For members of the media

Washingtonian Bride & GroomWith This Tweet, I Thee Wed?

Refinery29: “‘The digital age has made tech a key guest at most weddings,’ says Faith Popcorn. ‘Why not have a social media maid/man of honor (similar to tweeters of honor, but broader in scope), to make sure no big moment goes undocumented?’ You can even hire a social media maven from a company like Tweet the Bride, Kim Forrest of Wedding Wire says.”

NPR: Tweet the Bride founder Sophie Pyle joins a panel discussing party planning and major milestones in the digital age.

WeddingWire’s Winter Book, Winter 2015: 50 Wedding Ideas You Haven’t Seen Yet

CNN & Affiliate Stations: CNN correspondent Karin Caifa takes a look at social media etiquette for wedding guests and the bride and groom.

Sunrise Australia: Couples are increasingly hiring a social media concierge to manage their big day. Sunrise Australia speaks to founder of ‘Tweet the Bride’ Sophie Pyle.

Bridal Rebellion Podcast: Sophie discusses wedding hashtags on the modern and off-beat Bridal Rebellion podcast.

Guest of a Guest: “You’ve picked out the flowers, your dress, a venue – and all that’s left is a wedding hashtag and a social media artist from Tweet the Bride to capture it all on Instagram and Twitter…Tweet the Bride, the D.C.-born wedding social media company, is now covering weddings in and near New York City.”

Racked DC: “It’s one of the most important, most beautiful days of your life, and you’ve spent hours sweating the details. Now do you really want to leave the Instagramming of your wedding to your drunk friends? Enter journalist and photographer Sophie Pyle’s new venture Tweet The Bride, a D.C.-based company that will flood Instagram and Twitter feeds with gorgeous, hashtagged photos of your wedding, all in real time.”

InTheCapital: “…Brides and grooms who want their perfect day to look just as good online have a professional option. D.C.-based Tweet the Bride is a new service providing a social media manager to cover everything from the first spritz of hairspray to the last glass of champagne for digital posterity.”