Scena D’uno Japanese Wedding Kimono

Scena D'uno Japanese wedding kimono wasou collection

The beautiful colors and textures from Scena D’uno wasou bridal kimono (着物) collection are sure to inspire any bride looking for a bit of eastern flair for their wedding day.

A really sweet gentle lavender based kimono with purple, pink and dashes of lime green.

Purple, lavender with green detail Japanese Kimono

How’s this for gorgeous? Sheer pink overcoat with large flowers and leaves. Cute matching purse!

Beautiful pink 3D flower japanese kimono with train

Pretty pink peonies. So kawaii it could well be part of a furisode kimono line for younger ladies.

Pink, red rose flower blossom Japanese wedding kimono

Back of the same pink dress showing an ornately-fashioned knot or musubi. A similar design in light blue is equally sweet, don’t you think?

Lovely kawaii pink and light blue Japanese kimono

Watercolor style blossoms on the light shade of sheer pink fabric. Lovely! Weirdly, the model reminds me of Takuya Kimura in this pose. :D Actually, her name is Uno Kanda (神田うの) and she’s a Japanese model and actress. Other popular celebrities who had created their own bridal fashion line include Lena Fujii (藤井リナ) with her label L et Lena and Yuko Ogura (小倉 優子) with You Priere.

Beautiful pink lavender purple painted flower Japanese wedding kimono

Something bolder – a fiery red coat with sakura, peonies chrysanthemums and gold tassles.

Red Japanese wedding kimono from Scene D'uno Wasou bridal costume collection

Styles with 3D flower detail. I want the one on the left, kudasai. Love the luscious shade of burgundy.

Beautiful red and pink with 3D flower detail on Japanese kimono

In full wedding regalia – an uchikake or long ceremonial over coat worn over the kimono and head dress or tsunokakushi completes the look. Unlike a western wedding gown train the robe is long throughout, from the front to the back, so the bride has to pick up the length of the coat as she walks.

Japanese white wedding kimono with ceremonial over coat with long train uchikake

This hooded head piece called wataboshi is also used in traditional Japanese ceremonies.

Japanese white wedding kimono with light pink flowers. Worn with ceremonial over coat with long train uchikake and head dress tsunokakushi

Back view of gold obi sash showing a version of the drum knot or taiko musubi accented with pink and red roses to match the motif on the dress.

Gold and red Japanese traditional dress kimono from Scene D'uno wasou bridal collection

More beautiful kimonos here (website in Japanese).

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18 COMMENTS

  1. I am trad from Saudi Arabia i see your dress and love it all
    can you send to me the prises with shaipping to
    saudi arabia – city is (madina)

  2. I think they are fabulous! Kimonos are the most beautiful ladies’ garments, so sensual and feminine. I so much wish that the japanese women would go back to wearing kimonos!

  3. I’ve tried my best but I can’t read Japanese… could you please let me know what the prices are and where I can buy the lavender, pink and lime green kimono? I will save as much money as I have to to own it. It is soo beautiful :)

  4. I love the pinks! I think my favourite is the watercolour style one, the model is holding a half-closed gold fan. But they’re all lovely, really. Kimonos are such a unique type of dress that is so dissimilar from everything else, and have such a beautiful style.

  5. Please forward pricing and pictures of your available online/overseas trading costumes of authentic Wedding Kimonos for women – ALL pieces please.

    For Nakazaki Family in United States

  6. Pls email me the price of the res one. And the name of all parts the comes with it. Do i deliver in kacksonville florida? Do u rent it out or sell it

  7. Hello!

    Where can I buy those beautiful and gorgeous kimonos? I would really like to buy one of them :)

  8. We do not sell the dresses featured here. Please visit the link to their website at the end of the post and contact them directly. Thanks!

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