ADORABLE WEDDING INSPIRATION FOR ANYONE WHOSE FAVOURITE ANIMAL IS A LLAMA
I have no problem admitting that sometimes, I’d rather spend time with animals rather than people. Even when I was little I was more likely to say hello to someones dog than I was the owner. Whilst being a wedding blogger means I don’t come across real life animals very often (expect my own two cats), I do love it when we’re submitted a real wedding or shoot where an animal is featured – in particular Llamas!
So when Sonia of C.Baron Photography submitted a styled shoot where Llamas were part of the inspiration, I just knew we had to share it with out fellow animal lovers. And whilst I love any excuse to look at pictures of any animal, I must make it clear that we will only feature these types of shoots where we know the welfare of the animal has been at the highest standard. Now get ready of the most adorable shoot your ever going to have laid eyes on!
“If it isn’t obvious, we might have been a little more than ecstatic when we got to photograph these adorable Alpacas. I mean – just look at them! They are so precious and sweet!”
“Many of our couples always want to incorporate their fur babies into their wedding, and of course we love to encourage it! Our company is named after our dogs Charlie & Baron, so we understand completely when our couples wish to share their special day with their own fur babies,” she explained.
And if you’ve been considering including your own pets or your favourite animal at your wedding, there’s a good chance you’ve had some questions about how to do it?
“When it comes to incorporating animals into a wedding whether it be for entertainment or simply bringing your fur babies from home, it’s very important to consider accommodations for them. How long can they be at your wedding? Do you have someone designated to return them home after they walk down the isle and take photos?” Sonia told us.
“We recently had a bride that wanted to take a photo with her “Parrot of Honor” but knew she didn’t have anyone to bring him or take him back home. So, she allotted enough time in her wedding timeline to make a quick stop at home so that we could take photos of them with their little love. It made such a difference to the couple to have these images.”
“Our advice is to just consider what the animal’s needs are, how long they can stay at an event and maybe have someone designated to bring and take them back to their home. There is always a way to incorporate your fur babies of ANY kind into your special day you just have to keep in mind THEIR considerations.”
Photography: C. Baron Photography I Planning: Magnolia Rose Co I Gowns: Fiancee Bridal Boutique I HMU: Simple Beauty Artistry I Linens: Chairs Covers n More Inc I Cake: Bavarian Cakery I Florist: Pretty Petals Florist I Venue: The Gallery I Alpacas: Texas Party Animals I Invitation: J. Lorriane Creative Designs I Submitted via Two Bright Lights I