The Balinese marriage, locally is better known as masakapan, is held on an auspicious day selected by the priest.
Invitations are sent out asking guests to bring certain types and amounts of food.
The bride and groom use to have their teeth filed during the ceremony if this had not already been done.
While the bride is being prepared for the marriage rite, men- arranged according to status- sit,
eat and chew betel nut while being entertained by professional story tellers. The rite varies from area to area, but usually the bride and groom offer food and drink to one another, and
then eat together in public; an important symbolic act because in the past only married men and women are allowed to be seen eating food together. In the afternoon the priest performs a ritual purification and blesses the couple.
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