Iro-uchikake is a gorgeous colored attire.
You wear Iro-uchikake on the white kimono.
It is very formal. There are various color of Iro-uchikake,
red and black are popular though.
Iro-uchikake was originally the formal attire
for wives of samurais in the Muromachi period,
during fall season. It gradually be preferred by rich merchants and aristocrats during the Edo period.
Hiki-furisode has been popular with upper class
since the latter half of the Edo period. Bride’s hair would be western style or traditional Japanese bridal hairstyle.
There are many Hiki-furisode which are embroidered
a lucky pattern on it. Black is the popular color.
Shiromuku is all-white kimono which looks really beautiful. White is a color of the Sun in ancient Japan.
White represents purity and cleanness.
Tsunokakushi(wig) hair style fits every wedding attire. However, Wataboshi is only for Shiromuku.
※Both hairstyles are option.