Planning a wedding is no easy task. You have to find a venue, secure a DJ, decide who will make the guest list, go through tens of dresses, send invitations, and much more. Guest entertainment might be the last thing on your mind when planning your wedding. After all, there will be food and an open bar, which is entertainment enough. Maybe you’re hiring a master of ceremonies to take care of the entertainment.
Whether you’re a professional wedding entertainer or a bride/groom in distress, we have a great idea for some wedding entertainment. Let’s play a trivia game! To not distract from the bride and groom, these trivia questions are all about them and their relationship. If you’re getting married, go through these questions, adjust them to your liking, and answer them before the wedding. These questions can also be used at bridal showers, bachelor and bachelorette parties, and engagement parties!
Rules of the Game
There is no right or wrong in playing, though there are right and wrong answers. The bride and groom must pick the questions they want to include in the quiz and mark the correct answers somewhere. Then, you can print the questions and hand them out to all wedding attendees. The players can then write down their answers, put their names on their sheets, and hand them back. The wedding planner should mark the sheets and announce the winners. If you’re feeling generous, the winners can get prizes!
Alternatively, have the master of ceremonies, best man, maid of honor, or wedding planner announce the questions randomly throughout the night. It might be a bit more difficult to spot the right answers, depending on your wedding size, but it’ll also draw everyone into the discussion.
1. How did the bride and groom meet?
2. Who initiated the first date?
3. Where did they go on their first date?
4. Where did they have their first kiss?
5. Who said “I love you” first?
6. How did they celebrate their first anniversary?
7. Where did they go on their first vacation together?
8. What were the first gifts they’d given each other?
9. Whose family did they meet first?
10. How long had they been dating before getting engaged?
11. Who proposed to whom?
12. Where are they going on their honeymoon?
13. Do they want to have kids?
14. Where do they want to spend the rest of their lives?
15. What is their song?
16. What’s their favorite movie to watch together?
17. Who is the better cook?
18. Who is the better driver?
19. Who takes longer to get ready?
20. Who wakes up earlier?
21. What’s the bride’s and groom’s love language?
22. Who takes better pictures?
23. Who is better with money?
24. Who is messier?
25. What are they most likely to argue about?
26. What’s their favorite restaurant to go to together?
27. What’s their favorite meal to cook together?
28. Who are their favorite couple friends to go on double dates with?
29. Who of their friends helped the most with the wedding planning?
30. Which family member was the most involved in the wedding planning?
31. Who helped the bride and groom pick out their dress and suit for the wedding?
32. Who was more involved in planning the wedding: the bride or the groom?
33. Who planned the proposal?
34. Who starts more fights?
35. Who is usually the first to say sorry?
36. How long have the bride and groom known each other?
37. Would they (or did they) ever get matching tattoos?
38. If they want to have kids, how many do they want?
39. How did they celebrate their first Valentine’s Day together?
40. Where did they go on vacation most recently?
41. Who does most of the packing for a vacation?
42. What’s their favorite drink to enjoy together?
43. What pet names do they use for each other?
44. When did they start to live together?
45. Who does more chores at home?
46. When did they first realize they wanted to get married?
47. Do they want any pets?
48. Do they have a TV in the bedroom?
49. Do they want to live in a house or an apartment?
50. Who says “I love you” more often?
And there you have it! These questions are fun for weddings, showers, and parties, and they’re good for couples to ask each other before making that big commitment! See? Trivia doesn’t always have to be so trivial!
For more fun trivia inspiration, check out these articles: 10 kick-ass ideas for throwing a great trivia party, 30 fun baby Jeopardy categories for your next shower, 75 truly funny personal trivia questions to ask friends and family, and 30 fun birthday Jeopardy categories for your next party.
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