Brides-to-be, take note: That photo that's been on your Pinterest board for 10 years doesn't have to be exactly recreated on your wedding day. Especially when you have to take up an entire Midtown block to do so.
A video is circulating on TiKTok and Twitter of a 19-person bridal party ambling down 5th Avenue, their photographer poised and clicking away, with New York City traffic at a crawl behind them.
My questions are as follows:
- How many times did they do this slow walk forward?
- How much will the editing cost to remove the city bus and ambulance from the resulting photos? And can we all see them?
- How do you even have this many friends for a wedding party?!
Upon seeing the video and its reactions, a viewer who was supposedly part of this bridal brigade was quick to point out a few "facts" that aren't immediately obvious just from watching this clip:
Whether you believe that this really was just a 15-second ordeal, or that the ambulance didn't actually have anywhere else it needed to be, is totally up to you. But I'll tell ya who doesn't care about any of their excuses: the MTA.
Congrats to the happy couple, but maybe try this between red lights next time?