Can it be.. "You are a beautiful couple"?
thought the same since kaunis literally means beautiful
I like how couple and pair both mean the same thing, and yet "pari" is an anagram of "pair".
It's a good mnemonic!
They are etymological cognates, both come from the Latin word “par”.
Probably it's a loanword from swedish
"You are a nice couple" - isn't it a good translation?
I don't think so. Since "nice" would usually be translated as "mukava" (which can also mean comfortable). In this sentence the couple is being described as lovely or beautiful (like wow so cute together) rather than "you are nice people"