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  We are planning a wedding in the middle of April so the weather can still be a bit wintry. Could you suggest where to take some interesting wedding photographs (we are not too fond of studio sessions)? I would also be grateful for a suggestion of some open air location – maybe the weather will be fine after all.

  When inviting my brother and his wife for the reception in what order should I put their names in the invitation? Should I take the degree of consanguinity or the „woman first” rule into account? Is there any general rule for everyone, are there any exceptions?

  Should I prepare a place for the photographer on the reception, meaning food portions just like for the reception guests, or not?

  Is a translator necessary during a concordat wedding in church, if the Groom and the Best Man are German?

  My fiancé and I are planning to get married in church next year. Unfortunately I haven’t been confirmed yet. Can these two things reconcile? If not, I would like to know what are the procedures concerning confirmation.

  Can I get a concordat wedding with a non-believer and non-practicing person?

  My question regards children on the reception. Should 2-3-year-olds have separate places at the tables? Or will they have dinner with their parents and afterwards, as usual for children, will be running and brawling around the reception room?

  You put church names in invitations. It is obvious that the name itself is written in upper case. But how to write „kościół”? Should it be: „w Kościele Matki Bożej Miłosierdzia”, or rather „w kościele Matki Bożej Miłosierdzia”? Which version is correct?

  What does a wedding e.g. of Polish woman and English man look like? How to arrange all the formalities and what to start from?

  Could you write how to arrange the guest seating on the reception? Some people say that you have to mix the Bride’s and Groom’s guests, others that the Bridal Couple sit with their parents, Best Man and Maid of Honor, or even that the Bridal Couple should sit in younger company.

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