You take care of him, bathe him, limit how much he eats, teach him right from wrong, and establish boundaries for him. No were not talking about your groom, we're talking about your dog!
Your pet is a big part of your life: why not somehow include him/her in your big day? Here are some fun ways to include your dog in your wedding plans:
- Include your pet in your engagement photo shoot. Have some fun, and let your photographer get creative with you, your fiance and your pet! Engagement photos, whether in-studio or at an outside location, are always very special. But how about a shot or two of you playing with your dog? Wanna put on your dress one more time? Plan a photo shoot in full bridal gear, walking your dog in the park. There are so many fun possibilities, and what a memorable keepsake! Click here for some examples!
- Use photos of your pet as table-settings. Along with your center pieces, how about a framed photo of your pet on each table? This is even a creative way to display your table numbers, having the number appear over a photo.
- Include your pet in your Ceremony. It has been done, but this idea will depend on where you are getting married; obviously some churches may show some hesitation at allowing dogs into their building! But getting married outside? How about including the dog in the processional, having him/her walk down the aisle, or even having the ring and pillow firmly attached on his back? It may take a well trained dog, but what a cool and unique idea!
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Tom Santilli has been in the Detroit wedding industry since 2002, and in that time has established himself as one of the top in his field. His company, Complete Video Solutions , was named as the #1 Best Wedding Videographer in Detroit by local brides and Channel 4 5 consecutive years, 2010-2014, and was currently inducted into TheKnot.com's "Vendor Hall of Fame." He also has won several awards for his wedding production, and is a member of WEVA (Wedding & Event Videographers Association.) As the Detroit Wedding Examiner, he has helped hundreds of brides with their weddings, with a local knowledge not found anywhere else. Being in the industry for so long, he is an expert in all areas of wedding planning, not just videography. He welcomes your questions, article suggestions, or feedback, and he can be reached