Forget their families—the Shulamite bride and her lover are really into each other. They exchange loving words of admiration (i.e., sweet nothings) and envision their lives together.
Again, they get really fancy with how they describe their love, likening it to a strongly built house of cedar and pine (1:17).
The important thing to remember here is that these two lovebirds are focused on imagery that illustrates, "my love is seriously awesome."
Natural images are a favorite of these lovers. They describe their love as "a cluster of henna blossoms in the vineyards of En-gedi [an oasis]" (1:14) and "a lily among brambles" (22:1). We're not sure we've ever seen a bramble before, but it sounds nice.