Celebrate in Tradition: The Enchantment of a Shinto Wedding

Immerse yourself in the rich history and symbolism of a Shinto wedding ceremony. These beautiful celebrations, held at serene shrines, honor nature and ancestral spirits, creating a truly unique and unforgettable experience.


A Glimpse into the Ceremony:

  • Attire: Brides traditionally wear immaculate white kimonos (Shiromuku) while grooms dress in formal black attire (Montsuki Haori).
  • Purification: The ceremony begins with a cleansing ritual to ward off evil spirits.
  • Sake Sharing: The symbolic exchange of sake cups (“San San Kudo”) signifies the couple’s union.
  • Offerings: Food and sake are presented to the kami (spirits) to express gratitude.
  • Bowing: Bows are exchanged between the couple and families to show respect and appreciation.

Shinto Wedding Favors:

Reflecting Tradition & Elegance:

  • Shiromuku Kimono Favors: Miniature kimonos or handkerchiefs adorned with intricate patterns.
  • Personalized Sake Sets: Exquisite sake sets with calligraphy inscriptions for a lasting memento.
  • Origami Cranes: These graceful folded paper cranes, symbols of luck, make for charming favors.
  • Folding Fans: Beautiful fans with traditional Japanese designs add a touch of elegance.
  • Engraved Chopsticks: Personalized chopsticks with the couple’s names or wedding date add a practical touch.