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Every woman is usually excited when her partner finally pops the question. It is indeed a joyous moment and you can’t wait to share the good news with the world.

But remember, before you start posting a million pictures and posts, there are some things you should absolutely avoid when you put your engagement news out there.

Following these guidelines will keep you on good terms with people and cut down on the amount of smack-talking your friends will do behind your back when they’re messaging each other about your announcement.

Here are 5 Things You Should Never Post On Social Media After You Get Engaged

1. The Price of the Ring

Things You Should Not Do After You Get Engaged

No one needs to know how much your ring is worth. Whether you picked it out yourself or your partner did. All those details are best kept personal in the best interest of your self and partner.

2. How many carats

Things You Should Not Do After You Get Engaged

No one really cares how many carats your wedding ring. Rather than show off the stats share the story of your journey and help inspire others.

3. Announcing it on social media

Things You Should Not Do After You Get Engaged

Before telling your family and friends. This is totally a wrong move. Make sure to call your immediate family before posting a ring selfie on your Instagram page or Snapchatting the moment away.  It would not be nice if your family found out on the ‘gram

4.  Your wedding date and venue

Things You Should Never, Ever Post on Social Media About Your Wedding Day

Avoid sharing intimate details about the date, time and location unless you want uninvited people to show up. Ensure that you only limit this information to the people you actually want to attend the wedding and not wedding crashers.

5. A million hashtags on your announcement post

Things You Should Never, Ever Post on Social Media About Your Wedding Day

So you want to be featured on a popular wedding blog. That’s cool! Yet flooding your followers’ feeds with #bridetobe, #heputaringonit, #taken, etc. is a lot of work for your thumbs. Instead, just submit your story directly to the publication or blog if you’re so inclined.