I do like that idea, I think I feel like I'd rather put it in a nice frame and just have one at a table, I'm sure it's not something that would be left unmentioned to anyone who isn't in sight of it maybe?
She and my family all know that I do not want to be on FB in any way shape or form, and it's funny because they won't ask for the pics to be removed by this family member and insist I have to ask
But my mother said if I do that, people will only want to put them on FB more
That tells me they don't take you seriously and don't respect your wishes. You will have to be assertive in getting your message across. If the offending family member won't take the pictures down, consider un-inviting them to the wedding.
Oh I like the program idea as well! I actually saw a template online with a blurb about please not sharing photos on social networking sites, so I felt like that's cool, someone else is giving it a shot! But... I did the programs already too >_<
Thats why I like your idea of placecards so much, I think I might do just one in a frame, give it a shot and hope word of mouth takes care of the rest.
I think the offending relative doesn't know how I feel (although I am vocal at times about it), but I can tell you, my mom and sister certainly did NOTHING to help me.. I mean, it was totally by chance that I saw those pics, otherwise I never would have known! I'm going to give her a call later.
Anyway, thanks for your suggestions I appreciate it :-) I will give it a whirl!
Thank you for this thread! I deleted my account almost two months ago. I wondered if I were the only one that now HATES FaKebook? I had an account for two years and was addicted. Believe me when I say "no I don't have FaKebook" I am proud.
I'm so glad that this thread is here! I've been adamantly against Facebook for awhile now; and do not have an account. I just don't deem it as being necessary, and I feel as though it is somewhat invasive. When I was younger, I was almost addicted to social networking sites; at least it felt as such. It wasn't healthy. When I became older and more experienced with life, I realized that some amount of private space helps create a more healthy balance. Hence, no Facebook. Horrah to us!!!