This Is The Cutest New Wedding Trend You'll Ever See

Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Logan Photography.
If you’re looking for an adorable way to make your wedding photos stand out, take note of the props this Pennsylvania couple chose to pose with on their big day. Matt and Sarah Crain love spending time with their three rescue dogs, and Matt even proposed while they were out on a walk with the pups. The theme of puppy love continued into their wedding planning; Sarah came up with the idea to take post-ceremony photos with six pups who were in need of forever homes.

Instead of the typical flower bouquets, the bridesmaids held Boxer-Coonhound puppies from Pitties Love Peace, a non-profit dog rescue organization where the bride works. The five puppies are sisters from the same litter and each is adorably named after a former First Lady: Martha, Abigail, Dolley, Elizabeth, and Louisa. Could it get any cuter? Yes, because the bride held a nine-week-old rescue Pitbull puppy named Biggie Smalls.

Caroline Logan, a Lancaster, PA-based photographer, captured this unique wedding memory. Logan said of the puppy photo shoot, "When the bride, Sarah, first came to me with this idea, I was thrilled! While photographing six rambunctious puppies definitely brought an added challenge, it also caused the bridal party to be more at ease. Having something to divert attention from that uncomfortable Oh my goodness, I'm getting my picture taken, what do I do with my hands? feeling to pure puppy bliss made for relaxed photos." Sounds like the perfect remedy for wedding-day jitters. We hope this becomes a new bridal-party norm.
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Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Logan Photography.
Biggie Smalls looks very interested in whichever First Lady he got to pose next to.
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Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Logan Photography.
Even the groomsmen took the puppies out for a spin.
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Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Logan Photography.
The bride, Sarah, has served on the Board of Directors for Pitties Love Peace (as secretary and primary dog trainer) since its founding in 2011. These pups are close to her heart.
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Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Logan Photography.
These puppies and many more are available for adoption through Pitties Love Peace in central Pennsylvania.
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Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Logan Photography.
Photographer Caroline Logan reported that, thankfully, there was no puppy drama, and no accidents happened during the pup-centric portion of the photo shoot.
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Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Logan Photography.
Logan said, "the puppies caused the photos to be extra natural, candid, and carefree — exactly what I strive for in my work! The wedding party was loving all the puppy snuggles."
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