No More “I Do’s” and Kissing The Bride
“You may now kiss the bride” used to be a sacred phrase couples awaited to hear since the moment they fell in love. Research reveals that younger Americans are deciding that they don’t need to tie the knot. Either that or they are waiting until way later in life.
In the ’80s, more than two-thirds of people aged between 25-years-old and 34 had already tied the knot. More than half the people in the age range today are single. No more wedding bells and throwing the bouquet?