Well, people do take everything seriously nowadays. Otherwise how do you explain researchers working on statistics regarding dating and prospective partners? One of the recent studies show that in an average sized wedding of 150 people, one has the option to choose the ‘someone special’ from a pool of 13 individuals.
But again, meeting someone and actual sparks flying are two very different things. To get things going, you need to be careful and watch every step. If you are one of the bridesmaids, then your work gets simpler as you will definitely get a fair share of the limelight.
But make sure you sit at the single’s table. You are way easier to spot then. Also, if you want to meet prospective partners at the wedding, avoid taking a date to the same. Go single. And once you are there, do not sit in a corner; get down to the dance floor and show your moves. It is no good being shy in such situations.
Don’t flirt with every other person; rather find some whom you fancy. And if it helps you to loosen up a bit, then down some drinks, but don’t go overboard. If you do, then chances are that you will end up embarrassing yourself, one way or the other.
If you get lucky, please do find a room and do not start nudging in front of the guests. And store the announcement for later; you do not want to steal the thunder from the bride for sure.
But before everything, make sure that the other person involved is single. 32% men have confessed that it is more likely that they would cheat on their partners at a wedding.