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'Herd' on the street: Alpacas in bow ties and floral wreaths are the hot new country wedding trend - Joggingvideo.com
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'Herd' on the street: Alpacas in bow ties and floral wreaths are the hot new country wedding trend

Ever thought about renting an alpaca or two (or three or four) for an upcoming wedding?

An alpaca farm in Kent, England, that also functions as a wedding venue is offering to dress up its alpacas for a bride and groom’s special day. 

The owners of Lower Bush Alpacas recently received a call from someone who asked if they could bring out their alpacas for a planned wedding, according to SWNS, the British news agency.  

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The farm offers different packages based on what the bride and groom desire in terms of interacting with the animals. 

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The “mingling with alpacas” package costs over $500. 

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Savage said that the farm, which he grew up on, now has 15 alpacas. 

“All the surrounding areas where we walk the alpacas … was my play area as a child,” he told SWNS.

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Jon Savage added that the happy experiences enjoyed by the bride, groom and wedding guests make it a treat for all. 

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