Weddings are as of now loaded up with a flood of delight for the festival of affection between two individuals and their families. In the midst of the disorderly military course of events, everything is great upon the arrival of the service. There’s very little more that can make a get married stylized event happier– heavenly prepared sustenance, dazzling beautifications, liquor favors, time well gone through following after some admirable people with family and companions.
Yet, suppose we supplanted the whole wedding gathering’s rose bundles with PUPPIES? You read that right– Puppies. To finish that off, any pups as well as delightful adoptable young doggies. So you could conceivably go to a wedding to praise love and wind up bringing home a hairy wad of unadulterated love to call your own.Bride Meghan Butler and her bridesmaids chose to make dreams work out as expected for her pooch adoring wedding participants.
For Meghan’s March wedding in Charlotte, North Carolina, the lady of the hour and her bridesmaids chose to dump the conventional botanical bundles for pups needing a glad home. Steward was propelled by the little dog love themed thought when she saw another lady of the hour present with doggies rather than conventional rose bundles.From there, she instantly knew she wanted to do the same.
The bride shared with Huffington Post, “I almost forgot I was getting married that day for part of the time because I was surrounded by my mom, best friends, and rescue pups!” The heartbreaking issues of puppy mills and homeless pets strike an unsettling chord in the hearts of both Butler and her husband Brett. Their happy household is made up of two dogs and two cats.
The “meet cute” gathering of the bridal party and rescue puppies were documented by the bride’s friend Brittany Boland of Discover Love Studios in Symphony Park.
Boland told People that the photoshoot was filled with a lot of “squeaking and squealing and smiling” as they gushed over the adorable puppies. Meghan and Brett’s tie-the-knot ceremony was a huge success and according to Huffington Post, each and every “puppy bouquet” was adopted into a forever home.
In addition to helping eight puppies find a family, instead of wedding favors for guests, the animal-loving couple made donations to the Greater Charlotte SPCA, the animal shelter that provided the adorable rescue puppies. “Our hope was that the photos would help bring an end to the puppy mill by raising awareness for the many animals in shelters and foster homes that need forever homes,” share Meghan.