Which Way Should You Announce Your Engagement?

Which Way Should You Announce Your Engagement?

First off, congratulations! You and your beloved are about to embark on one of life’s greatest journeys together! One of the most important steps you need to take after getting engaged is announcing the big news. Of course, you have more options than ever for telling everyone the great news. But which method is right for you? See our pros and cons list below:

In Cyberspace

This is by far the most popular way for couples to announce their engagement in the modern world. It’s quick, efficient, and allows couples to get creative. Whether you’re posting a classic ring selfie on Instagram or crafting a singular post that is sure to turn heads (photoshopped movie posters are always a big hit), it’s important to ensure that your VIP friends and family know about the engagement beforehand. While creative and fun, announcing your engagement globally on social media can be viewed as impersonal.

In the Mail

No, we’re not talking about your inbox! In this day and age, digital communication is more prevalent than ever. The plus side? Getting something from friends and family via snail mail can feel special. Send a postcard with your engagement pictures on it or a letter detailing your engagement story to your friends and loved ones. The only problem with this method is that it can be expensive once you add printing and mailing costs into the mix.

In a Personalized Email

Snail mail too expensive or just not your thing? Keep it simple and send out the announcement in a well-written email to your nearest and dearest. If you want to take things a step further, seek out an email creation service to create an e-announcement that are as visually stimulating as a mailed piece (minus the hefty price tag)! Just make sure that all of your friends and loved ones check their inboxes frequently.

In the Paper

If you’re one of those people that just wants to shout their love to the world, then consider getting your engagement announced in the paper. This move might be considered old fashioned to some, but it’s perfect for anyone considering having a vintage-style wedding. It will set the tone from the beginning. The best part? Once the paper is printed, you can grab a few copies to send out to some of your closest friends and family.

In the Flesh

Surprise your friends and loved ones with an in-person announcement. After all, there’s nothing quite like seeing the look on their faces when you tell them! This is perfect if you want to get a sneak peek at everyone’s reaction. If geography prevents you from doing this, consider subbing in a video call instead. Just make sure it’s the appropriate time to steal the spotlight.

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