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Last Post: 10 May 2010
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10 May 2010
Life / The Polish Wedding - What is it Like in Poland? [338]

Next October, 2010, I will be getting married. My fiance was born in Poland but moved to the US at the age of two. His parents also live here in the US but the majority of his family still lives in Poland. While my fiance was growing up the spoken language in his home has always been Polish. I'm slowly trying to learn the language myself because I appreciate his culture and want it to be important in our life together. My question for you is about special Polish traditions that I could incorporate into my wedding day. I know my mother-in-law-to-be would greatly appreciate that I made an meaningful effort. These traditions could be anything from Polish foods to quotations and sayings... whatever! Thank you in advance!
4 Mar 2010
Life / The Polish Wedding - What is it Like in Poland? [338]

Hi, Can anyone help me with information on an Irish-Polish wedding. My fiance(polish) and I(Irish) are planning to get married. We have both agreed to tie the knot in her home town in Poland. The problem is that we are unsure about the wedding ceremony language. How we can have both polish and english mixed into the ceremony. Has anyone been at a wedding with that had both Polish and English languages spoken.

I would appreciate any help on this.

Kind Regards
4 Mar 2010
Life / Why Do You Love Poland? [907]

Poland is a very nice country with lots of history. The old and new is really mixed there: the Stare Miasto- old city of Krakow and Warsaw are amazing, and it has lots of new buildings from after the war.

The people are also very nice and friendly with the new generation know English in a good level.

If you have been there too, please upload your photos from Poland: