Wedding etiquette advice is only very slowly and somewhat tentatively identifying the few limited areas of technological and social changes etiquette mavens that consider acceptable for weddings. While technology, and the uptake of technology is rapid, nineteenth century manners and technology are still largely regarded to be the norm for weddings, with a 'one-size-fits-all- approach to communicating with guests. This book aims to change that. It will be useful aid to helping social media savvy couples to understand the difference between wedding etiquette and social etiquette together with how the private nature of a wedding confers both rights and responsibilities on the couple and the pros and cons of having an Unplugged Wedding, a Plugged-in Wedding, or a Semi-Unplugged Wedding. It will also be a useful guide to developing and communicating a social media policy for your wedding; to exploiting the potential of both old (paper) and new (digital) ways of communicating with guests, and as an aid to considering the pros and cons of various technical devices for your wedding, including involving guests and their devices to reduce expenditure.