Wednesday, April 19, 2006
These were wooden xylophones accompanied by an Indonesian singer. Indonesian children also danced and sang.
Intricate designs were woven on gifts that were presented to the bride and groom's family.
Bananas and coconut were also part of the symbolic gifts that were presented.
Everything was decorated with traditional Javanese and Indonesian designs. Of course there was lots of food too. Fantastic!
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