Do you ask questions separately between the bride and groom to find the Big 3 Things?

Amina answered: You can do it separately or together. The benefit of doing it separately is that you might get different sides of people when they're on their own. The benefit of doing it with them together is that you'll get to experience how they interact. Do they finish each other's sentences? Is one more dominant than the other? You'll also have the opportunity to hear answers from two different perspectives. The groom may answer something about his mom one way, and the bride may answer the same question about the groom's mom in a completely different way – and you'll see a reaction between the two of them ensue. If you ask them these questions separately, you won't see the interaction .