Bridesmaids Hold Rescue Puppies Instead Of Bouquets

Bridesmaids pose with rescue puppies instead of bouquets.

Rescue puppies, talk about the perfect “Something Borrowed” for an incredible wedding.

That’s what one bride who has dedicated herself to rescuing animals made happen for her special day.

TheDodo.com has a great story about the wedding of Sarah Mollouck and Matt Crain.

Sarah works for Pitties Love Peace which is a rescue organization in Pennsylvania.

Sarah and Matt have three rescue dogs and they foster puppies and dogs who are looking for forever homes.

They figured it would be so special to incorporate their love of rescue dogs in their wedding.

Scratch the bouquets, in came rescue puppies!
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Bride Sarah Mallouck poses with a pit bull mix puppy and one of her bridesmaids holds another rescue puppy instead of flower bouquets.

Bride Sarah Mallouck poses with a pit bull mix puppy and one of her bridesmaids holds another rescue puppy instead of flower bouquets. Credit: Caroline Logan Photography

Wedding photographer Caroline Logan jumped right in capturing the adorable moments and pups.

TheDodo.com reports the pups are named after America’s first First Ladies.

They are Martha, Abigail, Dolley, Elizabeth and Louisa.

They are boxer-coonhound puppies who were rescued days after they were born.

They’re now 8 weeks old and doing great in loving foster homes.
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Even the groomsmen got into the rescue puppy spirit at the wedding of dog lovers Sarah Mallouk and Matt Crain.

Even the groomsmen got into the rescue puppy spirit at the wedding of dog lovers Sarah Mallouk and Matt Crain. Credit: Caroline Logan Photography

If one of these pups is speaking to you, you can apply to adopt with Pitties Love Peace.

If you like stories about dogs coming true, you might like my book,

“Hope Possible: A Network News Anchor’s Thoughts On Losing Her Job, Finding Love, A New Career, And My Dog, Always My Dog.”

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Bridesmaids Hold Rescue Puppies Instead Of Bouquets

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