Post # 31
I can think of no creature that represents unconditional love and loyalty more than a dog. I adore dogs.
Socially speaking, here in Germany it seems as though dogs are permitted everywhere: trains, buses, the mall, most groccery stores and it seems to be sort of a workplace tradition that they join their Mom or Dad on Fridays.
As a precaution I would hire a dog sitter and walker to make sure that neither your dog nor your guests become overwhelmed.
I look forward to your wedding photos with the doggy 🙂
Post # 32
Our dog is a huge part of our life so the idea of her not being at our wedding was preposterous. We had a smallish (45 people) outdoor wedding. I planned things specifically with our dog in mind. She was the flower girl for the ceremony and for the reception we had a specific place for her, away from food but close enough so everyone could stop and love on her. Everyone at our wedding knows our dog and what we do/do not allow. We did keep her on a leash at all times and I myself had her with me for a chunk of time.
It definitely depends on your venue, how casual/formal your wedding will be, and your guests. But, it can be done and done well.
Post # 33
I guess I’ve seen too many episodes of Americas Funniest Home videos to want the dog at the wedding. Lol, but if it works, hey why not?
Post # 34
My finacee is dying to have our dogs at the wedding. And I would love it too, but I am fearful something will happen to them because we can’t keep our eyes on them the whole time. WHat if they run away? What if they are uncomfortable due to the loud music. As someone else said…waht if they get fed bad food.
As much as I love my furbabies I think they need to stay home during the wedding.