Post # 1
I am getting married next year and absolutely love my dog and so I want to include her in my wedding. I want her to be my flower girl and found a picture of this little cart online. It’s called a Pet Petal Pullcart and it rolls behind the dog and dispenses flowers down the aisle. It’s $130 online and there seems to be only 1 person who sells it. I was wondering if anyone has used one of these and if if it’s worth it? or if they are doing something else for the flower girl pup:)
Post # 3
My doggies (2 Yorkies) are going to be “flower dogs” and wear dresses but I think I could make that with supplies from Michaels for about $20 or less…so no cart for us. I am doing flower leashes/collars for them though.
Post # 4
Oh I love this! My sister’s been telling our lil doggie will be my flower girl for years now, I might end up DIYing this though.
Post # 5
Very cute! No idea if it’s worth the money or not. We had our one dog as ringbearer (and he did carry the rings down the aisle on his collar). Our other dog was the flower dog. For her we attached some flowers to her collar.
Post # 6
OMG…I have 2 lil peek-a-poos and they would be so adorable but my Fiance said Hell No they can’t be in the wedding.
Post # 8
sooo cute! we are having our dog have a sign that says here comes the bride. he is a yorkie poo… at first i wasnt going to have him in but my dad and my fiance were like.. really? why? when they heard me say no when someone asked! ahhhh sooo cute! my dad was actually said our dog was not in any of our save the date pictures.. hahaha…
Post # 9
I think its a cute idea but you can probably DIY it for A lot cheaper!
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
I think you’d have to do some serious training around pulling the cart if the dog isn’t a breed that naturally handles those. My golden is a great dog, but I could see him being a big concerned of the cart being tied to him.
There are actually websites dedicated to helping you teach your dog to pull a cart. 🙂
Post # 11
Awww I think thats so adorable!
Post # 12
@MinouBear: It’s worth it! It’s one day and I feel the same about my pups! I def wanna see pictures of it! 🙂
Post # 13
I agree with Mink that using a cart would require a lot of training for the dog. Things like that can easily freak a dog out. I’m seriously considering having one of our dogs come down the aisle with the “Here Comes the Bride” sign. We have 3 but only 1 that I think would do well with all that pressure and not want to visit with guests as they walk down the asile. . I’m trying to figure out ways to incorporate the other two as well.
Post # 15
Please just warn your friends and family that a dog will be involved in the wedding. I love dogs but I have a *lot* of friends and family that are highly allergic. If they know in advance, they can drug up before the wedding.
Post # 16
Awww… so cute!! We really want our dog (pug – see my icon) to be involved in teh wedding somehow. He’s such a part of our lives. I think it’d be cute if my best friend’s little girl (she’s 4) walked him down the aisle with the rings. If we go that route, we would have a good friend be in charge of Ham after that. I reallllly want pictures of us with him though. For our engagement photos, we’ve already planned to have a few of us and the dog.