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Japan conceals many intricacies. Connoisseurs of the fine, the true connoisseurs of the beautiful, the Japanese are experts in the intricacies of wedding sacraments. Wonders of the paper will be an extraordinary highlight of your holiday and the key to happiness and wealth. There are some certain reasons for the fact that from generation to generation the traditions and ceremonies are transferred in Japan.
Cranes is a messenger of the gods, symbolizing the message to gods, the ability to enter into higher states of consciousness. The Celts consider the crane to be the lord of the underworld Pyul, messengers of death or war, symbolizing the meanness, stinginess and evil women. In China, a crane is Patriarch of a feathered Tribe, messenger of the gods, the mediator between heaven and earth. It takes souls to the Western Paradise and symbolizes immortality, longevity, protection of motherhood, vigilance, prosperity, high official position, happiness. Crane is often associated with the sun and pine. Pure white cranes are holy birds that inhabit the Island of the Blessed. In Christianity, the crane symbolizes vigilance, loyalty, quality factor, the good order of monastic life. In the Greco-Roman symbolism this bird is dedicated to Apollo, as a herald of spring and light. In Japan Dear Mr. Crane has the same meaning as in China.
Kusudama in Japanese means a medicinal ball. Art of Kusudama comes from the ancient Japanese tradition when Kusudama was used for incense and dry petal mixture; perhaps it was first real bouquets of flowers or herbs. The word is a combination of two Japanese words kusuri (medicine) and tama (ball). Kusudama is used to decorate buildings and as gifts, as a speaking symbol of health and well-being. On weddings Kusudama is used as decoration to protect wedding ceremony from evil spirits and give health and many children to the couple.
Learn faithfulness from swans! Love as these birds love!
In the whole universe nothing can be compared with such Love.
They are not people, but what becoming, what tenderness, devotion to each other.
It is impossible to convey the feeling, it is like a true miracle!
Well, what else if not a miracle? Always together, wing to wing in a beautiful plumage They glide across the pond clean. Divine! Stop a moment! And dedication! After all, if the fatal hour comes and if one dies, another will not live, will also leave this world.
This way they float through life on the water, two gentle, loyal creations! Learn faithfulness from swans! Keep wonderful moments of life
By combining two elements: air and water, the swan is the bird of life and symbolizing sunset of the day with the sun. It also symbolizes loneliness and shelter and is the bird of poets. Song of the dying swan is the song of the poet, and his whiteness is sincerity. A Swan and a goose can often symbolically replace each other. The Celts consider the swan gods to be sun natured and the benefactors of the people; they have borrowed from the sun and water the ability to heal; associated with sun chariot symbolize generosity, love and purity, and their music has magical properties. Swans with gold or silver chain around his neck represent a supernatural appearance of deities. The Chinese swan is a solar bird, yang. In Christianity, the white swan means purity, goodness and a symbol of the Virgin Mary. His death song symbolizes Christian humility. Swan is the emblem of the holy Cuthbert, Hugh, Ludger. In the Greco-Roman tradition, Zeus (Jupiter) in the form of a swan appeared to Leda. It symbolizes Loving. Dedicated to Aphrodite (Venus), and Apollo as the sun of God. Swan also means happy death. Indians have a pair of swans, which are Ham and Sa, who live in the consciousness of the Great and only eating honey of blooming lotus of knowledge (Sounda Lahari Darya). Hamsa Bird was carved on the walls of temples and symbolized the perfect union sought by celestial beings. Swans symbolize also inhale and exhale, breath and spirit. Brahma rides a swan, goose or pheasant. Swan or goose can be its emblem. This magical bird put on water Cosmic Egg, from which Brahma appeared. Supreme Swan (paramahamsa) means universal basis.
Often Swan is the epitome of feminine grace; Aphrodite and Artemis (Lat. Diana) are often depicted accompanied by swans.
It is also a symbol of rebirth, purity, chastity, loneliness, generosity, wisdom, prophetic abilities, courage, poetry, perfection. The symbolism of the wedding - a symbol of eternal love, loyalty, purity and innocence, a strong union and a long marriage.
The beauty of Ikebana is limitless and will give you great pleasure. The time that you spend with flowers and plants, will bring you a joyful sense of intimacy with nature, with yourself. At the wedding flower arrangement emphasizes the refinement and the importance of this event.
Unique, handmade, luxury.
Preparing marriage proposal
Bridal room design
Boxes for collecting money
Indexes on the table
Albums for wishes
Pillows for rings
Painted bottles of champagne
Gifts for auction
Bridal bouquet and boutonniere
Decoration of the bride's shoes
Organization stag / hen parties
Special gifts for newlyweds
- Portrait of newlyweds on order
- Presentations and videos for party
We are ready to facilitate the organization of the wedding in the Oriental style as traditional with all rituals as just stylized.
The service includes:
The composition of the banquet menu
Preparation of invitation and sending invitations
The selection of artists, animators, presenters, entertainers
Ensuring wedding accessories, from bouquets to pins.
The ritual of the wedding night has always been shrouded in mystery. All, without exception, nations of the world have their own rituals concerning this action. Some are in the form of large and complex rituals, while others have survived only in the form of beliefs, but certainly all couples prepare to this night with a special thrill.
The Japanese decided to hold the event in special houses, which are located at many secluded islands of Japan. Path to the bridal house is strewn with flower petals, thus creates the need for a romantic setting. Before the wedding night the husband and wife must feed each other, and thereafter to present gifts to each other. The wife gives her husband a fine sword, because a man instantly becomes the protector of the family.
The husband gives his wife a red silk cloth which sword cut into two parts. Biggest part of the silk is for a dress, and smaller one for a baby.
We are ready to help:
Design and layout of bridal rooms
Oriental rituals before the wedding night
Preparation of the bride
If you want to do something practical and beautiful, the best of these refer to the Japanese. All kinds of traditional practical arts, they do not come up - from Aikido to bonsai. In recent years, European markets are increasingly get accustomed to one more purely Japanese invention - a special technology of package. What kind of practicality, you say, looking at the manipulation of the Japanese seller. It's some kind of a masterpiece!
Cloth napkins are folded in various ways, making the table an unmatched design masterpiece. Of course, the functionality of the napkin will not suffer if it is simply folded in four, placing a plate, for example. But the style, festive mood and a special charm is in the creation of a holiday beautifully folded napkin which plays an important role, despite its small size.
Osibori (Origami of tissue) is widely used in catering (restaurants and cafes), and the life of many peoples of the world. Often the complexity and elegance of the art of folding origami napkins are the indexes for the level of the institution.
1. Traditional Japanese Makeup
2. Modern Japanese makeup
3. Make-up "cherry blossoms"