Lindsey Sirera
April 27, 2017 4:11 pm

Why have wedding drama when you could have wedding llamas? Praise the wedding powers that be, because this is by far the best nuptials idea we’ve ~ever~ heard. Brides and grooms lucky enough to be swapping I-do’s in the Portland, Oregon or Vancouver, Washington areas can now invite therapy llamas to join them in celebrating the happiest days of their lives. Nope, we’re not pulling your hoof leg; this is the real deal!

It’s a little-known fact that llamas (and their alpaca pals) love weddings.

And dressing the part? Well, that’s no probllama, either. These guys come equipped with snazzy wedding guest attire that’s guaranteed to make for your *best* wedding pictures. As a matter of fact, it probably also guarantees they’ll go viral.

“The Wedding Llamas,” as they’re better known on Instagram, hail from the Mountain Green Therapy Llamas and Alpacas. They’re a motley crew of seven certified service alpacas and llamas, and they make it their mission to help out their local community with service-animal visits.

Seriously, we can’t think of a better way to calm our nerves than hanging out with a group of partying llamas. Can you?

Of course, when they’re not out making kids’ days or cheering up folks at the senior center, these charitable party animals are available for hire.

Not only will they make all of your wedding wishes come true, but it looks like they’ll also make the rounds for everything from parades to fashion shows.

What can we say? These are *very* sociable llamas and alpacas.

And what’s more, all of the proceeds from their visits help fund the charity’s mission to bring llamas and love to those in need. If that’s not a noble mission, then we don’t know what is!

But back to weddings. If you happen to live in the area, we *strongly* advise giving the Wedding Llamas a call. Sure, it’s another wedding expense. But you’re missing the fact that these are the Wedding Llamas, and having them at your wedding will only make your big day infinitely more magical. Just saying!

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