Do you think a dog should be at a wedding reception?
Dog lover wedding themes seem to becoming more popular. However, some people do not like dogs. Having a dog lover wedding theme I made the decision to not have my dog at the reception because I figured some people would be against eating around dog hair. Maybe I was wrong. However, I do know that having dogs at a banquet hall that is serving food would be against the health department. I would love to hear your views and thoughts.
The only thing that matters is that the bride and groom are on board. If they want their dogs there then they should have them. I love dogs and if it is my wedding then people who don't like the dogs they can stay home. This is about the couple, their wishes, their theme. We cannot please everyone and it only makes you miserable to try.
Why not! Just about anything goes at weddings these days. The dog could even carry the rings around for the bride and groom in a little wooden barrel attached to his collar. Keep on hubbing
I think if your a dog lover and your dog means that much to you, then yes.
I don't see why not. If I had a dog and was having a wedding, I would! Dogs are like part of the family; I mean, I have even smaller pets (rats) and they feel like little furry children.
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