MW Quiz: What’s Your Wedding Planning Style?Modern Wedding Posted April 22, 2018 Not sure where you stand on the planning scale? Take our quiz to find out whether we should crown you the spreadsheet #qween or revive you from your planning coma!Illustration Alexandra NeaWhat's Your Wedding Planning Style? Not sure where you stand on the planning scale? Take our quiz to find out whether we should crown you spreadsheet #qween or revive you from your planning coma!Which character best describes your wedding planning style?*Monica Geller-Bing (Courtney Cox in Friends): you’ve had a scrapbook outlining your top three ideal wedding scenarios locked in since you were old enough to use scissors and glue.Jane Nichols (aka Katherine Heigl in 27 Dresses): you’re organised by nature so planning a wedding shouldn’t be too much of a stretch for you.Lillian (Maya Rudolph, Bridesmaids): wedding planning isn’t really your thing. Luckily your bridesmaids love organising!Violet (Emily Blunt in The Five Year Engagement): you’re still hoping for a miracle that means you can have a wedding without doing any of the planning.Your favourite thing about wedding planning is…*Getting to crack open a fresh notepad and set up your wedding spreadsheet just the way you like it.Seeing all of your plans come together to create your perfect wedding day. It’s satisfying when your hard work pays off.Dress fittings with your besties. It’s way more fun planning a wedding when you get to do it with some excellent company.Cake tasting! It’s easy to forget about all of those unanswered emails and phone calls when you’re sampling a delicious buttercream cake.Your pre-wedding beauty regime looks like…*You’ve scheduled in a facial and mani/pedi every month leading up to the wedding.You’ve had a chat to your hair and makeup artists and shown them your Pinterest board for reference.Your bridesmaids have sorted all of the beauty stuff, all you need to do is get your beauty sleep.You’re keeping fit and trying to stay out of the sun. You’ll figure out hair and makeup closer to the wedding date.It’s time to send out your wedding invitations, what do you do?*It’s time to put your calligraphy skills to the test with some personalised invites!You and your partner have set up a digital e-vite and wedding website. Now all you have to do is hit send.You’ve bought the wine and snacks and invited your in-laws over for an envelope stuffing party.Freak out a little because you’re still not sure who you want on the guest list.What’s your favourite way to gather wedding inspo?*You have a stack of wedding magazines almost as tall as yourself and you’ve been planning on Pinterest since before your fiancé proposed.You find the best inspiration from other people’s weddings so you’ve been checking out different blogs and magazines for ideas to steal!Your MOH has a Pinterest board started for the wedding and you’re hoping to get some mags gifted from friends and family.You’ve been to a few weddings lately so have a general idea of what you want. You’re sure it’ll fall into place as it gets closer to the date.Your go-to easy dinner to prep is…*One of the healthy frozen meals you’ve prepared and kept in the freezer for a lazy nightMake a delicious stir-fry out of everything that’s left in the fridge. It’s so easy to throw everything into a wok and add in some sauces.Text your fiancé to see if he’ll cook dinner. Otherwise it’s time to order in some take away.Pop some 2-minute noodles in the microwave and run a fork under hot water.You’re hoping your bridesmaids get the hint and throw you your ultimate hens:*A night of wining and dining at your favourite restaurants and bars. No tacky sashes or flashing headpieces at this hen’s night please!A wine and painting night with your girlfriends and then maybe some dancing later on.You’re happy for your bridesmaids to organise the whole day as long as there is equal amounts of fun and pampering.A pyjama party with cocktails, popcorn and a great chick flick! If you don’t have to leave your house to have fun then you’re inYou want to organise presents for your bridesmaids, what do you do?*You bought the presents about a month ago and now they just need to be wrapped and given to your bridesmaids on the morning of the wedding.You’ve ordered their gifts online and they should arrive a few weeks before the wedding.You ask your Maid of Honour to help you organise the gifts for all the girls.You’ll write them each a heartfelt note the night before – your bridesmaids wouldn’t expect anything fancy.A friend suggests getting a wedding coordinator, your initial reaction is…*To take offence. You can do it all yourself and prove to her that you don’t need help!You agree that it’s a great idea and start doing some research. You don’t want someone to organise the whole thing but an ‘on the day’ coordinator would be helpful.Agree wholeheartedly. You’d already made a list of a few coordinators to contact.You start to look into coordinators, but eventually just ask a friend to help out with logistics on the day.It’s one month before the wedding, the only things left to do on your list are…*Not much really, everything is falling into place perfectly.Just a few minor things to check off the list. Now for the fun stuff – writing your vows!You’re not really sure; you’ve managed to find friends and family who were happy to help with most of the planning.So much! You’re beginning to freak out because it’s not exactly falling into place like you thought.