Land for sale at Balangan Beach, Jimbaran Bali
headline »
Thu, 5/06/14 – 9:52 | No Comment

Total area of 38000 square meter of land is nestled in Tanjung Balangan; on the beach, white sand, magnificent cave, cliffs ocean view. And Airport in distance is blinking with lights. New Kuta Resort and …

Read the full story »
Arts & Culture

There is probably no place in the world with such a high density of craftsmen and artisans in Bali.

Bali News & Events

Bali’s latest news and upcoming events

Dance, Drama & Music

It’s all about Bali’s art performance


What you need to know when exploring the paradise island of Bali


Patchwork of insights into the soul of Bali

Home » People & Community, Wedding and Chapel

Wedding Preparation a la Balinese  

by on Monday, 12 January 20093 Comments | 1,624 views


A wedding for Balinese is not just the business of the happy couple but rather a family or sometimes the clan business and often the couple has left little to do in preparing their own wedding ceremony. As soon a Balinese couple announce their intention to hold a wedding ceremony, their families begin to take the main role in preparing the ceremony.

Balinese Wedding

All members of the families, clan and sometimes member of the hamlet will eagerly participate in the preparation of the wedding ceremony. The elders of the family will consult a priest to find auspicious day for wedding ceremony. The male members of the families, clan, and hamlet will work voluntarily to decorate the venue of the ceremony, preparing the offering, slaughtering the pig, cooking the food, gathering materials for offerings and wedding ceremony, while the female members preparing the offerings and food and cake for the weeding ceremony. What is usually left to be done by the couple is determining the friends and colleagues to be invited to the weeding reception.

Balinese Wedding

The wedding ceremony for Balinese is the most anticipated and wanted event especially for the parents because when a Balinese man gets married he takes all the responsibilities from his parents, all community works, temple obligations, and family works is transferred from father to married son. No wander the Balinese parents are excited when their children getting married.

Your Ad Here