Answer the multiple choice Bridal Quiz questions the way you think the bride-to-be would answer them.
Read each statement and circle the most appropriate answer.
The bride-to-be also fills out a sheet with her own answers, and the winner is the person who matches the most of the bride-to-be's answers.
A. For a formal event I would prefer a floor length evening gown of velvet, silk, satin, lace or a suit.
B. I would prefer the gown/suit to be all black, all white, a pastel shade, a bright color or wildly patterned.
C. For my honeymoon I would prefer to go to France, Italy, England, Aruba, Florida, or a large shopping mall.
D. My idea of a fun outing is water-skiing, fishing, hiking, bike riding, horseback riding, bowling or antique shopping.
E. For a night out at the movies, I would prefer to see a love story, a horror, an epic, a mystery, a comedy, a musical or the previews.
F. For a second car, I would buy a sports car, an antique car, a large convertible, a truck, an SUV or a mini-van.
G. I would like to master the art of cooking Italian food, French food, German food, Chinese food, Mexican food, barbecued food or fast food.
H. When I have time to read, I prefer a novel, poetry, jokes, a home decorating magazine, a self-help book, the newspaper or old love letters.
I. When I'm spending a night at home I prefer to read a book, watch TV, play games, listen to music, surf the internet, enjoy a hobby or chow down.
J. If I had the choice, I would prefer to live in the mountains, by the ocean, in a small town, in a big city, on a farm or in a jungle.
K. I would prefer to live in a luxury apartment, a colonial home, a modern ranch-style house, a thirty-room mansion or a cottage.
L. If I were to choose a dog today, I would prefer a French Poodle, German Shepherd, Cocker Spaniel, Daschund, Terrier, Great Dane, St. Bernard or hot dog.
M. If I were to give birth to twins, I would prefer two boys, two girls, a boy and a girl, any combination or puppies.
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