Why Your Wedding Needs A Snapchat Filter!
Author of post: Imani Henderson
Snapchat geofilters are the hottest trend in the wedding industry this year. Snapchat allows people to purchase a temporary geofilter for a location that they choose. According to Business Insider, 158 million people are using Snapchat every day. These users check snapchat 18 times a day on average. Add spice to your wedding by letting technology give your wedding a twist.
What is snapchat?
Snapchat is an image and video messaging that allows people to publicly and privately interact using a variety of filters.
What is a geofilter?
Snapchat allows brides to pay for temporary placement on the app, where you can create a filter, map out an area, and then click on “Create Now.”
How can you get a snapchat filter?
Go to this page and click “Create Now.” Snapchat will give you the option to upload your own design, or you can choose one of their pre-made wedding templates. Next, they will ask you to map out a location for your wedding location. This is where you pick a time and location for your wedding. The options that you select here will determine your price for your snapchat geofilter. Filters displaying at smaller locations (ex. Wedding chapels) will cost less than weddings that are at large banquet centers. Lastly, make your purchase; once you do this, snapchat will take up to a day to review your geofilter. Did yours not get approved? Check out the top reasons why your snapchat filters don’t get approved.
Are you an exclusive bride that sets her own trends? A custom snapchat geofilter may be an option for you. iSocialPR creates custom snapchat filter for progressive brides like you. Are you a progressive bride? Contact us to learn more about a snapchat filter for your wedding day.
ABOUT AUTHOR OF THIS POST: Imani Henderson is the founder of iSocialPR, a social media marketing company that helps event planners increase sales through social media. She has a background as an event planner and has used social media marketing to book clients and grow her business. Sharing her knowledge, she has served as VP of Social Media Marketing for the Event Planners Association – Detroit Chapter and spoken on several panels about the power of social media.