This wedding party opted to pose with puppies instead of flowers to help these lovable dogs find long-term homes.
What do you do if you and your hubby are animal lovers and are about to get married? You feature some adoptable pups in your wedding photos, of course! It might be unconventional, but it’s a wonderful way to find some adorable pups new homes, as Sarah and Matt Crain found out.
The newlyweds who live in Pennsylvania are very fond of animals and have three rescue dogs of their own. Because Sarah works at Pitties Love Peace, a rescue organization, they decided to include some puppies that need homes in their fall wedding.
The Dodo reports that in place of flowers, the wedding party posed with six adorable puppies, each of whom has their own story.
The boxer-coonhound puppies, named Martha, Abigail, Dolley, Elizabeth and Louisa (after the first few ladies) belong to the same litter and are about 8 weeks old. They were rescued just seven weeks before and are now thriving in loving foster homes. Another pup who was included is Biggie Smalls, who is 9-weeks old and was rescued from the streets of Brooklyn, NYC. He posed with the bride herself!
As you can see, they all enjoyed being a part of Matt and Sarah’s big day.
Thanks to photographer Caroline Logan, a bounty of gorgeous photos were captured.
“Having the puppies involved in the wedding brought so much additional joy to Matt and Sarah’s day. Though they weren’t a part of the ceremony, they were involved in their portrait time.”
“The puppies, of course, caused the photos to be extra natural, candid, and carefree — exactly what I strive for in my work. The wedding party was loving all the puppy snuggles,” she added.
Obviously, there was no shortage of smiles on the big day.
If you’re interested in offering one of the pups a furrever home, fill out an application with Pitties Love Peace to get started!
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