Today is the 625th anniversary of Saint Jadwiga of Poland and Władysław II Jagiełło wedding day, also the 516th of Alexander the Jagiellonian and princess Helena Iwanowna marriage. Sounds like a happy day for Polish monarchs.
I wonder how they used to party after the ceremony those days. Gossip says that people of that time were partying for several days constantly, with tables laden with food and various alcohols. I suppose they had stronger livers then.
Anyhow, if you want to serve yourself „some of a good old days” (at your own risk), nothing easier. Traditional Polish cuisine will be necessary. So go hunt, if not in the forest, to the shop. Another essential thing is alcohol (impossible to find in a wood). Drink it in glasses proudly decorated with Polish Eagle. Yet only music, guests and proper medicaments. Oh, and a bride and a groom. Have fun!
image: "Cracow Wedding" by Wojciech Kossak, National Museum in Warsaw.