No ProbLlama: The Best Wedding Guests/Reception Entertainment

FRICKIN’ WEDDING LLAMAS.

Stay calm. Breathe in through the nose, out through the mouth. Keep screaming to a minimum but prepare for a spiked heart rate and an utter obsession:

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YUP.

THESE DUDES (Napoleon the Alpaca, left – & Rojo the Llama, right) WILL GRACE YOU WITH THEIR PRESENCE AT YOUR WEDDING. These incredible creatures are therapy animals from Mountain Peaks Therapy Llamas and Alpacas – they’re trained to greet guests, wear adorable outfits, take photos and GIVE KISSES. KISSES!

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Mountain Peak is a faith-based non-profit organization, which strives to share the love of God through animal-assisted therapy and camelid education among all ages. The therapy animals are trained to interact guests of all ages (and numbers!) Rojo and Napoleon have attended numerous weddings and love going to children’s hospitals, senior communities and schools. Rojo is literally the top llama in the world and has published his own children books, detailing all his adventures! Napoleon is notorious for his smaller stature and kind nature, he’s even walked the runway at a fashion show.

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The duo has traveled to Portland, Oregon, Vancouver and other locations, but they’re stationed in Woodland, Washington – so you’ll have to contact Mountain Peaks to see if they’re able to travel to your wedding! (Or, just plan your entire wedding around these precious beings and problem solved.)

SEE HOW THEY CAN BRING PURE HAPPINESS TO YOUR BIG DAY:

 We’re inviting our bulldogs – Are you incorporating animals into your wedding? Let’s discuss below!

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