It’s long past time for another hashtag post! A few months ago we started sharing ideas for readers who had asked for help in the blog comments. As we noted then, we get lots of requests for help here at the blog, mostly from couples in search of hashtag inspiration. Occasionally we comment back, but since the original posters don’t always return to the comments, we think this is a better way to share the suggestions.
If you’re looking for help, have you joined our Facebook group? You can get creative ideas from over three thousand members. (Yes, 3,000! And no, I can’t believe it either!)
But I’m also going to continue these posts, responding to some of the comments and sharing how I came up with the ideas. Today I’m sharing 28 more hashtag ideas for the names Bellamy, Cooper, and Wenck. Thank you for sharing your challenges with us!
Hashtag ideas for Bellamy
Sara says: I need a wedding hashtag. Can someone help please? New last name will be Bellamy
For names with multiple syllables, we usually start by choosing just one of them. So for example, let’s start with “bell” Some common phrases with “bell” include saved by the bell, clear as a bell, ringing the bell, and jingle bells. Substitute Bellamy and you’ll get:
Choose a word that rhymes with “bell” for additional phrases. For example, “hell” gives us highway to hell, hell on earth, hell bent for love, hell of a day, catching hell, and hell yes. Fill in Bellamy (or shorten to Bell) for:
Next I’m going to look at the end of the name. The “y” sound is the same as the ending of “happily” or “only” or “hopelessly” or “deeply”, so we sub in Bellamy and get:
#OneAndOnlyBellamy or #OneAndBellamy
And finally, a little alliteration gets us #BlissfullyBellamy.
Hashtag ideas for Cooper
Molly says: Hashtag for Cooper ? I’ll become a Cooper.
Once again we’re going to break this name apart. The “Coop” part sounds like “scoop,” which gives us the phrases scoop it up and what’s the scoop. Substitute Cooper or Coop and we get:
The end of the name is the beginning of “perfect,” so we can substitute (or add) and get:
Looking at other “c” words (that happen to end with “per”) and we get “camper” and the phrase happy camper; substitute Cooper and we get my favorite:
Finally, the name rhymes with “super” which gives us super duper and Super Bowl. Substitute Cooper and we’ll get:
Ideas for Wenck
Michelle says: Help need some ideas for this tough one
Bride name: Jennifer Mote
Groom’s Name: Tony Wenck
For this name we’re going to start by dropping the “ck” sound and finding phrases for “when.” Then we’ll substitute Wenck to get:
Then we’re going to use a near rhyme with the word “wink” to find additional phrases. When we substitute Wenck our hashtags are:
Search for more phrases with a word that rhymes with wink (think) and we’ll get:
That’ll do it today, but please let me know if you find this helpful! We’ll be posting more hashtag ideas soon. If you’d like to be featured and see a few possible ideas, you can leave your hashtag challenge in the comments of any post here at Tag Along Lovely.
And of course if you have other ideas for these three names, we’d love to see your ideas in the comments below! Thanks for reading.
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