Questions for newly dating couples
Referencing your budget is another great way to end any more inquiries on the topic, such as, “Once we nail down our venue and budget we’ll be able to put our guest list together.” Do I get a plus-one?
If the answer to this question is no, venue and budget constraints are usually the best excuse to use. Try something like, “We wish our venue was big enough to accommodate more guests, but unfortunately they have a strict capacity limit.” How much are you paying for [X]?
Tell me an embarrassing story from high school or college. If you could be an artist, what medium would you work in and why? In a hypothetical world, what would our future children’s jobs be? When was the last time someone, other than me, praised you? What school assignment did you absolutely kick ass on? If people are inquiring about the cost of a specific vendor and you don’t want to disclose that info, you can politely tell them that you’re keeping the specifics between you two and your parents.If you feel comfortable enough, you can give them a percentage versus of revealing a price point, such as, “We’re trying not to spend more than 40% of our budget on catering.” Where are you going on your honeymoon?As it turns out, there are plenty of options for us too. Here were our impressions: Couple This one's almost like a social media platform but dedicated to the two of you instead of your entire social network.You can upload photos, create shared lists, and add dates relevant to your relationship to a calendar.