Today I am thrilled to feature this gorgeous, grand tradition rich Polish Palace Wedding with an ivory & pink palette.
Images of the day were captured by Jolly Day Photography.
Jolly Day are Agnieszka and Jakob from Poland.
In their private life they are husband and wife, best friends, parents of two lovely children, owners of three dogs and three cats.
They are vegetarians who love travelling to see beautiful places and meet new people.
Professionally they are international photographers who are passionate about doing their job, and who confidently say that photography is substitute to oxygen for them.
They have many years of experience working with many domestic and some foreign marriages photographed in Poland.
They have also fulfilled their dream of photographing two weddings in Ireland.
Jakub of Jolly Day says of the couple and their beautiful day…
“If someone’s wedding can be called ‘perfect’ or ‘luxury’, it is Alexandra & Martin’s wedding for sure.”
“At the beginning every idea and detail was born in their minds a few years earlier with the wooden church, palace venue and with the ice candlestick as beautiful decoration.”
“Every single step starting from planning to realizing was supervised by Sabina from slub4U.”
“A gorgeous small wooden church was perfectly contrasted with a luxury palace venue with both locations enchanting all the wedding guests.”
“The music was provided by ‘7 seconds’ band featuring Marta Podulka who is currently gaining popularity in Poland as a pop singer.”
“Also because the bride’s ancestors were French, a professional sommelier was used to influence a first rate wine selection.”
“Tradition played a key part in the couples day too.”
“In Polish tradition groom formally dressed in a suit comes to bride’s house who is already waiting for him in a white bridal gown.”
“Then the bride’s and groom’s parents give them a blessing holding a crucifix and bride and groom kneel in front of them.”
“After the blessing bride and groom go to the church together.”
“After the wedding ceremony bride’s and groom’s parents stand in front of the reception venue and welcome them with a loaf of bread and salt.”
“At the beginning of wedding reception bride and groom drink a glass of champagne and after that they throw the glasses behind them, when the glasses get broken it brings them good luck.”
“The next day young couple has one more party called “poprawiny”
“It usually starts about 3pm and can last till 10pm. It is a similar party to the wedding but clothes are less formal.”
Thank you so much to Agnieszka and Jakob for allowing me to share this exquisite Palace Wedding.
I love the soft palette of ivory and pink throughout the styling making for an elegant flow to the day.
I also how traditions are so important to the couple and how family centric the celebration is.
Adore all the beautiful candlelight and the ice sculpture is stunning.
Photography: JollyDay.it Agnieszka & Jakub Majewski
Venue: Pałac Krześlice
Event Planning & Design: slub4u – Sabina Iwaszkiewicz
Band: 7 sekund feat. Marta Podulka
Sommelier: Karol Korolkiewicz
Flowers: Hanna Szostak
Sweet buffet: slub4u – Sabina Iwaszkiewicz
Ice candlestick: Ice Team Robert Burkat
Hair & Make Up: Linda Mielicka-Foltyńska