Which Wedding-Day Music Fits Your Personality?

Your wedding-day music says as much about you and your personality as your dress and choice of hubby. Make sure you pick music that fits you and your couple style so that you set the tone that represents you - and your love -- to a tee. Simply complete the following fun statements to figure out the best type of music for your big day!
If I were a cartoon character, I would be:
Snow White
Judy Jetson
If I were a deadly sin, I would be:
Pride — though there's nothing wrong with being proud of one's status and accomplishments.
Greed — did you see the latest Louis Vuitton bag? I was seriously drooling!
Lust — I can't help expressing my love!
Sloth — hard work is so overrated in our society! Why can't be all just get along?!
My dream job would be:
An art curator
A fashion designer
A poet
A rafting guide
If I were a Desperate Housewife, I'd be:
In high school I belonged to:
The debate team and Rotary Club, whatever it took to get me into a fine college.
The cheerleading squad - the outfits were to die for!
The drama club - seemed like the best way to meet my Romeo.
PETA - somebody had to save the animals.
For Halloween, I'd dress up as:
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's
Why bother dressing up when I already look so good - someday, people will be dressing up as me!
A fairy godmother
Janis Joplin
My signature hairdo is:
A classic bob
Whatever Paris Hilton is sporting at the time
Long, wavy and free
Long, straight and parted down the middle
You can often catch me sipping a:
Fine cabernet
Glass of Champagne
Green tea
If you answered mostly As, then you are a:
Timeless Classic
You're a timeless classic (so much so that you are your town's own Jackie-O), so why shouldn't your music be classic, too? To you, anything less than a string quartet, pipe organ, or harp would be uncivilizeCreate an atmosphere as elegant and refined as you and your love by choosing classical tunes. Stride down the aisle to Pachelbel's "Canon in D" or to Handel's "Water Music." Make your graceful grand entrance to "Jesus, Joy Of Man's Desiring." Dance your dreamy first dance with your groom to George Geshwin's "It Had To Be You" or to a can't-miss fave, "Unforgettable" by Nat King Cole. And let's not forget about that teary-eyed father-daughter dance. Is there any other choice than "Thank Heaven For Little Girls?" Time to bid adieu and set off on your romantic life as man and wife? Waltz out to Frank Sinatra's "The Way You Look Tonight" or to "Fly Me to the Moon." It'll be an evening you and your guests will never forget, just like a timeless classic should be.
If you answered mostly Bs, then you are a:
Hipster Hautie
You're no shrinking violet and your music shouldn't be either. And since you don't follow fads - honey, you set them! - your music might as well keep the same tempo. Start the day off with an ode to your dramatic flair by sashaying down the aisle to Ravel's "Bolero." Or follow your eclectic urbanista tendencies to do something totally unique - perhaps older and funkier faves like The Four Tops' "Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch" or Elvis' "I Can't Help Falling In Love With You" are right up your fashion alley? Or book the hottest local talent to perform a show-stopping "Ave Maria." When it's time to make your grand star-of-the-show entrance as the new mister and missus, send your guests on an emotional journey with "Gabriel's Obo" from "The Mission" (though you might want to have tissues as favors since there won't be a dry eye in the house!). For your first dance, consider something as cool and sexy as you and your love -- Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" will do the trick. Or go all out drama-queen style with a sizzling tango. You'll leave your guests speechless and ready to party all in one shot. Dance with Dad to a hipster classic "Lean on Me." Keep the haute and hip roller coaster zipping along and your guests on their toes (or at least on their feet!) with bold, fun and funky songs by Billie Holiday, Jimi Hendrix, Moby, Dave Matthews, and Ani Di Franco. Gather the gals for an unforgettable dance-off to '"I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred or "I Will Survive." End the evening (like the party's ever over!) with a bang by bidding adieu to Irving Berlin's "Steppin' Out With My Baby" or something more Bob (Dylan that's is) like "Forever Young."
If you answered mostly Cs, then you are a:
Hopeless Romantic
You've been dreaming of Prince Charming and your wedding since you were in diapers. You keep every ticket stub and receipt from dates you've been on and have every photo of you and your beloved categorized by date. You cry at even the cheesiest of romantic comedies and are a sucker for anything with Audrey Hepburn or Carey Grant. In a nutshell, you are a hopeless romantic. Why not make your music as romance-filled as your first date (awww, remember the way he held your hand on your first date…)? Gaze into your new husband's eyes as Percy Sledge's "When A Man Loves a Woman" becomes the soundtrack to your first dance. Unlock those eyes (and lips!) for a brief moment as you spin around the room to James Taylor's "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You." When it's time to dance with the other best man in your life, Dad, crank up Sir Elton John's "Can You Feel the Love Tonight." How could you not! Open up the dance floor and share the love with friends and fam with Elvis' "Love Me Tender." And let's not forget romantic musts like "Unchained Melody" by The Righteous Brothers and Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You."
If you answered mostly Ds, then you are an:
Earth Angel
You're a natural beauty who has a love of the outdoors, Mother Earth and all things au naturel - sky, sea, and mountains, just to name a few. If you'd been born in the sixties, you'd be in your heyday as the righteous hippie you are. Instead, you eat organic, hold peace rallies, and do your part for the environment and all of nature's creatures. In essence, you are an earth angel. And the only music that would be fitting for you would be something just as simple, natural, and understatedly remarkable. Select a soulful a capella soloist, or perhaps a ukulele, guitar and keyboard combo for your processional. Keep the good vibes flowing with equally harmonious tunes like The Beatles' "I Will" or Sarah McLaughlan's "I Love You" (both so very appropriate for your first dance). Let the other main squeeze in your life, your dad, know just how special he is to you by whirling to James Taylor's "You've Got A Friend" or Van Morrison's "Brown-Eyed Girl." Open the floor (or beach or field!) to friends and loved ones with Jewel's "You Were Meant for Me" or "Fire and Rain" by James Taylor.


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