Just 46 years ago an average age for a new married couple was 22.6 years old for a girl and 24.6 years old for a guy, when today this number is much bigger – 30.8 years old for a girl and 32.7 years old for a guy.
Surprisingly, even though nowadays couples spend more time thinking about getting married, the number of ceremonies taking place each year is rising by 2.7 percent.
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And at the same time, 90% of participants of the survey mentioned that they felt less pressure to get married than their parents’ generation.
Whirlwind romances may not be to everyone's taste, but it seems boyfriends who are approaching their third "anniversary" are overdue for the ultimate romantic gesture.
An average couple date for 17 months before moving in together, live together for 22 months before getting engaged and have 20 months of engagement before finally getting married.
It influences not only the time couple spend together before the marriage but also the age of the bride and the groom.
Alexandra Campos, of The National Wedding Show, which carried out the poll said: "Men everywhere should be getting ready to buy that ring and get down on one knee if they are anywhere near the three-year anniversary.
"If you really want to earn some brownie points, you could pop the question a few months earlier, as this research shows that's when women think it's the perfect time to get engaged." The poll of 3,000 engaged or married Brits also revealed that one in ten has even set a time limit on when they get engaged.
Young people want to get to know each other better before getting married and that’s why it takes so long.