8 Cute Animal Wedding Photos

Adorable ways to include your favorite four-legged creatures in the wedding.
by Simone Hill
Bride and groom with a cow
photo by Lauryn Byrdy

You may not think weddings and animals go well together, but these pictures prove how fun and romantic it can be to include some super-cute four-legged friends into your wedding day, whether it's your pet, a nearby farm animal or hosting a petting zoo for kids. Sure, animals can be unpredictable, but they can also bring out your playful side and make for a very memorable wedding photo. See these unique wedding pictures that include animals (like a pig and even a rooster!).

A Pig on a Leash Bridal Portrait

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Unexpected Animal Wedding Photos
photo by K.Corea Photography

Photo By: K. Corea Photography
From the album: A Forest Park Wedding in St. Louis

A Bride and Her Best (Furry) Friend

Unexpected Animal Wedding Photos
photo by Jocelyn Filley Photography

Photo By: Jocelyn Filley Photography
From the album: A Tower House Wedding in Chilmark, MA

A Casual Cat at the Ceremony

Unexpected Animal Wedding Photos
photo by Vitalic Photo

Photo By: Vitalic Photo
From the album: An Ernest Hemingway House Wedding in Key West, FL

A White Stallion

Unexpected Animal Wedding Photos
photo by Andi Mans Photography

Photo By: Andi Mans Photography
From the album: A Romantic Outdoor Wedding in Dade City, FL

Goofing Off With Goats

Unexpected Animal Wedding Photos
photo by Sara Wight

Photo By: Sara Wight Photography

A Bunny Petting Zoo for the Kids

Unexpected Animal Wedding Photos
photo by Megan Thiele

Photo By: Megan Thiele Studios
From the album: A Kuhs Farm Estate Wedding in Spanish Lake, Missouri

A Regal Rooster Portrait

Unexpected Animal Wedding Photos
photo by Pat Furey Photography

Photo By: Pat Furey Photography

A Curious Cow

Unexpeted Animal Wedding Photos
photo by Lauryn Byrdy

Photo By: Lauryn Byrdy

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