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    • Marriage ceremony in Poland
    • Admission Customs and rituals associated with weddings among the Poles have changed over the centuries - were and are different in different cultures.
    • Types of marriages in Poland: 1.Civil marriage Civil marriage grants authorized official at the Registry Office.
    • 2. Religious wedding also known as the wedding church, having legal force or deprived of dry Consequences. If you meet the Requirements of the law, leads a church wedding Consequences in civil law.
    • The appearance of the bride Bride on her wedding wears a white dress. She wears a veil or wreath and bouquet, which is in the hands.
    • Appearance of the groom The groom on their wedding day wears a suit, white shirt, bow tie or tie.
    • Popular traditions For example, in Poland is usually connected to the wedding. Most are also such practices as: - agreed list of wedding gifts from the bride and groom share - betrothed couples photo session (before the wedding) and then the couple (married) - tuning the car drives the young couple with flowers and balloons - wedding website with photos and videos depicting a young couple
    • Young couple goes to church to get married. Then they go to the restaurant where the wedding is taking place. At midnight, in the tradition of the bride throws the veil in the crowd of young women and groom throws bow tie or tie into the crowd of young men.
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