Conventional and traditional wedding can sometimes be a little boring, so some couples decide to involve their pets in the ceremony. Since pets are as important members of the family as any, they can only make your special day more special. Although it requires a little more practice, pets can be excellent ring bearers. They will certainly make your wedding ceremony different and unforgettable, and the wedding photos will look amazing!
This happy family would be incomplete without its faithful companions. These two dogs obviously have a great responsibility to make sure no one has anything against this couple being joined in holy matrimony. Better remain silent, they are watching you!
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This hunting dog now has a new job. Being a ring bearer is just as important as any hunting trip and even more stressful apparently. He is probably praying everything goes as they rehearsed it before.
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These two best buddies know they probably stole the show. Let the bride and groom get married while the guests decide which ring bearer was cuter. Just look at those matching tuxes!
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There is one golden retriever that actually retrieves gold! Lucky owners!
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I know weddings can be stressful, especially when you have such an important job – bearing rings. Although this girl does not look so happy for the bride and groom, she is certainly very proud to be the part of such a special day. Maybe the buffet will cheer her up later. Do they serve huge bones at weddings?
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Nothing can throw this gentleman off course. It is amazing how focused and determined he is. Surely he rehearsed the whole ceremony many times. He probably practiced posing for the photos as well. Truly an exemplary wedding helper.
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For those who think dogs are too mainstream, here is a picture of a cow ring bearer. This is one wedding you really want to go to since the entertainment is guaranteed. The wedding couple looks so happy and we wish them all the luck in the world (and to the cow too).
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This little guy looks like this is his first time being a wedding guest as well as a ring bearer. This is why he needs a bit of guidance down the altar. Sometimes being on a leash can be very reassuring and it guaranties he will do his job just right.
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Have you ever seen a dog so proud of himself? He must be very proud of the bride and the groom as well, and I just hope he did not need a tissue after the emotional ceremony. He might look all tough, but on the inside he is probably a big softy.
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One thing is sure – this wedding party has all the time in the world. If the bride or groom did not change their mind about the wedding until the tortoise reached the altar, they will always stay happily married. Having patience is one of the most important things in marriage.
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Maybe this feline friend wasn’t the ring bearer, but it helped its owner propose, which is the first step to marriage. Although the cat seemed more interested in the shiny ring, it was certainly happy when the girl said yes!
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Who knew dogs love weddings this much. According to this Labrador they are more fun than any dog park in the world. Whenever there are so many people involved, belly rubs are guaranteed. Now he just has to make sure he does not drop the rings.
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Although this princess is not the most photogenic dog in the world, she is always ready to make any special day even more special by gracing the wedding with her presence. Her only flaw is that she looks awkward in photos.
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Bulldogs are known for their calm temper and their ability to relax everyone around them, and wedding parties definitely need some stress relieving. This gentleman is so confident and calm and he will make sure everything goes according to the plan. But first, he needs to deliver the rings.
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Not only does he have an important role, he is dressed better than half the guests. Tuxedo never goes out of fashion and it is the best choice of weddings. Men, take notes from this posh pup!
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