Conversation Questions About Marriage

Marriage can be an interesting discussion topic as there are many different opinions about marriage and the benefits or pitfalls of getting wed. Below you’ll find 30 interesting conversation questions about marriage you can ask to start a discussion. If you would like to download and print a PDF of these questions, you can do so at the bottom of the page.

Discussion Questions About Marriage

  1. Is marriage important in your culture?
  2. What’s the best age to get married?
  3. Is it necessary to get married in this day and age?
  4. Do you know any married couples? How long have they been married?
  5. What wedding traditions are there in your culture?
  6. Do you want to get married in the future?
  7. What makes a marriage successful, in your opinion?
  8. Would you marry someone from another country?
  9. What would make a great wedding gift?
  10. Before marriage, do you think it is important to live together first?
  11. What’s the best way to find a potential wife/husband?
  12. What’s your opinion on arranged marriages?
  13. Which qualities are important in a good spouse?
  14. Is it okay to have secrets in a marriage?
  15. How many months/years should couples know each other before getting married?
  16. What are some valid reasons for getting a divorce?
  17. What are some important wedding vows you want to hear at your wedding?
  18. Do you think men and women have different responsibilities in a marriage?
  19. What’s your opinion on polygamy?
  20. Who should pay for a wedding?
  21. What would your dream wedding be like?
  22. What’s the secret to a happy marriage?
  23. What are the benefits of getting married?
  24. What are the downsides of getting married?
  25. What’s your opinion on prenuptial agreements?
  26. How much should couples spend on their wedding ceremony?
  27. Do married couples have to live together or can they live separately?
  28. Do couples need to get married to have kids?
  29. What’s an appropriate age difference between married couples?
  30. Do married men/women have less freedom than single people?