Tweeting the Wedding Bells

If you have heard the popular phrase, marriages are made in heaven, then you are definitely old school. Things have changed but you haven’t. The theme in vogue goes something like this – marriages are tweeted on twitter.

I ain’t kidding y’all. A couple in the US are planning on getting married through tweets, and the wedding is planned for the coming Saturday – 19th June, 2010 at 4PM CET.

Sara and Paul, the tweet-bride-to-be and tweet-bridegroom-to-be will be united together and twitter will be their engine to broadcast the good news. The wedding will be held in an imaginary Mobile, Alabama. It will be streamed live on Suburban Oblivion and Paul O’Flaherty. The reception, hosted by @wigenout and @imwigen, will be a Tweetup. It will also be live-streamed. The bride and groom are registered at #paul&sara.

The two met over a blog post, argued over each other’s opinions. They started to date, and shortly after, Paul proposed at tweetup. Ever since, they have ventured out together, and run a website as well – Daily Shite.

Abhinav Kaiser

Abhinav Kaiser is an author and a management consultant. He has authored Reinventing ITIL in the Age of DevOps, Become ITIL Foundation Certified in 7 Days and Workshop in a Box: Communication for IT Professionals. He works as an agile/devops coach in one of the top consulting firms. He advises businesses, organizations and enterprises in the areas of DevOps, IT service management and agile project management frameworks.

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