One Costly Mistake that Wedding Couples Make on their Honeymoon

In all the excitement of planning your destination wedding and honeymoon, it's only natural that you may want to share the details with your friends on social media. Sharing with friends was the original purpose for Facebook. We love reading about friends and loved ones that we don’t get to see on a regular basis. We long to share the certain moments of our lives with them and social media provides the opportunity to do so.

However, social media also provides information for those that don’t always have our best interest at heart. Those people troll our posts for vulnerabilities. According to zdnet.com, 80% of robbers check social media networks to see if you are home. To be safe, never post your honeymoon travel dates or details of your destination wedding until you have returned home. It is a safer way to use social media.