What color do Japanese brides wear?
Likewise, people ask, what should you not wear to a Japanese wedding?
A formal kimono is acceptable at a wedding, but please do so only if you know how to wear one properly. Otherwise, as a basic rule, just be sure not to wear white. Black and any other colors are fine; women should generally wear subdued heels and take care not to reveal shoulders, knees or toes.
Also, what do you wear to a Shinto wedding? Wear something simple, but chic, such as a cocktail dress (black is okay), closed high heels and simple jewellery — with that nothing can go wrong. For men, the standard is a black suit with a white tie, though suits of other colors (in-line with common sense) and colored ties are fine as well.
Beside this, what is the wedding tradition in Japan?
Today, the traditional Japanese ceremony is Shinto-style, performed by a Shinto priest and held at a shrine. The ceremony itself is very formal and usually very private, with only close family and a few guests present. Shiro-muku. Brides who choose a Shinto-style wedding wear a white kimono, called shiro-muku.
Do Japanese weddings have bridesmaids?
With Japanese weddings, the ceremony is usually only reserved for the close family of the bride and groom and casual friends and co-workers usually do not attend. You also don't find the use of bridesmaids or a best man that you would find in American weddings.