Bikers Trevor and Jerri wanted their wedding to reflect that mutual love so they got married in the only way they knew how! “Our wedding was a soulful, rustic biker wedding”, said the bride. “It is our way of living, so why change who we are for one day?”
“The ceremony was outside the front of Tawatina Alberta Church. It’s the church Trevor’s Great Grandpa went to but it has since been condemned. His uncle even went and made new stairs for us to stand on. It was chilly but still a beautiful day. I walked down the aisle to Stevie Nicks and my arms were linked with my dad and my step-dad’s. I saw our beautiful bridal crew and my amazing step-daughter and of course, my love waiting for me. I have never felt so blessed and so grateful than I did in that moment and with all of our loved ones around us with love and support the best vibes I have ever felt… And afterwards the entire wedding party rode down the aisle after on Harley Davidsons!”
Logan and Hope were married at the Wharfinger Building, on the harbour of Eureka, California. They didn’t want a cheesy theme, they just wanted to include things they love. The result was this amazing leopard print and motorbike mash up!
“When we first started planning our wedding, I knew there were quite a few things we weren’t overly fond of”, the bride said. “My vision of a wedding has always had one plan: a party. We always joked that we would throw a giant fancy party and get married at the beginning of it… And that’s exactly what we did!”
“I took each detail of a ‘normal’ wedding and twisted it to satisfy what Logan and I wanted. We didn’t like any of the vows or ceremonies we read and since Logan’s dad was becoming ordained specifically to marry us, we worked with him to write our own, non-secular vows. I searched, and read and researched so many different vows and ceremonies and we wanted to be silly and personalised.”
Natasha and Justin are one of those couples that you see and instantly want to know their story. Luckily for you, Rock n Roll Bride is here to share their incredible wedding pictures and tell you all about it.
The couple met through mutual friends. “We started seeing each other the second Natasha became available and that was that”, explained Justin. “We got married on September 6th and the inspiration for our wedding was 60s handmade décor. Also bright colours mixed with an outdoor cabin getaway. All the decorations were DIY.”
The day was held at Camp Howdy in Belcarra, British Columbia. “The biggest expense was our photographers, Nordica, because we know our photos would be the one thing to jog our memories of our wedding day when we are too old to remember”, he said. “We knew Nordica would document the day they way we saw it, and that was well worth the money. However we saved money because we were able to supply our own alcohol at the venue.”