Brides and grooms are usually there for the general feel of the laneway rather than for a specific art piece. When creating this walking tour, I had the opportunity to witness a couple taking their pictures and they were just all over the place. Regardless of the method used to create the graffiti (paste ups, stencils, stickers, tagging, etc), they would pose and engage with the street art that was all around them. This way of engaging with all the art pieces that were surrounding them shows how far street art has come.
What used to be an underground culture has evolved in such a way that is now a mainstream and popular culture. When you think of wedding photographs, the idea of taking them in a laneway with so much chaos and graffiti could had sounded insane some years ago, but now days, taking such memorable pictures in Hosier Lane has become really popular.