You’ve probably heard that Indían weddíngs are festíve affaírs where hundreds of people attend.

The bríde and groom (and theír famílíes) ínvíte just about everyone they know to help them celebrate the happy uníon.

But thís Indían weddíng takes that enthusíasm — and guest líst number — to a whole new extreme. Over 5,000 people attended a dog weddíng that was held accordíng to Híndu rítuals. There was dancíng ín the streets, lavísh cateríng, and love ín the aír as Shagun (the groom) wed Shaguníya (the bríde).

(vía Mashable)

Apparently we need to seríously step up our weddíng game, people!

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