Sunday, August 23, 2015
Including Your Pets In Your Wedding Day
To many, pets are family too so why not include them in your wedding day!?
If you would like to include your furry babies in your wedding day these
are some things to consider to make your special day run as smoothly as possible.
Hi I'm Lola, one very loved wedding pup!
1. Make a request to your venue to include your furry family. Outside venue locations typically allow pets but not all venue locations will be able to accommodate you due to food and health laws.
2. Ask one of your responsible pet loving guests to be your pet's sitter for the day/evening. If you don't want to inconvenience a guest with this responsibility consider hiring a professional pet sitter.
3. Be sure you select someone that actually likes animals to help escort your furry friend down the aisle...preferably someone within your wedding party or a well dressed escort.
4. Don't forget to schedule in potty breaks! You wouldn't want any accidents.
5. Bring the essentials, such as food bowls, water dishes, treats, and entertainment. You want your pet to remain happy and comfortable throughout the day.
6. Recognize the fact that your pet may OR may not do exactly what you want them to do and make
peace with that fact. This 'wedding thing' can be a completely new concept to any animal and it consists of new surroundings so come up with a plan B to put into action if they aren't cooperating.
7. Plan to ask someone to take your pet home before the reception is over. Your pet may not want to 'party' all night so be sure to make arrangements not only for their entrance but their exit as well.
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
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