It’s no secret that I’m a huge dog lover. We have three furbabies, and if my Husband would have let me, we would have added a fourth to the family before Charlotte was born. Miss Canon needs a pea to her pod. The Huskies are such a bonded pair, there’s not much room in their hearts for their adoptive sister. I can not envision a home without a dog in it. Even when Josh and I are 85 years old and our kids are wanting to put us in a home, I picture a dog laying on the couch cuddling with one of us.
Dogs are family members, they were our kids before we had a real (human) child. Our engagement photos included the Huskies, our caketopper had the Huskies on it, I did a puppy announcement when we put the deposit down on Canon, our Christmas cards have included the dogs! I’m crazy about those four-legged kids of mine!
When a Bride and Groom tell me about their dog or dogs in our consult, I immediately ask if we’re taking photos with them at their engagement session. Nine times out of ten, my question is always followed up with “You’re okay with that?” ABSOLUTELY!!! THEY’RE FAMILY, remember?!
I always provide these tips when I know that the four-legged family members are going to be involved in photos. And today I’m sharing those tips on the blog!
I hope you found this post on five tips for taking engagement photos with your dogs helpful! Dogs are family, and this is an exciting time for couples, their furbabies should be included in on the fun, too!