The wedding ceremony is one of the most wonderful and unforgettable moments for the newlyweds, their family and friends. The ceremony is accompanied by many joyous wedding customs, and one to commence them is the famous greeting with bread and salt. Parents standing in the doorway of the wedding palace welcome the newlyweds with this characteristic refreshment and offer their wishes.
This historic Polish custom became a part of the wedding tradition in the sixteenth century. The wedding bread symbolizes wisdom, hospitality, fertility as well as prosperity and abundance. Attributed to salt was the purifying power and protection from corruption. In the past, it was considered extremely valuable commodity and a symbol of prosperity.
For the festive table, we recommend our commemorative baked goods, including natural sourdough vases and bowls, a delicious and fun addition to meals served in them. On the sweet side, we offer delicious apple pie, puffy Vienna cheesecake, fantastic macaroons and many others. On this day, nothing should be lacking!
wheat-rye sourdough bread, hand-decorated, a symbol of happiness and prosperity to the newlyweds (product available on request)
wheat and rye, dark sourdough bread with added grape seed oil and roasted wheat, sprinkled with rye flour and notched
wheat-rye decorative sourdough bread - a splendid touch of novelty for meals served in it (product available on request)
yeast bun with mushrooms and onions, sprinkled with black cumin
sweet apple pie made of Polish apples sprinkled with cinnamon - we recommend serving warm with vanilla ice cream
a traditional Viennese cheesecake with raisins, orange peel and a topping of white chocolate
traditional chocolate cake with white cream, 'wuzetka,' topped with chocolate
delicious macaroons with white poppy, and jam or nut filling, with a dollop of alcohol
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Piekarnia - Cukiernia "Kłos" S.J.
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