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These Bridesmaids Ditched Bouquets, Held Adorable Pups Instead

22 Sep 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Planning a wedding isn’t a cake walk. A whole lot of things need to be arranged and they should be on point on the D-Day. But this wedding had something special than the usual. Sarah Mallouk Crain and her now husband, Matt Crain are animal lovers. The couple is parents to 3 rescue dogs and often foster dogs, who are waiting for their furrever homes.


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Sarah works for a rescue organization located in Pennsylvania called Pitties Love Peace. Hence it was pretty obvious that their wedding would be dog-friendly. And we were left awestruck seeing how they included the pooches in the wedding ceremony. Instead of flower bouquets for the bridesmaids, they had adorable rescue pups. A litter of boxer-coonhound pups, named Martha, Abigail, Elizabeth, Louisa and Dolley were merely a week old when they were rescued. Now 8-weeks old, they cutely posed with the bridesmaids and looking for their forever homes.


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Caroline Logan who photographed the wedding says, “Having the puppies involved in the wedding brought so much additional joy to Matt and Sarah's day, though they weren't a part of the ceremony, they were involved in their portrait time." She added, “The puppies of course caused the photos to be extra natural, candid, and carefree — exactly what I strive for in my work. The wedding party was loved, all the puppy snuggles.”


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Not only the bridesmaids, but the groomsmen got a chance to pamper the pooches.There isn’t a single doubt that the rescue pups were indeed a better choice as compared to flower bouquets. Don’t you think the same?

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