Pets At Weddings: How To Dress Your Four-Legged Friends
If you’re team pet all the way, then it only makes sense that you’d want to include them in your wedding too. Use our three-step guide to getting ready for pets at weddings to ensure your hound looks handsome (and happy!) on the big day.
Keep your pet’s personality in mind
Is your pooch perfectly content to wear a winter jacket, or do you already know that they aren’t keen on wearing anything but their own furry coat? If your dog is happy to sport accessories, then go for it, but if not, it’s better to respect that.
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Keep things practical
Floral collars and bowties are popular when couples look for ways to dress pets at weddings for good reason. They can often be attached to your pet’s existing collar, causing minimum fuss for them while still maxing out on cuteness. Tuxedos, tutus and other garish garments, on the other hand, are bound to be restrictive – best to be avoided.
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Keep it natural
If you’ll be inviting your beloved four-legged friends to your big day, it’s because they’re part of the family. It goes without saying that you love them, just the way they are. Why feel the need to dress pets at weddings at all, then? A trip to the groomers for a trim, wash and brush will be all your pets need to look absolutely pawfect on the big day.
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