Make your kitteh an honorary usher

Updated Oct 12 2015


Tribesmaid Onesonicbite and her groom Jon are cat parents and would love to have their kitty be included in the wedding. See, we cat people are jealous of all the adorable ring dogs. But bringing a cat to the ceremony would only lead to certain drama and crazy cat overreaction, so it's best they stay home and nap. Onesonicbite is creating an awesome wooden cut-out of her cat Toulouse to guard their program information board! It's a fabulous way to honor the feline fur baby while not putting her through the stress of actually being there.

One of Jon's best men will be painting the final product after his father cuts her into shape. It takes a village to make a big wooden cat. We will definitely be wanting to see the final version of this.

Oh, and this isn't the first time we've seen kitties represent. Check out Millenyum's invitations featuring Zulay.

  1. Definitely not a bad idea. We were thinking of making a photo collage of fiancé's family cats and our "first cat as a couple" cat… even the well-behaved one would be a disaster at an actual ceremony!

  2. We named our signature cocktails after our cats. We asked the bartender to keep track of which cat had the most "votes." Mine won, of course! :3

  3. I did this for my sister's wedding in Mexico! I used and they sent LIFESIZED cutouts of Reggie, Sheldon and Arthur, and we placed them next to me to surprise Sis as she walked down the aisle with Dad. She held it together til she saw Big Reg! She carried him around all night, petting him. (Sheldon is about 2 feet bigger than the other 2 boys, not sure why. I guess the image was larger?)

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  4. Ther will be a drawing of our cats playing with wedding rings as a STD. On the first sketch the illustrator sent me, one of them definitely had a "grumpy cat" look. Well, we'll see.

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