Richard Cosway, The Eye of Mrs. Fitzherbert, 1786 Small paintings of eyes first became popular during the late eighteenth century. They reminded wearers of a loved one, whose identity remained a secret. The single eye also symbolized the watchful gaze of a jealous partner, who feared that his or her lover might stray. One of the earliest known eye miniatures was painted in 1786 by the English artist Richard Cosway for the Prince of Wales, later King George IV.
Sakura Lanterns, with Japanese kanji characters. Sakura (櫻花) means cherry tree in Japan, and this style of lantern is associated with the annual cherry blossom festival (hanami, 花見, lit. "flower viewing"). Hanami at night is called yozakura (夜桜, literally night sakura). In many places such as Ueno Park, these temporary paper lanterns are hung for the purpose of yozakura. [parts from Wikipedia]
red lanterns - sakura, japan
Prior to wedding, have a lantern shower. Each guest brings a unique lantern (maybe within a set color pallette) as a gift for the bride, then at the reception each lantern is displayed as part of the decorations. Bride and Groom then take them to decorate their home after the wedding. I LOVCE This idea!
light & ribbon garland. just tie ribbons onto a string of lights.