Hashtag Hell: #SomethingCatchy #GottaBeUnique #ThisSucks
It’s ridiculous when I acknowledge the fact that the first hurdle I tried to jump was nailing down our wedding hashtag. I just knew we wanted the hashtag to match the website and I knew that once we had that it would somehow seem more real. To make things more difficult, I was really hung up on Germain and his now-wife Jayne’s excellent play on the #meant2b tag: #JandGmeant2b.
#RandTmeant2b (a death knoll for my creative reputation).
So, I turned to Wedding Wire’s generator.
- #RobinlovesTaran (Indeed, but vague)
- #TaranWedsRobin (True, but on the nose)
- #RothmanandLopezGetHitched (True, but boring)
- #tandrSayIDo (We do, but boring)
- #TheLophmans (LOL!)
- #BonVoyageRobinandTaran (Pleasant, but inaccurate)
- #AdiosRothman (Ominous!)
- #LopezandRothmanForPresident (Wait, what?)
- #AllAboutTheLopezes (It’s really not)
- #theLopezes (You have no idea)
- #HappyToBeALopez (No name change)
- #LopezItUp (I said, no name change!)
- #CheerstotheLopezes (This is ridiculous…ly misogynistic since they assume I’m marrying a man and taking his name.)
So it was totally up to us. A (shower generated) brainstorm list ensued including variations of wedding, marriage, nuptials, hitched, vows, i do, tie the knot, as well as Robin and Taran and our portmanteau Ropez.
Then it happened.