Keep your beloved pets close at your intimate wedding without worrying about trimming the guest list
From comforting cuddles to adorable tail wagging, nothing’s better than your furry best friend to keep those pre-wedding jitters away.
For many men and women, their pet, is an integral part of the family. We have featured many weddings where a beloved pooch has played a key a role at a wedding – sometimes as a furry ring bearer or as a showstopper with its own customized wedding ensemble. However, in these pandemic times, how can pet-loving couples include their fur babies in the celebrations with so many hygiene and safety guidelines in place?
Here are a few guidelines to follow if you want to make your pet a part of your guest list.
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Ensure your pet understands basic commands like ‘Stay’, ‘Sit’ and ‘Down.’
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Try to have a trained and dedicated pet handler to manage your dog during the wedding proceedings, especially if there are guests who are scared of animals.
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Use non-toxic elements in your decor in case your pet decides to chew something.
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Co-ordinate your attire with that of your pet to amp up the cute factor.
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Acquaint your pet with the venue a day before the wedding to help them explore, sniff and get used to the new territory.
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Keep your pet’s favorite treats, water bottles, and toys handy in case they need to be distracted.
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Find more planning tips to execute the paw-fect wedding here.