Stan and Christine decided to renew their wedding vows this year and had their friend’s dog, Suki, as their bridesmaid. Stan, 92, told the Bristol Post, ” We love Suki and thought it would be wonderful to have her as our bridesmaid dog.”
Suki, the lurcher cross, even wore a handmade flower garland and pink bows in her hair. After her outstanding performance as bridesmaid, she even enjoyed some wedding cake.
Photographer: Jon Kent
Gillian and Simon had their wedding ceremony and reception at the Heide Museum of Modern Art. Of course, their gorgeous pooch, Bobbie was there to take part in the day’s celebrations.
Photographs: Luke Lornie Photography
Julie and Bryce were married at The Log Cabin in Presidio Park, San Francisco.
Julie told Rock N Roll Bride, “It was very important that we kept things traditional to our roots while combining our biggest loves and inspirations: travel, design, cookies, family, and our dog.” What a beautiful, happy, family.
Photographs: Twenty Twenty Studios
Rachael and John were married last September at Saint John’s Church in Seaham, County Durham, UK. Rachael told me the couple had a ‘dog themed’ wedding, featuring their four dogs who were bridesmaids and ring bearer. There is Noodle the Standard Poodle, Mishka the Lhasa Apso, Kiera, a Collie Greyhound and Diesel the Lurcher (ring bearer). Guests were also invited to bring their dogs to the wedding and even the photographer who is a good friend of the couple, brought his three dogs along.
Bride Rachael told me, “The dogs mean a lot to us we do everything with them and so it just seemed normal to us for them to be part of our big day! We met through our mutual love of dogs and John even proposed whilst on a dog walking holiday!”
After their special day, Rachael and John enjoyed their honeymoon in Scotland. Of course, they took their four beloved pooches with them:)
Photographs: Gordon MacPherson
Juhi was volunteering at a Save Our Street Dogs adoption drive when she fell in love with nine-year-old rescued dog Bebe, who is blind from cataracts. After first fostering and then adopting him, this gorgeous pooch not only attended the couple’s wedding but even received a special mention in Juhi’s vows. Bebe, she said, had become the “centre of both (their) lives” and made the pair “go from a couple to a family”. Dogs can do that;)
Photographs: Shiftphoto Wedding Photography
I am in love with Lindsay and Marty’s engagement shoot by We Are The Mitchells. Taken at the O’Connor Brewing Company in Downtown Norfolk, the photos I love the most (for obvious reasons) feature the couples dog, Mojo. Just look at that face!