It should be a well-lit and a photogenic set up, with a couple of focal points as well as having aesthetic colours,” said Rosie.
Quirky, photogenic and hash-tagged, ‘Insta-worthy’ weddings can come at a hefty price, setting some couples back more than one $100,000.
While some brides spend up big, Rosie said you can make a wedding ‘Insta-worthy’ with any budget by doing your research with dress designs and the odd DIY job.
When guests arrived at Rosie and husband Danny’s reception they were greeted with an eye-catching, 10-metre-high, gold archway covered in white roses and surrounded by sheer curtains.