Every wedding has a punny #hashtag to go along with the nuptials. Wedding hashtag’s have become so important that some people have made careers out of coming up with the social media staple.
Couples want their hashtag to be memorable and original. The originality is usually the easiest because most hashtags involve the bride and/or grooms last names.
So if you have a great last name the puns are going to be easy, but if your last name is long and complicated to pronounce creating the perfect wedding hashtag is going to be a lot harder than usual.
On Friday Twitter user @gracerandles tweeted about a huge fear of hers about her future wedding hashtag.
what if my future husbands last name doesn't make a cute pun for our wedding hashtag…… like this is the stuff that keeps me up at night
— GRACE (@gracerandles) July 28, 2017
Her tweet blew up, because turns out she’s not alone. But this one response was golden. Steven Kleinschmidt quote tweeted her tweet and added “I wanna apologize now to my future wife,” because of his last name.
I wanna apologize now to my future wife https://t.co/Qbq7B4BjaN
— Steven Kleinschmidt (@StevenMK30) July 29, 2017
Since then it’s been Twitter’s mission to come up with pun filled wedding hashtags for Steven and his future wife. At first glance is seems like Kleinschmidt is a lost cause, but the internet really pulled through. The responses are really clever.
Kleinshmidt-ten with you….get it? Smitten? Ha ha I'm funny
— madison speed ♡ (@madi_elysee) July 29, 2017
#CommitToKleinschmidt ur welcome
— Kennedy Kolb (@kennedyklaire) July 30, 2017
"love is patient, love is Kleinschmidt"#loveiskleinschmidt
— Noah🧢 (@ncookdrum) July 30, 2017
This one is my personal favorite.
#gettinghitchedtokleinschmidt. Done ✅
— Jacqueline Kremer (@jay_quellin19) July 30, 2017
#WeAreTakingHerLastName is a great standard hashtag when all the other puns fall flat. Or you can just ask Twitter to help come up with your wedding hashtag because clearly they’re really good at it.