Planterra Conservatory Wedding Photos of Sarah & Ryan – West Bloomfield. It’s a dog’s life! Wedding photos from a dog’s perspective.
If you’re a couple who want typical wedding photos, that’s just not me! But if you are curious about having dogs in weddings and some unique Planterra Conservatory wedding photos, this is the blog for you! If you’re wondering if Sarah and Ryan also received oodles (1,500+) of wedding photos that included details and all the things you might normally expect from a wedding photographer, don’t worry. All the typical, normal bases are covered, and you can scroll down to the bottom if you’d like to see some a few of my favorites.
There were two very important elements (well, three, but one of them I’m not at liberty to discuss here) going on at this family fueled, gastro indulgent and visually luscious wedding. Wedding at Planterra Conservatory in Bloomfield Hills are always stunning, the staff are always enthusiastic and the food is to die for. Sarah and Ryan’s wedding went off without a hitch. Except for their youngest wedding party members.
Introducing Frankie, the 2 year old mutt and “Little Miss K” as I’ll callÃ‚Â the 2 year old flower girl. They both had starring roles in Sarah and Ryan’s Planterra Conservatory wedding.
I’ve had dogs play their role as “practice child” at weddings before. The dog is usually around for a short while and then are whisked off by a loving caretaker. Or the dog shows up for photos. On a leash. Well away from the bride’s white dress. This wedding venue also serves as a working greenhouse chalk full of plants which means the floors track a lot of dirt from the public and from watered plants. It’s clean ish. So a dog with full run of the conservatory that happily figured out the motion detectors on the automatic front doors also got to go in and out, usually escorted, but sometimes not. But Frankie didn’t jump on anyone, didn’t bark, didn’t pee (as far as I could tell) and didn’t mooch food (too much). He was a perfect gentleman. Until he ran out the propped open door during the ceremony. The bride’s brother quickly retrieved the dog and held him the rest of the ceremony.
The other youngster was the flower girl. She too didn’t jump on anyone, or bark or pee. She did mooch food and she did take a tumble and bleed (no crying though!) and happily followed me around during all the speeches. She was a much easier target to focus on than the constantly on the move dog. She at least paused every once in a while!
If you read my blogs, by now you’ll know that I rarely post the normal, expected photos you’d find on 99% of wedding blogs. I’m not showcasing the pretty place settings, the fabulous flower arrangements at Planterra or it’s spectacular setting. My wedding blog isn’t about trying to look like all the other photos out of a Michigan wedding bridal magazine.
So enjoy the photos with my take of the day from the dog and flower girl’s point of view. Sorry to basically cut Sarah and Ryan out of this wedding photo blog, but I thought you all might enjoy seeing a Planterra wedding from their points of view. FYI, EVERYONE thought Planterra should have a dog at every wedding. He was a bit. Like having a tender touch stone or an on site therapy dog that brings all sort of people together.
And here are a few of my favorite Planterra Conservatory wedding photos from the day that don’t have much to do with dogs at weddings!