Don't worry, no one can one-up Kimye anyway, so don't fret over "oversharing." If you're one of those couples who dreads flooding your friends' social media feeds before and after your event then your site's your new BFF.
You can either be a wedding planner, or a minister, or a caterer, or an innkeeper, or the DJ, or the florist, or a travel agent, or a photographer, or a hairstylist -- but you cannot do more than one of these jobs effectively at the same wedding.
As soon as you begin surfing wedding websites and enrolling as a bride on different discussion boards, you're putting your information out there. That wedding website you will be creating is a giant gaping security hole for a number of reasons.
More and more couples are realizing that their wedding actually starts the moment they change their Facebook status to "engaged." Creative couples are using social media channels to keep their guests involved and entertained, from the first engagement ring snapshot to the bouquet toss.