Are you about to tie the knot and are searching for games that’ll make your wedding an interesting and memorable one?
Are you a friend of the bride or groom OR an MC of the wedding looking for games that will light up the wedding and give it the spark it richly deserves?
Then you’re in the right place!
Newlywed Game Questions are inspired by the wildly relatable and popular TV Game Show; ‘The Newlywed Game.‘
Although the questions may be for the lovely couple(s) who are about to tie the knot, the hilarity and sweetness of these questions would surely make a great impression on everyone’s mind.
That’s why I spent a ton of hours researching and brainstorming the best-newlywed game questions and have grouped them into categories.
So without boring you with a long intro, let’s get right into it…
What Will I Learn?
29 Best Newlywed Game Questions for Everyone to Enjoy
These fun questions are the ‘cream of the crop,’ and are ‘perfect’ for any couple out there.
The best part is the unpredictability of the responses received, and all the natural back-and-forth that usually follows.
But be assured that these are guaranteed to entertain everyone at the wedding, and you can even spice them up with further direct questions.
Where did you two first meet?
An excellent question and something you’d find a couple relating to multiple times before.
But for those guests who are not close to the bride and groom, this opening can give a sense of inclusiveness and relatability.
What was the first impression you had when you first met your spouse?
Not all lovebirds fall in love when they first meet, and even the most commonplace responses can impress upon the audience as an overture of romantic feelings.
These feelings tend to pervade throughout the wedding, but you can be sure to expect something unexpected and hilarious if the couple is receptive.
When and where did you both first kiss?
According to Melissa of Reader’s Digest, kissing naturally relaxes you and I can’t agree more.
Of course, when a couple had their first kiss, the situation can most definitely be something wholly entertaining, and you don’t need to pull any punches if you see the couple being receptive.
What do you think of that kiss?
This is a natural extension of the previous inquiry, and you can add several parameters to make it seem even more entertaining and engaging.
You may want the response to be of a single word or even two.
How and when did you two end up on a date?
[You may think that this is a familiar slice-of-life-themed question, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the response you’re going to get.
Again, questions like these will almost always keep balance with the ones that could have more contentious consequences.
What was the worst date that you had to go with your spouse?
It might result in some entertaining banter for everyone involved.
What would be the ideal date for both of you?
Although it’s a follow-up, the effect can be the opposite.
After all, learning what the ideal date is can reveal something truly sweet or something that both individuals getting married can revel in.
Of course, you need to time your question appropriately.
Otherwise, it won’t generate the desired results.
What was the last date that both of you went together?
The questions about dates can be easily bookended by this one.
What is the best food that your spouse cooked? Why?
There is some real and impressionable exchange going on in this case and make sure you capture that feeling.
What will your spouse say that he/she loves the most?
You know it’ll be interesting since both of them love each other.
But the interesting part is when the couple relates their actual impressions by living with the one they truly love.
Certainly, everyone at the wedding will be rolling in laughter when the banter eventually comes to a close.
Which one of you is most likely to fall asleep first in bed?
Another interesting question that is also quite private, and may very well cause some entertaining arguments.
With a single word, how would you describe your spouse’s family?
The reaction of the family concerned would be something that you’d not want to miss out on.
What is the thing you expect your spouse to absolutely support?
If you’re an MC who is trying to make this part of the wedding a true success, there can’t be anything better than what this question might bring to mind.
What is the one thing that you’re sure that your spouse will never support?
Okay, after you’ve turned a positive-seeking question into something confrontational, now it’s time to do the exact opposite.
Revel in the showcasing of affection that they show for one another with such a direct inquiry with seemingly negative implications.
Who is the most unusual person you’ve met at this wedding?
Try to make the rapid-fire questions even more interesting by involving the audience.
They’d be flabbergasted but would feel quite good for making an impression.
It can be anybody- even you!
What would you say frightens your spouse the most?
Go all out with insecurities and phobias on a special day, and it’ll give a special kind of insights and relatability at an event that’s all about perfection and tradition.
But it’s certainly more interesting to get into the underlying fears of humankind and bring out the sides-hurting episodes from each of the spouse’s life.
What is one single thing about your spouse that you can’t help but feel irritated about?
No one’s perfect, even someone with whom you’ve decided to spend most of your life.
So, it’s better to come out with it on the wedding day and create a true moment, which can help avoid future cases of something unsolicited later during married life.
What is the one word you’d use to depict your spouse’s artistic disposition?
The subjective nature of art can create hours of tireless debates, fights, and truly constructive theorizing.
Don’t expect the latter in this case, but it’s certainly great to of making your audience gasp with differing views that one might think to be commonplace.
What is the most hilarious and most unusual thing you’ve seen your spouse complaining about?
As humans, we all have our own viewpoints on some things around us.
Ask the question, and you’ll be amazed at the response you get!
What is the strangest thing you’ve seen your spouse buying for you?
Truly, the perception of a ‘perfect gift’ can differ from person to person.
And, your spouse is certainly the one you’d want to let all your inhibitions down.
Certainly, the couple can see the complex feelings at play, and it’ll even endear them to the people present to an even greater degree.
What is the one piece of clothing you’d want to wear for yourself that belongs to your spouse?
Now, this is a question that might not have crossed anyone’s mind.
But it’s certainly an entertaining one, and your audience would fall out of their seats with laughter if the answer should end with the wedding clothes that the couple is putting on right at the wedding.
Who is the one that makes the other wait?
The bride would definitely love this one.
What is something that your spouse is completely clueless about?
Limitations and inconsistencies are what make us human, and it’s better to be aware of and accept such an inevitable downside.
How would you describe your day so far?
Anything outside ‘perfect’ or ‘great’ isn’t good.
What is the most absurd and embarrassing thing you’ve done with your spouse?
The answer would be truly interesting.
What would you say about your spouse’s sense of responsibility?
Asking this particular question will most certainly give a pretty good idea about the dynamics of the relationship.
Keeping it under control can result in some pretty nice moments of the day.
What are your thoughts about your spouse’s ex-partner?
Be prepared for the answer.
The answer would most likely be a negative one.
25 “Most Likely To” Newlywed Game Questions
This particular batch of questions is all about relativity, and I’m not talking about Einstein.
Who is most likely to act out in public?
The audience will most likely guess who is more dramatic, and this question can either confirm their suspicion or completely upends them.
Who is most likely to get in a fight?
Yes, this may appear similar to the question mentioned above, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised many times when I heard couples answer it.
Who is most likely to find something funny that most might consider being serious and grave?
It’ll reveal so much about the couple.
Who is most likely to throw a tantrum if plans don’t work out?
Nobody likes when plans get canceled, but it’s one of those actualities no one is immune to.
You’ll surely come to know who adheres to plans and schedules, and who is more adaptive to circumstances.
Who is most likely to be found in a shady bar in the dead of night?
Despite people’s dispositions toward decorum and formality, there is something about the dark side of life that no one can ignore.