Harley Davidson Wedding Accessories
Harley Themed Wedding Ideas
Dear SuperWeddings: I am planning a wedding that is very unique. My future husband and I have a passion for riding motorcycles. We want to turn this into our wedding theme. I have a few ideas but would love to hear more that would make my guests heads turn. Any ideas? ~ Stephanie
Answer: Oh YES, we DO have Harley Wedding ideas! And many of our visitors who have had Harley weddings have contributed their Harley Wedding ideas too! Read below to see a ton of Harley theme wedding ideas!
What comes to mind is to incorporate a Harley motor-bike cake topper. I’ve seen them before – check around and you’ll probably find one. The one’s I’ve seen are really cute, with a little bride and groom riding the motorbike. Also, I’m hearing “born to be wild” (by Steppenwolf) playing at this wedding, possibly when you and your bridal party are announced as you enter the reception.
It sounds like its going to be a really memorable and fun wedding!
Read below for more Harley Themed Wedding suggestions from REAL BRIDES…
Harley Theme Wedding Ideas from Other Couples
~I thought that my bridesmaids would walk down the aisle to “Leather And Lace” by Stevie Nicks. I am having two flower girls and I thought that it would be different if they both wore a pair of angel wings. Since it’s hard to find invitations that I like with the Harley theme, I am designing those myself; along with my save-the-dates, and wedding programs. Any ideas you can think of also would be great. Thanks.
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~ I am using a Harley saddlebag as the card “box”. The reception tables are white, with black table runners and orange and “chrome colored” confetti. The centerpiece is a hurricane globe and I stenciled the Harley bar and shield on the glass (there is stencil paint that is made for glass, it looks sandblasted and is washable.)
~ Harley Wedding Guest Book Idea – Instead of the standard guest book, take an old riders vest, helmet or other personal item and have guests sign the vest with silver metallic pen. Frame it in a shadow box.
~ I am planning a biker wedding and geez it’s a whole lot harder than I thought it would be. I made my own invitations, I bought the kit at walmart(17$ for a set of 50 with reply cards and envolopes) and found a picture I liked that represented Harley Davidson and a wedding. They turned out great. .
~ We too are planning a Harley wedding theme; it will be outdoors so we are having a pig roast corn, salads, etc. We are to have the wedding party drive up on bikes, then after we exchange vows we all are going for aride around town then back!
~ I am also having a Harley/ Biker themed wedding. I found a awesome cake, three tiers, with icing that looks like leather. I went to the local Harley dealer and got chrome decals for the sides of the cake. Also Biker Bobble Heads for the table – really fun way to decorate the reception tables. The colors are Red, Silver and Black. For cake toppers I am using one of the groom’s favorite Harley collectibles. Wish me luck!
~ There are some beautiful Harley wedding flowers on e-bay. They are very elegant and it goes to show any wedding can be tastefully done.
~ I’m also planning a biker wedding for next year! I just want to say thanks to everyone on here!! I’ve gotten some really great ideas that I’ve already shown to my hubby (we’re renewing our vows) and he LOVES them!!!
~ I just had a “Harley” wedding. We held it at our favorite biker bar that we go to every weekend. Everyone wore Harley t-shirts and jeans, NO DRESSES. My cake was made by my best friend. I know this sounds weird but for cake decorations I went to Hobby Lobby in the scrapbook section. They had tons of metal Harley items for scrap books that really made the cake look great. I also have a great friend who picked up a Heritage softail wedding cake topper at a Harley shop in Iowa. My bouquet, garter and headdress were hand made by the same lady who did the cake. We then had a live band play at our home for the reception and it was great. It was a somewhat non-traditional wedding in the home, but it was really “us” and I wouldn’t change a thing.