What questions do you ask the bride and groom before the wedding?

Answered by Jarrod Smith

As a wedding professional, I understand the importance of capturing the unique love story of each couple. To do so, I often ask a series of questions to the bride and groom before their wedding day. These questions help me understand their relationship, their journey together, and their vision for their special day. Here are some of the questions I typically ask:

1. How did you meet?
2. When did you know you were in love?
3. What was the proposal like?
4. How would you describe your relationship in three words?
5. What do you admire most about your partner?
6. What are your favorite shared memories?
7. What made you choose this particular wedding venue?
8. How did you decide on your wedding theme or style?
9. What are your must-haves for the wedding day?
10. Are there any special cultural or religious traditions you plan to incorporate into your wedding ceremony?
11. How do you imagine your wedding day will feel?
12. What are your hopes and dreams for your future together?
13. What are your plans after the wedding?
14. How do you envision celebrating your anniversaries in the years to come?
15. Is there anything else you would like to share about your love story or wedding plans?

These questions not only help me gather valuable information to create a personalized and meaningful wedding experience, but they also allow the couple to reflect on their journey together and express their love and excitement for the future. It’s a beautiful way to capture their unique story and ensure their wedding day truly reflects who they are as a couple.

In addition to these questions, I also make sure to have open and ongoing communication with the couple throughout the wedding planning process. This allows me to address any concerns or changes they may have and ensures that their wedding day is everything they’ve envisioned.