What Colour Theme Should You Choose For Your Wedding?

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What Colour Theme Should You Choose For Your Wedding? - Quiz

So you are lucky enough to have that special someone to meet at the bottom of the isle! Congratulations! Stuck on what colour theme to choose? Then take this little quiz and see if it helps decide what colour is best for your big day!

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Mellow Yellow!A bright and vibrant colur that represents youth and happiness! Yellow makes uf think or warth and summer making it perfect for sunny weddings abroad!Yellow is one of the brightest colours to the human eye and can often be over done, if you go for yellow as is the rule with many bright colours don't bombard you guest with it.Too much of anyhting is not good so make sure you go for a simple selection of yellow unless your venue is outdoors or bright and airy!Yellow will not go with an ivory dress, it may even make your dress look an off shade of white.Go for bright and beautiful yellow but moderate the usage. 


Ravishing Red!Woot woo! Red the colour of passion and sexuality like most colours should be used in moderation but can be a brilliant winter wedding colour. It's warm, open and inviting! Red denotes strength and Winter weddings will warm up with reds and give guests a feeling of a welcome and encouraging atmosphere.Red is also a colour associated with anger and war so make sure you are subtle and choose a red that is not overly  powerful and harsh. 


Brilliant Blues!Blue is associated with a being cool, calming and strong. Blue is a great winter colour and although could seem cold in small doses can be a fantastic wedding colour. Blue symbolizes masculinity and strength - what more could a lady want in her man? Ok, so maybe a few more things but its a good staring point!Cool, calm and sophisticated blue might just be what you need when your nerves kick in on the big day. Keep calm and call for blue!


Truely teal!Teal evokes a passionate but calming atmosphere and is a great combination for a white wedding dress.Its a clean, crisp colour and won't clash with softer gentle colours. This colour is great for winter weddings and avoiding the classic Christmas colour scheme and also beautiful for a gorgeous, out door summer wedding.Just don't go over board because teal can become over baring and depressive when too much is clumped together. The same can be said if paired with heavy colours!  


Pefectly pink!Pink is all about femininity! If your dress is white and hubby-to-be doesn't mind a bit of pink then you are set for a vibrant and beautiful day! Pink is said to be inspiring and warming with girly, passionate undertones. What more could your want on your special day!Pink is delecate but distinct all at once, great for summer weddings adding just the colour "pop" you need. Pink is a happy, bubbly colour that emits girly, floral goodness.Althought not a great colour to theme you wedding if you have an ivory dress. You may come across a bit of a clash of the titans if you team you ivory dress with hot pink bridesmaids. 


Gorgeous Green!Geren represents, nature, health and well being and the thing all newly weds need a little bit of...money! Green is a calming and nuetral colour and is perfect for a winter wedding.Depending on the shade of green you choose and the colour of your dress you will find this to be the perfect colour for a chilly December wedding. Green in the winter enspires thoughts of Christmas and warmth and family.With its cool and calming vibe green your guests are sure to feel relaxed and happy and with a bit of luck it should help keep you from going "bridezilla" on anyone. 
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What season will your wedding be in?
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    What colour is your dress? (Apply this question to your suit if your a gent!)
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    Where will you wedding take place?
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      Stately Home

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      Small Venue

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      Large venue

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    How long have you been with your partner?
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      Less than 6 months

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      6 months - 1 year

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      1 year - 3 years

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      3 years - 5 years

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      5 years - 7 years

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      7 - 10 years

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      10+ years

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    What do you think is most important in a marriage?
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