4) If you were to cook one dinner for your bride, what dish would you prepare? 8) What would you say is the bride’s most annoying habit?
That said, bring them up when there's a lull in the conversation or you're bored; you have nothing better to do than talk anyway, right?
Throw a few questions into the mix and see what happens.
It was the sweetest 🙂 It really wasn’t too hard to do and you could really do it yourself! 2) If you could be any superhero, what superhero would you be?
Or better yet…hire me 🙂 haha Here’s a few photos of the bride playing along with the DVD. 3) If your bride could only bring one item on your honeymoon, what would she bring? 7) What would the bride say is your most annoying habit?
18) When was the first moment you realized that you loved each other?
Relationships can get boring if they stay perpetually on the same track.Keep lighter, less necessary questions out of serious conversation unless you want your S. to think you don't care about the topic at hand.If they're already deep into a topic, don't interrupt it with something else. A few drinks can really help liberate you to say things you otherwise might not say.Although interesting questions can be a fun jumping-off point, it's not always the right time to engage in lighthearted conversation.If you guys are already addressing questions important to your relationship, it's not a fantastic time to throw a hypothetical in there.Even the lighter ones can bring up some heavy answers if you both decide you want to go there.