Monday, September 23, 2013

Two Brides♡♡♡

I'd like to introduce two Japanese brides who approved me to post in my blog♡♡♡ 
Although we didn't attend the ceremonies, I'm really happy to be able to have a chance to share pictures of two lovely Japanese brides with my friends.
Nowadays not all the brides, but almost all the brides used to wear white kimono called "白無垢;shiromuku”.  You'll also love to see the link of the picture page. 

*My cousin's daughter*
She married this 15th. I went to see the pictures to my cousin's house and enjoyed chatting with my two cousins. They also prepared birthday surprise for me. I had a great time with my two cousins♡♡


The candy rings with rose design on top of the cake was made by the sister of the bride.
Maybe, my friends remember my post here about her efforts for her big sister(*^_^*)   They are pointing the rings; really sweet scene




*My husband's lady ex-colleague*
Last month, she came to our house to pick up the wedding present my husband prepared for her and had soba lunch he made. She gave me the pictures of fitting session. As you can see, she chose the Japanese-inspired dress  She happened to get married 15th of this month. Her wedding ceremony was held bit away from where we live.

I hope you enjoyed the lovely Japanese new brides' pictures♬♬♬
Happy Autumnal Equinox Day to all of you♪♪♪
Linking this post to Our world Tuesday
I'm not home today, visiting you later my friends.      A.M 8:30 9.23.2013


28 comments:

  1. my word. both beautiful brides! we are used to the gorgeous white bridal dresses, here and i think they showcase a bride very well. but the 2nd dress with japanese influence is just so impressive! wow!

    thank you for sharing both. and the cake topper turned out fabulously!

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  2. Oh what beautiful brides! They both look so lovely and happy. And the dresses, amazing! I love the Japanese-inspired dress wry much. How unique!
    The cake looks very pretty :-) It must have tasted very sweet, too!
    I wish both couples a very happy marriage!!

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  3. soooooooooooooo beautiful these brides are!
    the cake looks wonderful..and the candy rings with the rose design...fabulous!!!

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  4. Beautiful bride and beautiful dresses! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  5. Oh, these are stunning dresses, my dear friend! I so enjoyed looking at them, and the cake was gorgeous, as well. I'm sure both weddings will be long remembered for their beauty.

    Have a wonderful week!
    xo

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  6. Both the girls look so pretty :) Such memorable and beautiful pictures.

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  7. Dearest Miyako,
    Lovely brides (and grooms!) in their traditional Japanese silk brocade (I just assume by looking at it, as I remember from my fashion design study time). The pictures on that site did not load very fast but the one head cover looked very different, like an egg warmer almost.
    Your husband's former lady colleague looks stunning in that silk brocade gown and she is so elegant almost looking like a Barbie doll. They all would qualify for Singapore Girl as stewardess!
    When I studied fashion I learned that the Japanese silk and the Italian silk is the best quality in the world.
    Hugs to you sweet friend and thanks for sharing this. You are most generous for thinking about doing this!
    Mariette

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  8. My dear Miyako - What absolutely wonderful photos for us to look at today. I just adore weddings - everyone is so happy! That second bride's Japanese dress is absolutely beautiful, and so different to what we are used to seeing here in the West. How lovely that she chose a Japanese style wedding dress. The very first photo is just divine! What a beautiful bride - what a gorgeous dress! I'm running out of words to describe the beauty of it all! I just love outfits in the second photo. They both look so young and a little bit nervous! Bless! Thank you for sharing these special events with us today, and I'm glad you had a lovely time with your cousins.

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  9. Lindos noivos e festa. Felicidades à eles! beijos,chica

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  10. Great sequence!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  11. Beauitul, beautiful brides! Thanks for sharing your world today.

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  12. I loved this post! Both the sets of wedding pictures are wonderful. It is so interesting to see the way they keep the
    Japanese traditions in a more modern form. Always lovely to see the joy on the faces of the young couples just starting their lives together!

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  13. very precious shots. glad they said yes to posting these shots.

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  14. Beautiful brides and wonderful photography ~ i honored to have you share this ~ carol ^_^

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  15. Hello Miyako, the brides are beautiful. And I love all the pretty dresses. And the cakes, oh my they look so yummy! Gorgeous photos, thanks for sharing your lovely photos! Have a happy week!

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  16. I enjoyed seeing the fashionable Japanese brides - so lovely! The modern Japanese-inspired dress is a masterpiece of design!

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  17. Miyako,
    gosh I love that Japanese inspired dress. awesome! It seems as though they have to have several oufits?

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  18. What lovely brides! And nice to see the colourful dresses.

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  19. I remember seeing a Japaneese weading when was there many years ago. Beautiful photos and the bride is as well

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  20. I remember seeing a Japaneese weading when was there many years ago. Beautiful photos and the bride is as well

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  21. Dearest Miyako sama!
    A Wonderful of wutukusi Japanese brides. Your two cousins! your husband prepared for her and has SOBA lunch he made.
    The cakes a very pretty lovely sweet
    cake too!
    Have a enjoy with your family.
    Michiko

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  22. What a treat those photos were. The brides look amazing in their dresses.

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  23. wow, gorgeous fabrics. your husband's lady ex-colleague's is wonderful. it looks so happy.

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  24. Beautiful brides, beautiful dresses.

    Diana

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  25. What beautiful brides not sure which dress I like best though they are both so lovely......

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  26. My dear Miyako, I do hope that you get to read this comment. I couldn't leave one on the little post that you put up to say that you weren't feeling well. Please feel better soon my friend, and thank you so much for still popping over to my place to leave your sweet comments. Sending you a bit 'feel better' hug! x

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  27. Absolutely gorgeous brides Miyako.Am glad you shared these pictures with us.Utterly spellbound..

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