Top Trivia Questions For Weddings: Who Knows The Bride And Groom Best?

Have you been asked to create a trivia question for a wedding and don’t know where to start?

Maybe you want to plan a trivia game for the wedding and need some help creating questions? Or are you curious about the process and want to know more?

Whatever the question is that brought you here, we have the answer for you. 

Creating a trivia game for a wedding can be tricky, especially if you have never done it before. Sure, the premise seems simple.

You create a quiz with questions all about the happy couple to see who knows the most, but how do you plan it? What materials do you need? And what questions should you ask? 

You head online for guidance but are met with confusing and contradicting advice that leaves you unsure where to turn or who to trust.

Disappointed and frustrated, you wonder if your dreams of hosting a wedding trivia game are bust. 

Well, no more! Today, we are here to help. Keep reading for a detailed guide to creating a brilliant trivia game!

Creating a wedding trivia game is not only a fun activity, but it also adds a personalized touch to the wedding and can help break the ice between guests who may not know each other.

In addition to questions about the bride and groom, you can also include questions about the wedding venue, the wedding party, and the couple’s history to make the game more challenging and entertaining.

We have the top questions for weddings to see who knows the bride and groom best, along with plenty of advice to make your quiz the best. 

Let’s dive straight in and get you the answers you need. 

Bride And Groom Trivia Questions 

Let’s start with the questions. We have broken them down into a few sections to find the questions you want to include.

We recommend using a mixture of questions from each section to offer plenty of variety and a chance for the guests to answer a few questions. 

Check out the sections below now., 

Questions About The Bride And Grooms Relationship

The first set of questions is all about the bride and groom’s relationship, their dynamics, and history.

These questions are nice to start with, as you can engage the guests while they reminisce and learn more about the couple’s relationship. 

It’s also a good icebreaker and can help shyer guests become more relaxed and enjoy the day more. Check out the 25 questions you could use listed below. 

  1. Where did the couple meet?
  2. Where was their first date?
  3. Where is the honeymoon taking place?
  4. When did they have their first kiss?
  5. Where did they go for their first vacation?
  6. How long were they together before getting engaged? 
  7. Who planned the proposal?
  8. Do they want to have children? (you can leave this one out if the couple has had fertility issues or expressed that they do not plan to have children)
  9. How many children do they want? (again this one can be omitted if needed)
  10. Who is the better cook?
  11. Who does more of the housework?
  12. What are their pet names for each other?
  13. Who said I love you first?
  14. Who made the first move?
  15. What is the inscription on their ring?
  16. What is their song? 
  17. Where do they want to build their home?
  18. What destination would they choose for an adventure elopement? 
  19. What was their first fight about?
  20. Who is the first to apologize after a fight? 
  21. What were the exact words used to propose?
  22. What do they love most about each other? 
  23. When did they first realize the other was ‘the one’? 
  24. Where did they have their most recent vacation?
  25. How did they spend their first Valentine’s? 

Personal Questions About The Bride And Groom 

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These questions get a little more personal and are about the bride and groom as individuals, not just a couple.

There are plenty of questions below that cover their childhoods and interests. Make sure that guests have enough space to answer the questions for both the bride and the groom! 

  1. How many siblings do they have?
  2. What are their nicknames?
  3. Where were they born?
  4. When is their birthday?
  5. What are their middle names?
  6. What is their eye color?
  7. What are their Zodiac signs?
  8. What college did they go to?
  9. What was their major?
  10. What was their first job?
  11. What is their current job?
  12. What is their favorite sport?
  13. What is their favorite genre of music? 
  14. What is their favorite song?
  15. What is their favorite restaurant? 
  16. Who is their celebrity crush?
  17. If they were stuck on a deserted island, what three things would they want? 
  18. If they were given any superpower, what would they want? 
  19. If their house was on fire, what would they save first? 
  20. If they went viral, what would it be about? 
  21. Who is their best friend? 
  22. What car do they drive? 
  23. What is the first thing they would buy if they won the lottery?
  24. What is their top pet peeve? 
  25. What is their love language?
  26. What always gets them angry? 
  27. What social media platform do they use most? 
  28. What is their favorite way to pass time? 
  29. What was their favorite subject in school?
  30. What is their favorite book? 

Questions About Pre-Wedding Events, The Ceremony, And Reception 

The beauty of this trivia game is that it can be played at any part of the wedding. It could be played at the bridal shower, bachelorette party, wedding reception, or any event you see fit! 

You can also tweak the questions to suit the event the game is played at too, to reference the event or events that have happened before.

Below is a list of questions that can be featured at the event. 

  1. What are the names of everyone that made a toast? 
  2. What book from the Bible were the readings from? 
  3. What song did the bride and father dance to? 
  4. What was the couple’s first dance? 
  5. What song did the groom and mother dance to? 
  6. What song was playing during the bride’s entrance? 
  7. What song was playing during the parent’s entrance? 
  8. What kind of flowers is the bride carrying? 
  9. Where was the bachelor party held? 
  10. Where was the bachelorette party held? 
  11. What is the theme of the wedding?
  12. What is the color scheme of the wedding? 
  13. What is the flavor of the wedding cake? 
  14. How many guests are at the reception?

Risque Questions

Now, these questions can be a little more tricky to fit into a trivia game, as they tend to be quite sexual and suggestive.

These questions are about the couple’s preferences, past adventures, and sex life.

They might not be appropriate for every event, so be sure to think carefully before you add them to your trivia game. 

We have a few questions that you can use. 

  1. What is the weirdest kink they have? 
  2. What is the weirdest kink they want to try?
  3. What is their guilty pleasure? 
  4. What is the strangest place they had sex in?
  5. What is their favorite sex position? 

This Or That Questions 

This or That questions are fun ones that will break up some more tricky questions.

Print both answers on the card and the guests can simply circle one or tick the box of the one the bride or groom prefers. You can play this for the bride, groom, or both! 

Here are some questions you can use for this round. 

  1. Beach or mountain?
  2. Dog or cat? 
  3. Sweet or spicy?
  4. Instagram or Twitter?
  5. Travel or stay at home?
  6. Video call or audio call? 
  7. Meat or vegetables? 
  8. South Korea or Japan?
  9. Thai food or Mexican food? 
  10. Summer or winter? 
  11. Pasta or pizza? 
  12. Sunny or rainy day? 
  13. Classical music or K-pop? 
  14. Long car ride or plane ride? 
  15. Sushi or Chinese food? 
  16. Morning person or night owl? 
  17. New York or California? 

How To Play The Game 

Playing the game isn’t as tricky as you might think. To start, you will want to create a list of questions.

This is typically done by a close relative, friend, or member of the bridal party. They will know more about the couple than anyone else, allowing them to come up with the questions easily. 

You can also enlist the help of your wedding planner if you have one to brainstorm some game questions that can be used. 

Ideally, you want around 15 questions from the different categories we looked at earlier.

This means that the game won’t feel too short and brief, but that it also won’t drag on, leaving your guests bored halfway through. 

You should run the questions past the bride and groom first. They will provide you with the correct answers and make sure all of the questions are appropriate.

Whoever is facilitating the game will be told the answers, which could be the maid of honor, an emcee, a relative, or anyone who volunteers! 

Traditionally the game features questionnaires that are printed out before the wedding. The questionnaires are then passed to all the guests, with a pen for them to use.

They are given time to write answers for each question before swapping papers to be marked. You can also add a prize for the winner, but this is optional.

Tips For A Great Game 

We wouldn’t let you leave today without some wonderful tips! Below are our essential tips that will help you plan and deliver the perfect wedding trivia game. 

Get Approval

First, get approval from the happy couple.

You need to make sure that they don’t find any of the questions inappropriate, too personal, or obscure so that their guests won’t know the answer.

There is no point in planning a quiz that no one knows the answers to or makes the couple uncomfortable! 

Be prepared to have a few backup questions in case the couple veto any of the ones you have selected. 

Use An Online Template

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Once the questions are approved, you can create the questionnaire. We find it far easier to use an online template.

Not only does it take a lot of the hard work away from you, but it can provide you with plenty of design inspiration that you might not have seen otherwise. 

If you are making your own format, make sure you allow plenty of space for the guests to write answers to the questions.

You will want to ensure there is space for answers for the bride and groom so you might need two lines or columns. 

Enlist Volunteers

You also want to have some assistance! This will make the job easier and take the stress off you in the build-up to the big day.

We recommend distributing the following tasks so you don’t need to organize everything: 

  1. Designing the questionnaire (layout)
  2. Printing and cutting the questionnaires
  3. Passing out the questionnaires and pens 

Be Considerate 

Make sure you are considerate to all guests. If there are children at the wedding or bridal party, it’s best to exclude the risque questions.

You don’t want to include sexual questions in front of young children, it could cause some awkward questions and angry parents! 

If you have coworkers, acquaintances, or colleagues that might not know the answers to nostalgic or personal questions, then it is best to keep these questions to a minimum.

You don’t want half of the guests to be staring into space unsure of answers! 

Ideally, you want a range of questions that guests will be able to answer comfortably.

Sure, you want one or two harder ones in the mix, but this is meant to be a fun activity, so keep it light-hearted! 

Use The Right Materials 

You will want to invest in good quality paper that is strong enough to prevent tears, but isn’t too glossy that the ink smudges.

You will also want pens that write easily and don’t dry up after one go. Nobody wants to battle a rubbish pen when they know the answer! 


Make sure you have the pens and test them on some scrap paper before you distribute them.

You might want to print an extra questionnaire to make sure that the pens work well on the paper you have chosen. 

Gave Backups

It’s also worth having a few spare questionnaires and pens, just in case of an emergency. You want to be prepared for all situations! 

Get A Great Prize 

If you have chosen to include a prize, make sure you go for one that is affordable but your guests will love. You could also have the prize as something like a bouquet toss or garter toss. 

Go Paperless

Finally, it’s worth considering going paperless for the quiz. This can be easier than printing and distributing paper questionnaires.

Relying on technology does pose its own challenges though, especially if everyone isn’t tech-savvy! 

Final Thoughts 

And there you have it, your complete guide to planning and executing a trivia game at a wedding.

Whether you are the happy couple, the maid of honor tasked with creating the game, or a volunteer roped into helping, we are sure you will have found what you need! 

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