Sometimes in our digital age, it can feel like very few big moments in life are left unrecorded, whether by email, text or tweet.
But how does all of this new technology fit into events that are considered to be inherently traditional. How, for example, does it work in a wedding?
WNYC’s New Tech City producer Dan Tucker recently went to a wedding and heard emails of the bride and groom's courtship being read.
While this kind of public sharing works for some people, it doesn't work for everyone.
Joining us to weigh in on how wedding traditions are changing in the digital age is Anna Post, author and etiquette expert, and the great-great-granddaughter of the Queen of Etiquette—Emily Post.