Extracted from wikipedia-
The bersanding (enthronement) ceremony begins with the groom's procession with friends, relatives, musicians and people waving bunga manggar (palm blossom) to meet the bride. Often various good-humoured attempts are made to waylay or stop the groom from getting to the bride. The main part of the bersanding involves the seating of the bridal couple on a dais and sprinkling them with yellow rice and scented water by family members, relatives and guests as a sign of blessing. Each guest will receive a bunga telur (egg flower), a decorated egg with a fabric flower, as a sign of fertility. The couple are considered royalty for the day, and so various royal customs are performed for them, including musicians playing court music and 'bodyguards' performing a display of pencak silat (traditional Malay martial arts).
Each guest will be given a Bunga telur (egg flower). The egg is cooked with some traditional herbs, something similar to Chinese' s "Car Yeh Tan".
You will be served with some Malay foods and traditional cakes(kueh-muih), one of the dish that I like to eat is Fragrant fried chicken with lemongrass & spices.
This is the sitting area specially set up for groom and bride, with very nice decoration.