What is Your Bridal Personality?

Before you can plan your perfect wedding, you must determine your personal style. It will shine through everywhere on your wedding day, so don’t try to be someone you’re not.

Traditional: You like timeless looks and understated elegance. When planning your wedding, you will follow the etiquette books to the letter.

Romantic: You want your wedding to be straight out of a Jane Austen novel. You love bows, flowers, embroidery, lace−all the trimmings

Dramatic: You love the glamour of Hollywood, and you have what it takes to pull it off. Red roses, slinky gowns, and diamonds give you the look you want.

Free Spirit: You prefer wildflowers to red roses. Your gown will be comfortable and flow freely. You wish you could get married in bare feet!

Sophisticated: You feel at home in Paris and New York. You can spot a Chanel a mile away. “Exquisite” is the word that comes to mind when describing your wedding.

Modern: You believe that “less is more,” and your wedding shows it. You may not be a minimalist, but you certainly like to keep things simple. Ornamentation and excessive decoration is not for you.

Girl Next Door: You are not interested in outdoing anyone. You are comfortable just being yourself. You may want to wear your mother’s pearls on your wedding day.

Published by Shari Grenier

I am an ordained Chaplain with the Community Catholic Church of Canada. In our church, clergy are unpaid, so my income comes from planning weddings and performing marriage ceremonies, funerals and baptisms, as well as Proverbs 31 Bible studies! I am a wife, mother and grandmother, and enjoy my hobbies of genealogy, writing, and history, especially Church history. I am equally at home in Toronto, Paris or New York.

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