Sometimes plans just fall apart and chaos crashes your meticulously planned wedding....
Gotta love weddings. Nothing says everlasting love like photoshopping yourself and your betrothed as centaurs. Y'know, for love. If not a half horse body, how about a genie? Maybe instead of photoshop, you'd like to throw some chickens in the air? We think these folks are onto something, and we'd like to see more people treat their weddings with more absurdity.
Remember yesterday when that super cute couple got really drunk and told the story about how they met?
Well they're already back with another video, which showcases their wedding's first dance. Justin Willman and Jillian Sipkins have a bit of a flair for what people like to watch on the Internet and this video is no different.
It really helps that Willman is a professional magician, which makes stunt like this a lot more likely in a wedding setting.
It's cute and makes all of us wish we could finally get married so our family would leave us alone about it, already.
When he found out a wedding shoot and the Philly Naked Bike Ride were happening on the same weekend, photographer Joe Gidjunis had a brilliant idea—why not combine them?
Couple Blair Delson and Ross Cohen agreed to the idea, and they got these amazing wedding photos.
"They were a little hesitant at first, but not opposed to the idea," Joe told the Huffington Post . "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."
Oh, it happened all right.
In case some of the bikers didn't want their privates being shown to the entire world, the photographer decided to darken some of the more sensitive regions.
"All of this was hysterical," Joe said. "And it took place in less than three minutes."
This bride just wanted her picture taken riding a horse on Myrtle Beach, but what she got was a bunch of bruises.
After mounting the beast, the horse got scared “because of the fabric” of the dress and immediately took off throwing her into the sand.It's not exactly the sort of magical moment you expect on your wedding day, but it’s definitely a memorable one.And yes, the bride is fine, according to photographer Jarrett Hucks.