Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
So, you got the ring and the love of your life. You called your mom, dad, sister, brother, best friends, grandparents, cousins, and a whole list of other important people in your life. But now it's time to announce to the rest of the world that you are engaged. For the social media savvy bride, Instagram is the new golden standard for engagement announcements. And whether you have 50, 500 or 5,000 followers, you still want the best post you can possibly have. Here are our favorite ideas on how to share with the world that you are #Engaged.
Include Your Soon-to-be
Becoming engaged is one of the most exciting moments for both you and your fiance. Why not take this opportunity to remind everyone why you two are perfect for each other?
Where It All Went Down
Where you got engaged is significant place for your finance and you; whether you took a trip to Paris or went to the beach down the road, it works as the perfect background for your new engagement ring.
Man's Best Friend
You may have owned your dog before you two met, or maybe you adopted the little guy together, or maybe it was part of your engagement! No matter how the fur ball ended up in your life, there is a growing trend to include them in your engagement announcement! (And who doesn't love these cute faces!?)
Keep It Simple
Sometimes simple is best. In these engagement announcements the sole focus is on the ring and the engagement itself!
Congratulations on being #Engaged!
Have a case of the Mondays? We know how you feel. But we promise you will feel much better once you watch this video of 4-year-old Jojo explaining to her dad that he has no idea what weddings look like. She is every bit of sassy that we wish we could be and every bit of adorable. With almost 600,000 views in a week this video is a must watch and we guarantee you will love Jojo just as much as we do!
As Clare and her father waited to walk down the aisle of St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Geoff couldn't suppress a beaming smile from his face. The guests loved watching the flower girl and ring bearer being pulled in a small wagon, but they quickly fell silent when Clare appeared at the end of the aisle. The ceremony ended in applause, which didn't stop throughout the rest of the night. At every event including the couple's introduction, the first dance, and Clare's father's speech the guests applauded and cheered! We enjoyed every second of this wedding purely because of the true joy that radiated from the newlyweds and guests alike.
Clare and Geoff - thank you so much for including the Kyle Michelle team in your big day, we wish you a lifetime of happiness together!