After the ceremony, the couple walks Nuala back up the aisle with them.
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After just three months of dating, Tasha Sween and Sanders Marvin went their separate ways but remained friendly. Tasha eventually adopted a puppy born to Sanders's dogs, Weimaraners named Joyce and Jup. And it was that puppy, Sabu, who would bring them back together: Three years later, when Tasha was desperately looking for a pet sitter, Sanders volunteered his services. "I took him out to dinner to thank him," Tasha recalls. "We had a great time. After that, we started dating again, and a year later, we were both ready for marriage." On December 22, 2000, he proposed. Here, Sabu is dressed up and acts as a bridesmaid in the wedding.
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Dog of Honor
There are lots of ways to involve furry (or feathered) friends in your celebration, whether in a formal role -- as ring bearers or flower dogs, for example -- or simply as honored guests.
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A dog at Lena and Joshua's wedding in California got all dressed up for the event.
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The wedding rings at Shannon and Nathan's celebration were attached to a hand-sewn gingham collar worn by the couple's 10-year-old Labrador retriever, Chelsea.
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This dog didn't stay far away from Satoko and Alex througout their Napa Wedding. Here, he follows them down a path at the Frankel Ranch.
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Joining in on the family photos, this canine enjoyed his day as a guest at the wedding.
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Tasha and D.W. are joined by a friend at their upstate New York wedding.
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