Poland Wedding Photographer – Kraków, Katowice, Wrocław

Wedding Photographer in Poland

Poland is a fabulous place to get married! Excellent cuisine, amazing traditions, lively parties and lower prices attract a lot of couples from all over Europe. Are you looking for a great venue with accommodation for all your guests or a top-notch English speaking DJ? Feel free to write us! We will be happy to give you advice or contact you with a professional wedding planner.

Poland Wedding Photographer – Kraków, Katowice, Wrocław

Wedding photography has been our biggest passion for over 10 years now. We operate in major cities of South Poland like Kraków, Katowice, Opole and Wrocław as well as in smaller picturesque locations in the Polish mountains nearby. Having photographed in some Poland’s best venues, we will happy to answer all your questions and give some recommendations. Do not hesitate to contact your Poland Wedding Photographer!

You will find a selection of beautiful wedding stories below. See the colours and emotions, feel the rhythm, enjoy the views and go to Poland 🙂

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Poland Wedding Photographers: Rafał & Justyna Osińscy

Hi! We live in Pszczyna, South Poland and have photographed weddings for 15 years. Our main assets are:

👉 we speak fluent English and a little Spanish,
👉 our aim is to capture all your emotions and your wedding’s atmosphere without being noticed 🙂
👉 your photographs and a password-protected online gallery will be ready to view within 10 days after your wedding,
👉 we offer a wide selection of modern photo albums and guarantee a fast delivery across Europe 🙂

Fotografia Ślubna Osińscy Pszczyna Żory Oświęcim

Justyna & Rafał Osińscy

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    All our couples receive a photo slideshow with your chosen soundtrack…

    …and we can prepare a short video for you, too…

    Our top quality products include large size canvas prints, modern photo albums with leather or wood covers of various colours. You will be able to decide on your favourite option right after your wedding 🙂

    płótno + album w drewnie

    Justyna i Rafał Osińscy – Poland Wedding Photographers

    Wedding stories from Poland

    Wedding in Poland

    Organizing a wedding in Poland can be a wonderful experience, as the country offers a variety of beautiful venues, rich cultural traditions, and warm hospitality. Here’s a general guide to help you plan a wedding in Poland:

    1. Choose a Location:
      • City vs. Countryside: Decide whether you want a wedding in a city or a more rural setting. Poland has picturesque cities like Krakow and Warsaw, as well as charming countryside locations.
      • Venues: Explore venues such as castles, palaces, hotels, manors, or even rustic barns, depending on your preference and budget.
    2. Legal Requirements:
      • Documentation: Ensure you have all the necessary legal documents. This may include passports and birth certificates.
      • Civil vs. Religious Ceremony: Decide whether you want a civil or religious ceremony. Civil ceremonies are legally binding, while religious ceremonies may require additional paperwork.
    3. Season and Weather:
      • Weather Considerations: Consider the time of year for your wedding. Poland experiences distinct seasons, so whether you want a winter wonderland or a summer garden wedding, plan accordingly.
      • Indoor Options: Have a backup plan for an indoor venue in case of inclement weather, especially if you’re planning an outdoor ceremony.
    4. Cultural Traditions:
      • Incorporate Polish Customs: Consider incorporating Polish wedding traditions into your celebration. This might include breaking bread and salt during the ceremony or the throwing of glasses for prosperity.
      • Live Music and Dance: Polish weddings often involve lively music, dancing, and traditional folk elements. Hire a band or DJ that can incorporate Polish music into the celebration.
    5. Catering:
      • Traditional Polish Cuisine: Explore traditional Polish dishes for your wedding menu. Pierogi, bigos, and other Polish delicacies can add a local flavor to your celebration.
      • Wedding Cake: Consider a traditional Polish wedding cake or choose a design that reflects your personal style.
    6. Accommodation:
      • Guest Accommodations: Arrange accommodations for out-of-town guests. Many venues offer on-site lodging, and nearby hotels can also be considered.
      • Transportation: Consider transportation options for guests traveling between the ceremony and reception venues.
    7. Photography and Videography:
      • Professional Services: Hire a professional photographer and videographer to capture the special moments of your wedding day.
      • Scenic Locations: Take advantage of Poland’s beautiful landscapes and historic sites for your photo sessions before you go back home.
    8. Wedding Planner:
      • Consider a Planner: If you’re planning a destination wedding and are unfamiliar with local vendors and customs, hiring a local wedding planner can be invaluable.

    Remember to plan well in advance, especially if you’re coming from abroad. This ensures that you can secure the best venues and vendors for your special day. Working with local professionals and immersing yourself in Polish culture can make your wedding in Poland a unique and memorable experience.

    Wedding Photography by Osińscy

    We book weddings for 2024 and 2025, please check with us if your wedding date is available. Take a look at some wedding stories from South Poland…

    Justyna & Rafał Osińscy

    Poland Wedding Photographers