If you're worried about your ability to go with the flow on your wedding day, let newlyweds Blair Delson and Ross Cohen be your guides to a nonchalant attitude. The couple got married in Philadelphia on August 29, a date that, unbeknownst to them until a week before their wedding, also marked the city's Naked Bike Ride — which is exactly what it sounds like. And though Delson and Cohen didn't exactly try to get wedding pictures with naked men and women riding on bicycles in the background, what they ended up with will provide them with stories to tell for a lifetime.
As the duo posed for their photos outside of Philadelphia's City Hall on their big day, Delson in her wedding dress and Cohen in his suit, naked and body-painted cyclists came streaming by, an occurrence that their photographer, Joe Gidjunis of JPG Photography, had told them might happen.
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"They were a little hesitant at first, but not opposed to the idea," Gidjunis told The Huffington Post of suggesting that they take photos with the revelers. "By the time the wedding day came, they became more open to it happening, but they also didn't want to go looking for the bikers. If it happened, it happened."
Despite their initial hesitation, they ended up going for it once the bikers came near. "We saw them," Delson told PageSix, "and I sprinted in my heels and my wedding gown and decided to get in on the action."
The whole shoot took less than three minutes, and by all accounts, it was a massive success. Not only are the resulting pictures wildly fun and entertaining, but the bikers and bride and groom also got a kick out of it. "It was such a fun time when we were doing it," Blair told The Huffington Post. "The whole wedding process is so stressful and there's so much going on. And when we were out there, we were just laughing our pants off, having such a great time."