Hey! This is me, having a [MOH]ment at my dear friend Dana's wedding in 2015. Photograph by Katie Kett Photography
The poet John Dryden once said that puns are the lowest and most groveling kind of wit. Was he England's first Poet Laureate? Yes. Was he a millennial in search of a clever wedding hashtag? No. And so, I choose to align myself with Alfred Hitchcock, who called puns the highest form of literature (as a full-time magazine editor, I pretty much pun for a living).
If there are two things I love, it's weddings and wordplay. So when wedding hashtags became a thing, it felt natural to marry those two loves (see what I did there?). In 2015, I went to five weddings; I have 14 this year. I come up with personalized hashtags for all of my friends who'll let me, most of which tend to delight the couple and their guests. Seeing as there's no such thing as a punny hashtag generator on the internet, I felt it was time to bring my services to the masses. Welcome to Happily Ever #Hashtagged, and thanks for letting me be part of your day! —Marielle