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A Polish Wedding Part 3 The Wedding Ceremony

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on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 in Poland

phoca thumb l dsc02486In part three I will talk about the actual wedding ceremony. There is not much difference in the actual church ceremony to what we do in the US. In this case, it was a Roman Catholic wedding and the church traditions for a wedding are not going to vary greatly form country to country.

The bride and groom walk up to the church and take a moment for photos while everyone arrives. Guests then get themselves seated taking the opportunity to chat and meet some of the members attending the ceremony.

phoca thumb l dsc02502The bride and groom walk up the isle together and then arrive at the front of the church bfore the altar. The priest performs the wedding ceremony and before you know it... The new couple is husband and wife.

Before the ceremony is complete each party must sign the marriage document. I had fun teasing the new couple, telling them that they were signing their lives away! :)

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