wedding dogs

"There wouldn't have been a wedding without them." 🐾
February 20 marks an unofficial and little-known holiday called National Love Your Pet Day. We were as surprised as you probably
Engagement photo sessions are a wonderful chance for the photographer to capture the two of you and your furkid(s) naturally, sharing special moments.
I was recently researching places for my husband and I to go away for the weekend with our two dogs. I searched high and low for reasonably priced accommodation that was 'pet-friendly.'
When it comes to including your dog in your proposal, don't be afraid to get creative. You're only going to do this once (fingers crossed), so you want it to be memorable and special.
Dogs and cats are not the only furbabies that capture the apple of their owner's eye.
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Dogs are increasingly becoming important members of the bridal party at weddings. And to me, this trend completely makes sense. But what about weddings where the guests are encouraged to bring their own four-legged entourage with them?
Dogs will be accepting of what you ask them to do, and unlike other guests, you can leash them if need be and they're still perfectly happy.
The couple plans to tie the knot on December 7, 2013 -- Mac's birthday! On Wednesday, Lisa posted a picture from her engagement
If people know how much you love your dogs, it's likely they'll even expect a few "doggie-themed" final touches on your special day. Here are some great ideas to get you inspired!
From my experience talking to hundreds of brides about this, there are a few things that you should be aware of when dressing your pooch for your wedding.
There are plenty of funny stories to be told when it comes to including dogs in weddings. I guess when dogs are involved, there's just too much fun to be had to take things too seriously!
There are a few things you need to keep in mind and prepare for before bestowing the 'dog of honor' title on your pooch.
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Many couples consider their dogs to be a part of the family. So it's only natural that pups are often invited to join in