7 Ways to Dress Your Wedding Dog





Our favorite fashions for your furry, four-legged attendants!
  1. Wedding Dog Idea: Add a Floral Lei

    Photo by Julie Mikos Photographer

    An easy way to dress up a larger dog like this big guy is to put a floral wreath around his neck. Attach a leash to his collar so your attendant can walk him down the aisle.

  2. Wedding Dog Idea: Add a Clip-on Tie

    Photo by Kelly Moore Photography

    A clip-on tie from the kids' section of your nearest department store makes a cute addition to a smaller dog's collar. Find one that matches the bridesmaid dresses and add a couple fresh flowers to finish it off.

  3. Wedding Dog Idea: A Custom Tux!

    Photo by Brian Phillips Photography

    We know, it's a little over-the-top, but if you're having a formal wedding, a made-for-dogs tux is the right idea.

  4. Wedding Dog Idea: Coordinating Collars

    Photo by Brooke Mayo Photography

    Your wedding dog doesn't need flowers or a tux to fit in -- wrap their collars with extra fabric or ribbons and they'll be ready for the show in no time.

  5. Wedding Dog Idea: Add a Faux Pearl Necklace

    Photo by Rose Lion Photography

    Make her feel like a princess with a simple beaded necklace tied off with a bow in the back. Buy an oversized fake pearl necklace like this one in the children's aisle of a party or toy store.

  6. Wedding Dog Idea: Give Him the Ring Pillow

    Photo by Nashan Photographers

    If you think your dog is up to the challenge, appoint him ring bearer and tie a light pillow around his collar. Just make sure a dog-loving bridal party attendant is there to walk him down the aisle!

  7. Wedding Dog Idea: Add a Bow Tie

    Photo by Eclectic Images Photography

    Similar to the clip-on tie idea, get a bow tie (that coordinates with the groomsman attire) for your dog. All the better if he'll sit still for portraits.

    The Knot and PetSmart have teamed up to bring you adorable ways to incorporate pets into your big day. Visit PetSmart for more tips on planning a fur-kid-friendly wedding.

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