TV shows Blonde Charity Mafia
|Name Sophie Pyle|
|Born July 2, 1987 (age 28) (1987-07-02) Washington, D.C.|
Occupation CEO, tweetthebride.com, CEO, rosemedia.co
Known for Tweet the Bride, Rose Media
Website tweetthebride.com rosemedia.co
Sophie Pyle (born July 2, 1987) is a social media expert and new media entrepreneur. She is the founder and proprietor of Tweet the Bride and Rose Media.
Pyle was born at Sibley Hospital in Washington, D.C. to Susan Dickenson, a writer/editor for Home Accents Today, and Nicholas Pyle, a lobbyist. She graduated from UNC Chapel Hill in 2009 with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications and a minor in Studio Art.
Tweet the Bride
After working as the DC Editor of society snapshot blog Guest of a Guest, Pyle founded Tweet the Bride in 2014. Tweet the Bride is a service that provides live Instagrams and Tweets of weddings.
Pyle is an expert on social media wedding etiquette. Her rule of thumb for guests is to never share a photo of the bride or groom until after they've walked down the aisle. She says couples who don't want cell phones at their wedding are "fighting a losing battle" since guests are so connected to their cell phones, and believes weddings are "meant to be Instagrammed" since the day itself is a life milestone with "beautiful hair, makeup and flowers."
Pyle founded a boutique social media company upon graduating from UNC Chapel Hill called Rose Media, which manages social media programs for small businesses in the luxury space.
In 2009, Pyle was on the reality show Blonde Charity Mafia, which followed the drama and day-to-day activities of Pyle and two other Georgetown socialites around Washington, D.C.
In late 2011, she made headlines for publishing her 100-person strong "social list of people who are interesting and attractive." She called the list the Hot Hundred and threw a holiday party to celebrate the personalities on the list. She launched a second version of the list the following year.
Pyle told the Washington Post in 2014, “Even in Georgetown, people you see with salmon pants and needlepoint belts, a lot of those types smoke...The stereotypical Georgetown — there’s a lot of weed there.” In 2015, she admitted that the parties thrown by young Georgtown socialites don't raise a lot of money and "are just an excuse to party."