This amazing photo of Ai Wei Wei’s display I spotted on David Stark’s blog reminded me how much I love the sight of a bicycle at a wedding. It suits a fun, whimsical wedding so well and if you’re active bike riders? Well what a way to include a hobby into your wedding day!

(1) Sarah and Geordan (by Mod Photography via One Lovely Day) had a bicycle theme wedding,  (2) Adding a bicycle motif to their stationery and using a red one as their “getaway car”. Sweet blue and yellow bikes (by Sarah Layne Photography  via Wedding Chicks) (3) This farm wedding was full of electic, colourful details- bold getaway bikes being just one of them! (photo by  Tiny Water Photography via Wedding Chicks) (4) This insanely awesome bicycle wedding (coordinated by Jordan of Oh Happy Day!) had guests ride a progressive wedding trail of sorts on bikes with the bride and groom! (Photo by Rachel Thurston via Martha Stewart Weddings)

(1) Firstly, this bicycle wedding shot? One of my favourite bicycle weddings ever! The bride and groom rode away from their eco friendly wedding on a mint and a purple bicycle- their wedding colours! (Photo by Feather & Stone Photography from Stephanie & Joseph’s Wedding) . (2) This sweet bicycle shot is from an Irish Boho style inspiration shoot (by Brosnan Photographic. via Wedding Chicks)  (3) Isn’t this basket of flowers sweet on this wedding bike? (Photo by Simply Bloom Photography via Love & Lavender) (4) I love, love how happy and carefree this couple look (probably epitomizes why I love bikes at weddings!) (by Kellan Studios via Style Me Pretty)

(1) This couple made their getaway on the bride’s parent’s tandem bike.(By Mariano Delgado via Snippet & Ink). (2) This shot of Chelsea and Tec (by Jose Villa via Once Wed) is one of my favourite wedding photos ever. (3) This bicycle wedding involved the couple leading their guests to their reception in a bicycle procession (Photo by Inbal Sivan via Perfect Bound)

If I wasn’t so nervous and perhaps a little more coordinated, I’d fancy one of these gorgeous bicycles from CycleStyle. I might leave that to the more coordinated, braver people of the world though.. (thank goodness says Mr Polka).