Japanese Wedding For a traditional Japanese wedding, the bride often wears a pure white kimono for the formal ceremony, which symbolizes purity and maidenhood. After the ceremony the bride may then change into a red kimono to symbolize good luck.
Geisha Maiko Umeraku (by momoyama)-Maiko Umeraku (by momoyama) Together with other maiko and geiko (geisha) of the Kamishichiken district, Umeraku was hosting an open air tea ceremony at Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, Kyoto, Japan.
Wedding looks are already being submitted for Emperor Kaito's up coming nuptials to Queen Levana of Luna this September on the night of the Full Moon. And there is hope that Her Majesty might use Eastern Commonwealth Fashion
geisha-licious: maiko Wearing a beautiful pink floral embroidered kimono.