Pinterest seems to have such poetic wedding pictures! The perfect harmony of colours brings alive the mood, the setting, and the whole happy occasion.
But choosing a colour can be quite a pain. The choices of the bride and the groom can be poles apart (like on the opposite ends of the colour spectrum). How does one ever agree on the same thing? So we got thinking, and devised this small quiz to help you pick a colour theme. It’s totally unscientific, but it’s fun!
Note: Keep a tab of your answers and tally them up in the end.
1. When you go shopping, you automatically veer towards:
A. Something elegant and classy
B. Something cheerful and colourful
C. Something natural and subtle
D. Pink! Pink! And more pink!
2. In your previous birth (assuming there is such a thing), who do think you were?
A. A member of some royal family
B. An elephant
C. A bird
D. A dainty little girl, who had tea parties!
3. What kind of music do you like?
A. Mozart, Beethoven, etc.
B. Bollywood, baby!
C. Something mellow
D. I am a great Belieber!
4. Your preferred mode of transport is…
A. A fully liveried, horse-drawn carriage
B. A bright, loud, Bollywood music spouting autorickshaw!
C. My two feet (there’s enough pollution!)
D. A pretty little Vespa
5. What kind of wedding would you prefer?
A. The Kate Middleton-Prince William type
B. One with lots of dancing, drinking and singing
C. Something quiet and intimate
D. Something straight off the scrapbook you’ve had since you were 10.
There’s something regal about your tastes. Choose shades of purple and gold (or even reds, if you like). These colours spell elegance and sophistication.
You’re Indian at heart. And you love the riot of colours that make an Indian wedding so vibrant. Choose oranges, yellows and reds. They’re always in vogue!
You’re someone who likes to keep things simple. And you perhaps prefer a quiet outdoorsy wedding. Choose colours that are natural, and fresh. The delicate shades of spring are perfect for you.
It’s obvious you love pink (and other girly colours). But don’t overdo it. You wouldn’t want the groom running away! Combine pink with shades of yellow, orange and gold, and tone down the chick-quotient.
What was your result? Do share.
(Image sources: Indianweddingsite.com, Pinterest)