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!
To give her bridal portraits a southern feel, Andrea opted to have them taken at the McKinney Cotton Mill in McKinney, Texas. Andrea’s dog, Macy, took part in the shoot appearing in some of the shots wearing a glamorous jeweled collar.
Photographs: Ben Q. Photography
Shannon and Chris were married at an intimate ceremony at Koonyum Range Retreat in Byron Bay. Their dog, Simba, walked down the aisle ahead of Shannon and her father.
Photographs: Olivia Texier
Courtney and Marisa were married on April 1st this year at the D.C. War Memorial, National Mall, Washington D.C. Their beautiful little rescue dog Luna was there to celebrate their special moment.
Gorgeous photographs by Behind The Sea
Hannah was an integral part of her furparents special day. She even featured on the wedding cake topper with them!
Photographs: Urban Lights Studios
Tatjana and Ken are the outdoors type so they wanted their wedding to reflect this. They had a beautiful outdoor ceremony where their dog, Gus, was escorted down the aisle by their best man carrying the rings attached to his collar.
Photographs: Patrice Gilbert Photography