15 Adorable Ways to Include Your Dog in Your Wedding
Can’t imagine your big day without your best friend? Let’s face it – including your dog in your wedding will make the happiest day of your life even happier. Besides finding the perfect wedding dress and venue, what can beat a puppy-turned-groomsman in a dog tuxedo? (Dislaimer: We don’t recommend letting him be the ring-bearer, just in case). More and more dog lovers are finding creative ways to include their dogs in their wedding celebrations. All you need is an adorable puppy, some dog wedding attire, and a talented photographer to seamlessly include your dog in all of your wedding day festivities. These adorable weddings, captured by talented wedding photographers with a penchant for pups, show you how to make the day special for your pet, too.
A perfect pup-osal
Basically, a guaranteed “yes.”
Save the Date
Who can forget your wedding date when it’s announced via Golden Retriever?
Remind the groom who's boss
Her dog will always hold a special place in her heart
Plan the puptials
If the bride and groom both have dogs, why not throw them a wedding, too?
Enlist a flower pup
This pup takes her flower-carrying job very seriously.
Craft a lush leash
This baby's breath and rose covered leash is breathtaking.
Take a moment with your pup
Make sure the photographer is on hand to capture the special moment.
Carry the train
Not sure if he’s doing this correctly…
Get a good-luck kiss
Just don’t mess up your makeup! Or, do.
Make a grand entrance
Don’t worry, a puppy won’t steal your spotlight.
Walk ‘em down the aisle
And here we have a wedding ceremony that gets it right.
The best-groomed groomsman
There’s the best man, and then there’s man’s best friend.
Get a dog’s eye view
Go-Pro sells dog-harnesses for their hands-free camera. How cool would it be to view the ceremony and reception from your dog’s POV (and save on a videographer, right?)
Save a dance
We won’t judge you for choosing a song like “Who Let the Dogs Out” or “Hound Dog.“
Customize your cake
These cake toppers ensure that your pups don’t feel left out of your big day.