Cool Royal Wedding In Indonesia Photos (24 Photos)

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Huge crowds line the streets of Yogyakarta as bride Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Hayu and groom KPH Notonegoro are driven to Kraton Palace for their wedding.

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Royal waving is a must.

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Twelve ornate horse-drawn carriages made up the royal procession.

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Which, were it not for all the cell phones and the big bank in the background, would have looked like something straight out of the ancien regime .

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The requisite guys on horseback showed up to look fancy/keep order.

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While regular soldiers stood guard while a contingent of guys with fabulous elf hats did their thing.

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Volunteers stand outside Kraton Palace.

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And some palace guards, also standing to attention.

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Groom KPH Notonegoro arrives at Kraton Palace in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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Meanwhile, here’s the bride getting her hair did.

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Bride Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Hayu asks for blessing from her father, Sultan Hamengkubuwono X.

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And from her mother, Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Hemas.

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KPH Notonegoro sits with members of his family before taking part in the “Siraman” bathing ritual.

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Notonegoro, with his family, during the “Siraman” ritual.

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The bride also gets a ceremonial wash.

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The royal bride and groom enter the “Tompo Koyo” wedding ceremony in the Bangsal Kesatriyan hall at Kraton Palace.

This is a dancing troupe dressed as fools, performing in the ceremony.

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A close-up of the face paint.

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The royal bride and groom during their wedding ceremony.

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Notonegoro lifts his bride up, as part of the “Pondhongan” ceremony.

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Obligatory nervous/pissy “do NOT drop me” face.

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The “Wijikan” ceremony, which sees the bride washing her future husband’s feet.

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A quick tea break.

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Imagine how much pressure the photographer at a royal wedding must be under.

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Posing with family members, because it’s ok to be shirtless in these wedding photos.

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More family members.

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And posing with four adorable little bridesmaids, each carrying a peacock feather fan.

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And so all the cream ensembles at that other big royal event this week looked even more boring by comparison.

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