Most little girls have fantasized about their wedding day growing up but, while they were dreaming about romantic long gowns and pink flowers everywhere, you were more attracted to red roses and skulls.
Believe it or not, rock’n’roll-inspired weddings, as well as those inspired by the motorbike culture are becoming more and more popular, meaning there are plenty of ideas that can spark your interest and help you enjoy the most magical day of your existence. If you’re into a motorbike wedding, here are some easy tips to help you organize it according to your expectations.
Consider your dream outfit
Who said that a motorbike bride can’t wear a girly wedding dress? In fact, combining a romantic-inspired gown with a leather jacket and a pair of bike boots will not only look cool but will also be comfortable, especially if you’re considering an outdoor venue for the after-party.
An embroidered black or red leather jacket works perfectly with a headband made of natural flowers and a white wedding dress, be it long or short. If traditional doesn’t suit you, opt for bolder wedding dress colors such as red or even black. All you need is the perfect attitude.
Make your wedding theme clear
Themed weddings are all fun and games as long as the guests respect the dress code. If you are planning a rock-inspired wedding complete with a ride on your motorbike, make sure all the guests are aware of your plans and dress accordingly.
State clear in your invitation that all guests must wear casual or biker outfits if you don’t want to be the one looking weird at your own wedding.
Create a memorable wedding cake
Let’s face it – it’s all about the bride and the cake on the wedding day, so you need to make sure these two are perfect from all angles. You already sorted out your outfit and completed it with the right rock’n’roll accessories, so now you need to focus on the wedding cake.
It doesn’t have to be too big unless you are planning on inviting over 200 people at the reception. However, it needs to be memorable and unique, just like you and your partner. Pick a theme that represents you and your passion for bikes, leather jackets, and long rides. It can be inspired by one of your favorite shows or decorated with small bikes.
It needs to blend with the rest of the decors, as well as with the venue location. Last but not least, it also needs to be delicious to stick to something that all guests will love – chocolate, vanilla, butter, red velvet or lemon are perfect for a laid-back, casual wedding like yours.
Reminders are small gifts you offer to the guests attending your wedding as a token of your appreciation for them. But, instead of opting for dull chocolate boxes, honey jars or photographs with the bride and groom, you can give your guests something truly memorable and worthy of a biker-style wedding.
There are plenty of online sources of inspiration, from miniature motorbikes with your names on them to pressure wrenches decorated with flowers.
If most of your friends and family members attending the event are motorcycle enthusiasts, you should make sure cars are not allowed on the venue premises. It will make for an exclusive setup and even help to create the perfect decor for a candid photoshoot.
If the budget allows, you can rent motorcycles for those who cannot come with their own and even opt for a classic or vintage model parked outside of the venue location. We’re thinking of a cool Chopper with loud handlebar speakers and leather seats for a laid-back vibe.