Weddings have become more intimate and personalized affairs, so it only makes sense to include your fur baby in on the fun and uniting it’s parents. From a walk down the aisle, to bridal suite entertaining and being front-and-center at the ceremony and portrait shots, I love these dog-friendly ideas to incorporate your pup into the big day. But fair warning – they’ll probably steal the show and several heart felt kisses!

HOW TO INCORPORATE YOUR FUR BABY INTO YOUR WEDDING DAY

BRIDAL SUITE DIVA
Get your girl dog an adorable tutu or your male dog a handsome bowtie, they will enjoy feeling fancy getting ready with the girls!

custom dog wedding invitations

WEDDING BRANDING CANINE STYLE
Brand your wedding with your adorable pups face. Add it to the invitations, place cards and thank you notes. It will leave a special personal mark on your wedding day.

bride hugging dog with green halo

SMOOCH WITH THE PUP
Noting like a pre-wedding smooch with your fur baby! Have your photog capture this moment, your last single girls kiss!

bride rubbing dog with rose collar

A PUP FIRST LOOK
Have your pup see you for the first time in your dress and you see your pup the first time in it’s gorgeous floral collar!

bride and groom kissing with frenchies

THE FIRST KISS
A first kiss should be shared with your fur babies, just make sure you are only holding them so they don’t get too close to your first kiss!

bulldog with bow-tie

FRONT AND CENTER FOR THE FORMAL SHOTS
This is where they really might start to take center stage. Give them an adorable piece to wear and have them sit at your feet as your photographer shoots away!

dog wedding place cards

PLACE CARDS
Keeping with your wedding branding, get custom wedding dog place cards to escort your guests to their seats. Your guests will love the theme and how you pulled your wedding branding together.


dog at ceremony alter
PRIME CEREMONY SEATING
They are your kids after all, so why not give them the best seat in the house? They’ll want to by standing side-by-side with you on this special day.

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