Newlyweds Who Hate People Can Now Invite Llamas In Bowties To Their Wedding

All proceeds from having the llamas entertain at wedding events go toward the Mtn Peaks Therapy Llamas & Alpacas therapy and education program.

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It sounds like a joke, but we assure you it?s not. Couples who decided to get married in Portland, Oregon or Vancouver, Washington, have the enviable opportunity to invite a couple of well-dressed llamas – named?Rojo, Smokey, Diego, and Jean-Pierre – to their wedding. Mtn Peaks Therapy Llamas & Alpacas recently begin promoting the offer, as all proceeds from the llamas being guests at fancy weddings go toward the organization?s therapy and education program reports Elite Daily.

The company?s website writes:

“Always decorated to compliment, our llamas can easily handle all ages, and any size of crowd! More than just ?entertainment,? we provide a unique interactive experience for your guests, that most have never experienced before, and smiles that will last forever!”

As one may view below, the finely groomed llamas always dress to impress. Additionally, their presence is guaranteed to put smiles on guests? faces. Oftentimes, the bride and groom even pose with the lovable creatures in their wedding photos – bonus!

It is important to note that the llamas’ presence at weddings is not guaranteed, as?Mtn Peaks Therapy Llamas & Alpacas?puts the furry animals’ well-being over any profit. The website states:

?To avoid undo stress for our animals, we may not be able to fill requests which would require us to travel during peak traffic times. We also may have to cancel event appearances where there is the possibility of extreme heat, ice, or snow.?

Following are images of the dapper-looking llamas:

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Credit: kimsmithmiller

Credit: kimsmithmiller

Credit: kimsmithmiller

Credit: kimsmithmiller

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Credit: weddingllamas

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Credit: weddingllamas

Similar to goat yoga, this type of offer is one-of-a-kind and bound to catch on elsewhere. Do you agree? Disagree? Comment your thoughts below and share this news!

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