- 10 years ago
- Wedding: March 2012
I think that there is some merit to splitting the board between 20-25 and 26-29 and it has absolutely nothing to do with maturity, but rather what is going on a person’s life at those times. I have less to discuss wedding/marriage-wise with a lot of the women in their early 20’s (I’m 28) because I’m no longer in school and also because I never have anyone telling me I’m too young to get married, etc. I don’t think it’s a BAD thing to differentiate the lifestyles/ages…just a thought.