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WEDDING STORY

The story of a senior couple

Traditional wedding and heartwarming party

Takaki Kato and Sawako

Divine ceremony

Takaki Kato and Sawako

Ceremony Date / 2014 February 1st Wedding

Venue / Grand Blue

They met eight years ago. After the ceremony at the Shinzen ceremony where you can feel the good old tradition of Japan, a homely party was held at the venue "Granblue". We will introduce a wedding that combines Japanese and Western charms.

Venue used

  • At the historic hall of Akasaka
  • Entrance to the main hall while Gagaku plays
  • Dodge the XNUMX degrees cup
  • Take a commemorative photo on the terrace of Riviera Aoyama
  • With the staff involved until the day

Table coordinates

The original table coordination of the two of the meetings with the desire to have fun with the dishes with the feeling of hospitality. Among them, flowers were very popular with women. The gorgeousness makes cooking even more attractive.

Table coordinates

Cake cut

Both of them re-enter Western style and re-enter. The atmosphere is slightly different from the wedding ceremony in kimono. After that, while being surrounded by the guests, a cake cut and first bite was performed on a wedding cake colored with strawberries and blueberries.

Cake cut

entertainment

When the wedding ceremony approached the middle stage, the bride's sister performed a hula dance with the meaning of blessing. In addition, the groom's sister and children played a handbell. The venue was filled with happy atmosphere, with heartfelt dance and music from relatives.

entertainment

Fairy rose

In the end roll edited on the day, guests who participated from the reception also saw the appearance of the ceremony. The powerful images seemed very popular. And the party was a delight in the peaceful atmosphere from start to finish.

Fairy rose
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