LifestylePets Toast and Finn marry at The High Line Hotel: Marchesa, Chloe the mini Frenchie and more surprises By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Updated January 13, 2016 10:38 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email "I was told there would be lots of treats," one guest complained as her canine companion wiggled restlessly in the paw-friendly puptial pews. Dog treats were nowhere in sight, though a bar serving White Girl Rosè and a signature wedding cocktail (Smirnoff, cranberry juice, ginger beer) in honor of the bride and groom -- Instagram-famous dogs Toast and Finn, owned by comedian The Fat Jew and socialite-philanthropist Amanda Hearst, respectively -- made for plenty of toasts celebrating puppy love at The High Line Hotel on Wednesday night. More than 200 eager guests, both human and canine, pushed through crowds, past a taped-off area labeled "RHONY Only" -- "real" housewives of both Bravo fame and the real-real deal were proudly in attendance -- to get a good view of the altar for what was sure to generate a solid flow of Instagram double taps. Legendary gossip columnist Cindy Adams, dressed in a red cardigan embroidered with sparkling dogs of various breeds, officiated, though she was told she'd have to keep things short, because she was marrying dogs. "The last time someone gave me two minutes was my wedding night," Adams joked as she introduced the bride, Toast, a 10-year-old rescue Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. ("Amanda Hearst would never have a commoner,” Adams added, nodding to the regal breed.) Finn, a 7-year-old dachshund-Chihuahua mix who quite impressively balanced a miniature top hat throughout the ceremony, reminded Adams of human romance. "Falling in love with a younger man has happened to many of us old broads," the 85-year-old writer said. After reading wedding announcements from the Scranton Tribune and tossing one from the New York Times ("Who reads that?!"), Adams welcomed the bridal party down the aisle. Dog friends Chloe the mini Frenchie, Ella Bean, Muppet, Pants and Baby pawed their way down the aisle in matching pink sweaters. The Fat Jew, Toast's father, was not in attendance. Nor were any cats. As the music shifted to Pachelbel's Canon, Toast came down the aisle in Simon Doonan's arms as manager Katie Sturino watched proudly from the altar. The bride looked fetching in a custom-made Marchesa gown paired with a Vera Wang leash. "Am I milking this too much?" Doonan laughed as he posed every few steps on the aisle-turned-runway. The code of conduct for a dog wedding was unclear, but the dress code was not: Doonan sported a chic leather motorcycle jacket and sunglasses while attendees wore everything from cocktail gowns to furry vests and denim pants, though some dog guests preferred to stay in the nude. When the bride reunited with her groom at the altar, Adams confirmed that nobody would object and forever hold their pees, and pronounced the dog couple married. Their faces smooshed together to kiss and guests leaped out of their seats to get the perfect #zolatoastsfinn shot. This was, after all, an Instagram wedding. By no power invested in him at all, Doonan announced that it was time to paw-ty -- and paw-ty the crowd did. Mazel tov! Welcome to Toast and Finn's puptials! Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz The program included the official wedding hashtag, Instagram handles of all the dogs in the bridal party and a complete list of sponsors, just like your average human wedding. Guests were eager to get in on the action Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Some pups really dressed up Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz While others were happiest in just fur Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Fur was the most popular look of the night Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Beloved guests were equally supportive and furry Photo Credit: Melissa kravitz Dog sweaters were another popular outfit choice Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Winter 2016 is all about the no-pants sweater look Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Finn kept his top hat on like a pro Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz The bride debuted her Marchesa gown before the ceremony Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Furry friends preceded Toast down the aisle Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz And Simon Doonan took the spotlight with Toast Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz The paw-ty exhausted some guests Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz There was a special relief station outside the party Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz And plenty of cake! Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz And doggy bags to go! Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Toast and Finn plan doggone good weddingYou're invited! 16 city dogs to follow immediately We've found the cutest, weirdest and feistiest canines in the city. We literally can't even: White Girl Rose is coming this June!"There's a little bit of white girl in all of us." Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.