Questions range from simple questions about personalities and preferences, to personal questions about their love life. We have provided questions in categories to make choosing those you wish to ask easier for you.
However, it is a good idea to mix the question up so those watching and playing stay interested. Knowing something about the couple in advance will help the questioner pick the best questions to ask. Dating Most relationships begin with dating. Dating relationships have their ups and downs and many interesting facets, ripe for newlywed game questions. Describe your spouse on your first date?
How did you meet your spouse? When and where did you first kiss? What color did your spouse wear on your first date? What did your spouse think about you after your first date? What was your worst date with your spouse?
Where did you go on your first date? Where did you go on your most recent date with your spouse? Whom did your spouse last date before you met? Engagement and the Wedding Weddings often proof hectic and seem not to go as planned. Couples seem to have selective memory when it comes to the actual occasion. These fun questions may stump your couple. How did your family react when you told them you were getting married? How long had you been dating when you became engaged?
How long after you were engaged did you get married? How many guests do you invited to the wedding? Which of you had more guests at the wedding, you or your spouse? What adjective best describes your spouse on your wedding day?
What did guests eat at the reception? What flavor of cake did you have at your wedding? How many tiers did the cake have? What is the worst thing that happened on your wedding day, and the best thing that happened? Who caught the bridal bouquet? Who caught the garter at your wedding? Who decided on the wedding song for walking down the aisle?
Firsts Remembering relationship firsts can be difficult, especially if opinions were involved. This category is sure to draw some interesting and contradictory answers. What did your spouse get you for your first Christmas together? For your first birthday? What is the first thing your spouse would buy if they won the lottery? What was the first car your spouse ever owned?
What was the first meal that your spouse ever cooked for you? What was the first movie that you both watched together in a theater? What was your first impression of your spouse? When and where was your first kiss? When did you and our spouse dance first and to what song? When did you have your first fight and what was it about? Did your spouse have any pets growing up?
What were their names? How many cousins does your spouse have? If you could send your mother-in-law or father-in-law on a trip, which would you choose, where would you send them and for how long? On what street did your spouse live on as a child?
Who would you say is the most unusual family member that you have met? Best and Worst, Most and Least Superlatives provide clues to not only what one is like, but what others think. The following questions unveil some opinions that may prove surprising.
What do you like best about your spouse? What do you think is the one thing that your spouse likes best about you? What frightens your spouse the most? What is the most embarrassing thing your spouse has said or done around you? Do you find this irritating? What one item of clothing does your spouse wear that you just cannot stand? What word best describes your spouse first thing in the morning?
Where will your spouse say they had the best vacation with you? Which of you eats the most junk food?
Who is the best cook? Who would you say has the better in-laws, you or your spouse? Finances One of the most difficult areas many couples face is handling the family finances. These questions may lead to some contradicting answers. If tension rises, you may wish choose questions from another topic.
Have you ever bought anything and kept the purchase a secret from your spouse? Have you ever fought over finances? If your spouse won the lottery, what would be the first thing they buy? What bill does your spouse complain about most? What bill would you like to keep a secret from your spouse?
To which charity is your spouse most likely to donate? Who actually controls the money in the family?
Who is better at managing finances? Who makes the most money? Who spends the most money on personal items? Preferences Couples have things they like and things they hate — about each other, life, and habits. This fun category explores how much couples know about each other and what they like and dislike.
Does your spouse prefer a bikini or one-piece swimsuit? Which do you prefer? How does your spouse like their steak cooked? How would you describe the perfect weekend? If today were the last day before the end of the world, how would you spend it? How would your spouse spend it? If you could change anything about your spouse, what would it be? If your house caught on fire, what one thing would your spouse grab before leaving? If your spouse could be any famous person, either living or dead, who would they choose to be?
What is one item you like that your spouse would love to get rid of? What is one thing that your spouse does for you that they hate, but does because you love it? What is one trait of yours that annoys your spouse the most? What is the one bad habit you have that your spouse hates? What would your spouse request as a last meal? Which room in your house would your spouse like to makeover?
Making Love A very personal subject, make sure your players have a sense of humor before using this set of questions. Do you make love as often as you would like?
How do you know your spouse is in the mood for making love? How long does your love making usually last? How would you describe your spouse on your wedding night? What adjective describes your spouse in the bedroom? What do you find most physically attractive about your spouse?