Are you still struggling to think of that perfect wedding hashtag for yourself—or maybe your friend or daughter? Maybe you have a few ideas but nothing feels just right. Or maybe you feel like you don’t even know where to start. I’m here with a little inspiration and 5 places to find wedding hashtag ideas.
If you’ve read some of our other posts, you’ve probably already started by writing down the names you’re using along with any other details you might want to include. The venue, the year, nicknames, your favorite sports or hobbies, any of these things could go on this list. Once you have your starter list, you can add to it by visiting…
Rhymer has a good description of different types of rhymes, including end rhymes, double rhymes, and more. You can enter your name (or part of your name) and choose which type of rhyme you’re looking for. Keep track of the rhyming words that you want to work with by adding them to your list. We’ll talk more about how you can use them.
With some names it’ll be easier to find a near rhyme, a word that sounds similar but isn’t an exact rhyme to your name. You can find those at RhymeZone. Simply enter your name or word and choose the second option, Find near rhymes, from the pulldown list.
RhymeZone has lots of other great searches you can do, too—and here’s where your list of rhymes starts to come in handy. Common phrases are perfect starting points for hashtags, and the phrase search in RhymeZone is a great place to find them. Do a search that uses your name or one of the rhymes you’ve found. Again, make sure to write down any of the rhymes or phrases that you like!
The Free Dictionary
To get more sayings that include your name or the words that rhyme with it, make sure you look at idioms. We often start at The Free Dictionary. You can also look through idioms at The Idiom Connection, where they have idioms organized alphabetically and also into categories like love and relationship idioms, heart idioms, and more.
If you’re specifically looking for a punny hashtag, you may want to go straight to PunGenerator. Enter your name and it will come up with many pun possibilities from rhyme and near-rhyming words. (Hope you’re still writing down the ones you like!)
If you’re looking for alliteration in your hashtags—words with the same first letter as your name—I love looking at these positive word lists at the Systemagic Motives site. You can browse them alphabetically to match the first letter, or if you’re just looking for happy words to include, check out categories like Romantic Adjectives.
Still wondering what to do with all these lists of ideas? Our post about fun and punny wedding hashtags will walk you through all the steps, and even shares a worksheet you can download and use to collect your best ideas.
Bonus: Tag Along Lovely on Facebook
I know, I know. I’ve mentioned it before, but there are some very creative people there and they share some fantastic ideas! If you’re still looking for help, please answer the simple questions and join us.