Attendees included politicians such as Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and City Council President Brandon Scott. Despite the VIPs, the wedding looks to have been a low-key affair, a combination of potluck and block party.
People should get married on closed streets in front of their homes every damn day. Had so much fun with friends and old neighbors I didn't even take a single photo. Congrats @erinfostel and @ElectRyanDorsey.
Everyone seemed to have a good time, with Liz Cornish, executive director of the Bikemore cycling advocacy group, indicating that the event had restored her faith not only in love, but also in the city.
If you want to restore your faith in love watch @erinfostel + @ElectRyanDorsey get married. If you want to restore your faith in Baltimore watch the Mayor take photos during a wedding. Love is the touchstone to humanity. It's important to check in every now and then.
Dorsey has long been a vocal proponent of biking and other alternatives to cars in Baltimore. In 2017, he introduced “Complete Streets" legislation aimed at forcing the city’s transportation department to provide more bike lanes, sidewalks and public transit options. The bill passed the following year.