Wallkill, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2007
Wuxtry! Wuxtry! Groom's father nixes son's wedding unless Fido is invited. Pause... Pause... Pause... Fido receives an invite. According to Mr. Leff, the groom's father drove from Omaha with Fido who was an integral part of the wedding after all. Fido with bells and ribbons ablaze drew a chariot ensconced with mango velvet cushions along with the elusive gold and diamond wedding bands aboard at Idyllic Weddings at Audrey's Farmhouse.
The passion of the wedding night has been significantly diluted over the years, according to Mr. Leff, by the duly accepted cohabitation of the bride and groom prior to the nuptials. Happiness and completeness today means comfort, familiarity, family, friends, smiles and Fido without the sadness of leaving him as he sullenly retreats into the catacombs of the kennel. The first, and perhaps only child, Fido will accompany the bride and groom on the honeymoon to Granada. Flying is difficult enough, so a bit of added agony is worthwhile to have a complete unit. Besides, Fido know when to be corner-bound when necessary - he has had vast experience.
Nothing can undermine the fact that Fido makes the whole world smile. The wagging of a precious tail can somehow approach the joy of the smashing of the glass and the exchange of the wedding cake tastes.
Mr. Leff enthuses, "Consider a pet-friendly wedding - protagonists and guests included." In the 21st century, pet-friendly weddings are where it is at. The Knot, Modern Bride and all of the best magazines should build on it and take it straight to Chase. Mr. Leff predicts that seven out of ten weddings will include the family dog by the end of 2008, and many variations on the theme will be normal. Take a tour of this boutique of sophisticated outdoor weddings and all it has to offer at http://www.IdyllicWeddings.com.
CONTACT: Donald Leff
EMAIL: Weddings @ IdyllicWeddings.com
For more information on the pet-friendly venue: http://www.IdyllicWeddings.com