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I have met Kasia and Krzys over one year ago.

They told me that they don’t have even one photo together and they don’t feel comfortable at all being in front of the camera. Since I heard that I knew, that I’m going to do my best to create a blast wedding photo shoot with this two.

Kasia and Krzys are both coming from Poland, where most of the weddings are taking place in the Catholic Churches. What I really love about taking photos there is a stunning architecture, a lot of natural light and a huge amount of room. The Church was decorated with beautiful, white flowers and what made everything even more romantic was an organist not only plying, but also singing catholic songs.

Our goal was to find a nice place for the wedding photo shoot near the church and venue. The spacious Centennial Park was a perfect setup for our pictures. I loved how elegant and classic Kasia and Krzys looked in her dress and his dark-blue suit. Bouquet made of spring flowers as well as flowers in suit’s pocket made their look so fresh and springy.

The reception took place at a Polish restaurant, Bravo Bistro. Head table linen was set with powder peach clothes, white napkins, and white scuba chair covers. Blue wedding welcome boxes looked just adorable and gave the whole venue a nice, soft color kick.

Polish tradition says, that newlyweds need to be welcomed at the entrance by both parents with bread, salt and two glasses: one with water, the other one with vodka (both liquids are clear so no one knows what is what). Bread and salt are supposed to bring into marriage happiness, wisdom, and prosperity. What water and vodka have to do with the marriage? The person who picks the vodka has the last word in the relationship and family!

This time Krzys is the one who needs to listen to his wife ?