See what people are saying about Maid of Social! 

"Forget progressive; these girls are prophetic. ...Weddings, just like any big event, need social media strategies for the day-of. Sure, custom hashtags are already a 'thing,' but those usually consist of photos of the guests themselves. [Maid of Social] wanted to show off the bride and groom, as well as all those little details they'd spent so many months prepping." -Rebekah Lowin,

"This includes tagging vendors to make sure they’re properly credited and helping take photos for the bridal party. That means you'll have someone on hand specifically to take those non-selfie shots of you and 20 other friends, without hassling the hired shooter." -Sharon Steel, New York Magazine

"New York-based concierge service [Maid of Social], will send a social media strategist to your wedding to post on Instagram and Snapchat, live-tweet your first dance, and update your Facebook relationship status to 'married.' And if Grandma can’t make it to your nuptials, she can watch you cut the cake in real time via Periscope live-stream!" -Kimberly Fusaro, Glamour

"'Hundreds, if not thousands of eyeballs can be watching a wedding happen in real time through social media. We want to connect these social-savvy couples to wedding brands that need wedding content to post and use this influence to help with the wedding planning process,' [Maid of Social] says. Consider these gals your wedding day PR team that will make your nuptials look good on (e)-paper." -Irina Grechko, The Knot

"...So guests who couldn't make it [to the wedding] don't have to miss out on those once-in-a-lifetime events like the wedding kiss, first dance and cutting of the cake." -Amy Shey Jacobs, InStyle


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