• Wedding Ideas - Bow Ties for Dogs
  • Wedding Ideas - Dog Bandannas
  • Wedding Ideas - Dog Collar
  • Wedding Ideas - Dogs and Weddings
  • Wedding Ideas - Doggie Bags
  • Wedding Ideas - Dogs and Weddings
  • Wedding Ideas - Dogs and Weddings
  • Wedding Ideas - Weddings and Dogs
  • Wedding Ideas - Dogs and Weddings
  • Wedding Ideas - Wedding Dog Ring Bearer Pillow
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Clean graphic patterns and bright colours make these bow ties by Little Blue Feathers a must for the well-dressed dog.
Photography courtesy Little Blue Feathers
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A pup sporting a save-the-date bandanna by Glamour Dog Boutique is a fun and heart-warming way to announce your big news.
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A little bit glam, a little bit rock ’n’ roll—this black leather collar by My Tahoe Dog, studded with crystal rivets, is ideal for bigger dogs.
Photography courtesy Zaplab Productions
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Magnolia Event Design chose this floral collar with magnolia leaves and white roses by florist Tenley Erin Young for an elegant garden wedding and beach reception at Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore at Santa Barbara.
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A table favour that provides a treat for humans and their pets, like this one by Marry This, is a sweet and thoughtful idea for couples looking to celebrate their nuptials with a donation to an animal charity.
Photography courtesy Marry This
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The excitement of a wedding can make even the best-behaved pooch forget his manners, so keep him in check with a luxe leash by 2 Hounds Design. The leashes have durable nylon webbing and soft velvet accents, and are available in a rainbow of colours.
Photography courtesy 2 Hounds Design
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Commemorate your special day with this contemporary silhouette print by Nella Designs, customized with your names, the date of your ceremony and one of 25 dog breeds, from Westies to Great Danes.
Photography courtesy Nella Designs
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A matching designer collar and leash by Big Paw Collars gives your furry friend a little extra panache.
Photography courtesy Big Paw Collars
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For a vintage look, consider a fabric floral collar accent, such as this one by Arcadius Elegantly Dog. Crafted in silk and cotton, it’s made using the Japanese style of fabric folding known as kanzashi.
Photography courtesy Arcadius Elegantly Dog
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A canine ring bearer? Why not! Send your dog down the aisle with your rings (or perhaps some lookalikes) securely tied to a bejewelled, beribboned pillow, like this one by LA Dog Store.
Photography courtesy LA Dog Store

Many couples consider their dog part of the family, so it’s not surprising that Fido is often part of the wedding celebrations, too. Whether you’re looking for a sweet photo op or have made your pooch an official member of the wedding party, we’ve got some fun, stylish ways to include your pet. (No tuxes or tutus allowed!)

Tags:
Trends, Wedding Ideas, Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara

2 Comments about Dogs and I Do’s

  1. Amanda Eyer says:

    A stylish addition to dog-friendly wedding ideas Sara!

  2. Sara says:

    Beautiful collection Thanks for adding my Ring pillow to your beautiful collection.
    Sara

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