Let me start off by saying that yes, this is a post about animals in weddings. But no, there will not be any tux wearing dogs with rings tied around their neck. Why? Because I think it’s tacky. There, I said it.
Now onto the post:
There’s something so quaint and darling about animals being a part of your wedding, and I mean the old worldly working or farm animals like horses or the adorable donkeys pictured above (how I love donkeys!).
Now I’m not advocating for a Princess Diana or Kate Middleton royal wedding entrance, pulling up to a grand cathedral in a horse drawn carriage (but hey if you’ve got the budget do as you wish). I’m taking a look at tastefully using animals in your wedding, almost as (dare I say it?) props.
Here’s a look at some adorable animals in some adorable weddings.
Now, it’s not that I’m opposed to dogs in wedding photos at all. I’m just saying that cats really know how to work it. I mean, could you imagine a dog walking along and taking that opportune moment to take a biiiiig stretch the same time your photographer snaps the shutter on you two kissing? No, because dogs are not that clever. But clearly that’s what the cat did in this photo, and it’s that candidness that makes it beyond awesome.
But go ahead and take a posed picture with your pet. I won’t say anything rude with my outside voice if it’s dressed up with rings around its neck.
(Stay tuned for our wedding pictures next month. Yay!)
Did you or would you have animals involved in your wedding?
Why/why not? Which ones?