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And you know what? They totally can be. Wedding season is gearing up. This is something that will obviously vary from wedding to wedding, but be sure to take advantage of the bridesmaid opportunity if it comes up. The groomsmen on the opposite side of the aisle are target one.
But if none of them emit sparks, just sit back and wait. Trust me.
Just wearing the matching dress and having a supporting role on the big day will draw the right eyes your way. Plus, I had quite a few people elders and bachelors alike, to be honest come up and compliment my public speaking skills at the post-ceremony cocktail hour. It was an easy conversation starter for the guy and a jumping-off point for plenty of interesting conversation. Weddings are expensive! These days a "plus one" is actually pretty rare and usually only extends to engaged friends and the bridal party. Arriving solo ensures that you can keep your eyes peeled for potential throughout the day.
This is intro-line gold, gals. Sitting next to a cute guy at the ceremony? Ask him. Sidling up to the bar near a mixed group of people or even a bunch of girls that look friendly? But you get the idea.
Keep this line in your back pocket or your clutch, as the case may be like a secret weapon. And if you get sucked into a conversation with a dud?
Just ask him if he knows where the restroom is and move right along to refresh your lipstick and try again. Relax, enjoy yourself, see what happens. You can use my above intro line or just wander over and introduce yourself. This one should be obvious, though I think it should be said. Dancing is just plain fun. And freeing! And good exercise! Make eye contact with a stranger, and flip your hair around.
Swing around by the arms or maybe even get a limbo line going with a willing man. The second most popular tip I was offered from friends?
Balance your time between said dance floor and the bar. You are not the only single person at this wedding. You are not the only person hoping that their zillionth wedding of the season just might lead to the ultimate real-life meet-cute. Photo Credit: Nirav Patel. Austen can teach us something about the laws of attraction. Home Relationships.
Here are six things to keep in mind. Make the most of having a role in the wedding. Chat up some of the parent-age guests.
Hit the dance floor. Unleash your charm at the bar. By Taylor Davies. By Monica Gabriel Marshall. By Gabriella Patti. By Katie Faley.A guy date for a wedding
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