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July 16, 2020

The Dog Days of Weddings

Hi Friends,

At The Brownstone we like to view our clients as one big family and that family includes our four legged children who lick our faces in the middle of the night. Yes that’s right our dogs!

When you think of a perfect wedding day what comes to mind? Fresh flowers streaming from table to table, chandeliers sparkling in the distance, overcrowded doughnut wall? What a dream! 

Some couples’ wedding days wouldn’t be complete without their pups by their side.

Check out these fun ways couples incorporated their best four legged friend in their dream wedding day!

  1. Capturing Photos with the dogs

What better way to remember those faces that snuggle you every night than incorporating them in some wedding photos that you will have forever. 

This couple had their dogs Milo and Herc in a few of their wedding photos as well as having them as their flower dogs! Photo: @Wyattandquinnphotography


      2. Pet Me & Pick A Seat 

Have you heard of a dog usher? Me neither, but how cute is this sign sitting by the dog as he greets their guest with some love!

Photo: @paigevaughnphoto

     3. I Loved Her First

You can have a custom wooden sign made that says I loved her first for all those cute bride photos that you won’t want to miss. Then you can have a family or friend escort the dog down the aisle with the sign hanging from their neck, it will for sure generate some smiles from your guests! 

Photo: @creativedesignbybri

4. Signature Cocktail

If you chose to not have your pet there the day of your wedding but still want to figure a way to incorporate your furry friend, then consider naming a signature drink after your pet and having a fun photo posted. 

Photo: Etsy Drawmepleaseshop


We hope you enjoyed our tips on how to incorporate your furry friend in on your big day!

Have a great day!

Best Regards,

Jennifer Bowser




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