Polish Brides - Torch Bearers of Ancient Legacy

The wedding traditions in the different parts of the world are nothing but the legacy of the earlier traditions. Now, when do we talk of the wedding traditions in Poland or of the polish brides, we must remember that this country originated what is known as the "money dance". Do you know what is it? It happens to be a popular custom which by now has made its way into the wedding parties of many other cultures. In the wedding parties the guests are found to dance with the couple and pin money to their clothes to give them a little start in their new life.
It is a characteristic of the European tradition. In spite of great differences in respect of religion, ethnicity and religion there exists a great similarity, or to say in a better manner the Polish wedding is rather close to the traditions of Western Europe, and certain habits are very typical. Now, when it is concerned with the lives of the polish brides, the wedding symbolizes the commencement of a new life. In Poland, it is also regarded as an engagement to hold towards its family and her friends, because when one polish single engages, it is for the life. The evidence of this can be found by the weak rate of divorce which is 1,8% per 5,4% of wedding per annum, while as for comparison, in Belgium, the rate of marriage is against 4,1% 2,9% of divorce per annum. The next stage appears to be the preparation of the marriage. At this stage it depends on the couples, moreover on the polish brides to decide, whether they will link their intended for the town hall/or the church. If and once the decision is taken, it is necessary to hold the date without any further delay. The preparations should be in this way, if the marriage proceeds in the month of summer, better is worth to be caught there one year in advance, for the remainder of the year, 3 months in advance will be enough. We should keep in concern that in the land of Poland, the civil wedding has the same values as the church wedding. Whether the polish brides have their weddings in the marriage halls or in churches, it hardly matters in the society of Poland. Now, when the date is fixed, it is the most opportune time to hold the room, to go for the other arrangements, and also to invite the relatives and the friends. No, as it is common in the other countries, even in Poland, one who organizes the marriage party through a lot of pomp and splendor, is venerated at the greatest extent. So none of the both parties keep any stone unturned, and tries will the fullest might to make the occasion a memorable one! Therefore the very day before the ceremony happens to be the acid test. It is not only true for the polish brides, but indeed each and every person remains somewhat tensed. On this very day the friends and the families meet to decorate the room with reception and also the car of the future grooms. Thus, it is to some extent as occasion to remind memories and to listen to the judicious councils of old.

In general, in Poland the wedding gets celebrated on the afternoons of the Saturdays. The groom, getting accompanied by these parents, his witness and his family, goes to the residence of its promised. There other members remain present from the beginning. They include the strange members of the continuation, a photographer, charged with immortalizes least moment with the ceremony, and an orchestra where the accordion is the principal instrument. With the arrival of the young groom, the parents give last once their blessing and their recommendations. Then, he visit to the church is made at last. Even the dominance of tradition in Poland is such that at certain times it arises astonishment. For instance, in some parts of Poland, especially in the rural areas, the inhabitants are found to block the roads and do not let pass the procession that if it offers a vodka bottle or candies for the children. This attitude can appear strange, but it is actually an old tradition! In fact, all the inhabitants know each other and for them, it is a way of taking part in the festival.
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