Is there a reason why a woman would post a wedding photo on facebook of hereself only?
Without sounding judgmental, isn't the husband part of the marriage as well? For example, an acquaintance was married a year ago and she posted her wedding photo on Facebook (just her, not her and husband). She posted her sister's wedding with family, husband, everyone. Not one photo of her own husband. Now her husband has photos of her all over his Facebook page but none of him on hers. Why would someone not post any photos of their own spouse on their Facebook page?
Perhaps it is only her facebook page. Perhaps it is her business page and does not want any other person in her portfolio page. Maybe he did not want to be in her pictures on her page. There could be lots of reasons why.
I can't really imagine why this would be of concern to anyone to be honest. Thats like asking why would someone post a photo of their breakfast on their Facebook...its because its their Facebook.
Question out of left field I know...but did you ever actually ask your acquaintance the reason why, rather than random people on the internet? People on the internet could tell you the reasoning behind it is because she is involved in an affair with a giant purple gorilla that transforms into Fabio on every second Wednesday of the month.
I understand people can post whatever they want on their Facebook page. No I do not have any more contact and really don't want any contact but out of curiosity I asked the question if anyone else has done this.
Link, What planet are you on because it isn't earth. When I answered the question nothing in the likeness of your thoughts even entered into my mind.
Lady, I am not sure why you focused solely on the clearly comical part of the comment rather than the main body before it. The point was, it makes no sense to ask random people if she hadnt even asked the person it revolves around.
As I mentioned before this is someone I do not care for any contact with and decided to utilize the wisdom of hubby's on this site.
Which I understand. I was reiterating my initial point. Although I dont get why it's taken a year to ask this question unless it's different people you mentioned in The question
Perhaps she's showing off her dress? Maybe they have a separate "couples" page or page for the wedding where they all are? Hard to say without knowing the person or the circumstances. I know a few people who are on social media whose family members do not want their photos displayed etc. Hard to say.
I think she probably felt beautiful in the picture and it wasn't so much about them as a couple as about her big day and how she felt in her photos. I wouldn't read too much into it saying much about the relationship or even how she feels about her husband.
If she is a newlywed, there are all sorts of changes that are ahead. Maybe her focus will shift to their lives as a couple at that time? Time will tell.
Is it her profile pic?
Because if it is - it's about HER, not them as a couple. My profile pic has myself, my wife and our daughter, but that's cause I love the pic. Normally I have a beach scene or the equality sign, or something else.
BUT when I got married - my profile pic was either of JUST me or a photo we used for the "wedding" photo of the two of us. I think I alternated between the two for a while. (and just in case you think "well, thats just a man's way of doing things" - I'm a female).
No one seemed bothered by it - those who know us know us as a couple, we don't have to be in their faces about it all day!.
I agree with ChristinS that she may be showing her off her dress, but I would think there may be some posted with the couple. If they're both on FB his may show up on her page so she doesn't feel she needs to post them on her page.
That is very simple to answer: it is her ego. She wants to show off herself in her wonderful dress. She can do it herself, nobody does it for her.
This woman definitely had an ego and that was my first thought oh look at me, look at me, I am married now.
If you have seen other photos of her on this Facebook page, she takes "selfies" and there is only one reason for that. The same reason.
Interesting question! I think she posted her photo to show off her dress. You say her husband has the wedding photos of both on his facebook page so there is nothing to hide.
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