I can smell it already. The good food and drinks are coming. And so is the marriage advice from Grandma and all your aunties. The holidays are the time when extended family gets together to share good food and unsolicited advice. Now's the time to break out your phone and save that snarky wisdom to use in your wedding video.
Here are some interview questions to ask Grandma (modify for other family members):
- How did Grandpa propose?
These questions are sure to give you marriage advice that is pure gold. When you re-watch your wedding video, it'll be hilarious to listen to your dad explain how to make everything "coooool" after a disagreement:
...or your aunt giving a-little-too-frank newlywed money advice:
Now that you've gotten the secrets to a happy marriage, here are some tips on how to use those interviews:
- Interview all the grandparents and parents on both sides about the proposal stories. In your video, you can interview your fiance, and include it in a montage with all the generational stories
Although Shelley's Grandma couldn't be at the wedding, her advice was the star of the show (at the 45 second mark):