Polish Wedding Ceremony Tradition   ‘sharing of bread, salt, and wine.' The bread means “may you never go hungry.” The wine means “may you enjoy the sweetness in life.” The salt is to overcome the bitterness in life. A silver coin signifies wealth a good health.

Polish Wedding Ceremony Tradition ‘sharing of bread, salt, and wine.' The bread means “may you never go hungry.” The wine means “may you enjoy the sweetness in life.” The salt is to overcome the bitterness in life. A silver coin signifies wealth a good health.

Natalia and Marcin�s Colourful Polish Wedding, with Flower Crowns and Pet Dogs. By PNM Weddings.

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Natalia and Marcin�s Colourful Polish Wedding, with Flower Crowns and Pet Dogs. By PNM Weddings.

Polish Wedding Vodka, have label with our wedding date and location for drinking at table and as gifts

Polish Wedding Vodka, have label with our wedding date and location for drinking at table and as gifts

Polish Wedding Tradition: The  bride picks first which one of the two glasses she wants to drink out of. (Of course it is impossible to tell which one has vodka and which one has water). Whichever one of the two gets vodka, it symbolizes that this will be the dominant person in their marriage.

Polish Wedding Tradition: The bride picks first which one of the two glasses she wants to drink out of. (Of course it is impossible to tell which one has vodka and which one has water). Whichever one of the two gets vodka, it symbolizes that this will be the dominant person in their marriage.

Polish Wedding Traditions and the Meanings Behind Them

Polish Wedding Traditions and the Meanings Behind Them

Polish wedding tradition, parents of the bride/groom giving bread and salt to the newly wed couple

Polish wedding tradition, parents of the bride/groom giving bread and salt to the newly wed couple

Bread and salt - a polish wedding tradition symbolizing the two families joining together

Bread and salt - a polish wedding tradition symbolizing the two families joining together

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