Have you ever found yourself wondering if there’s a ‘right’ age to get married? A recent study by Hillier Jewellers has looked at the average age of marriage across the country to see at what stage in life people are likely to tie the knot.
If you’re planning a wedding, chances are you’ve looked back at family wedding photos and realised how young your parents or grandparents were on their wedding day. Now, it’s common for couples to wait until they’ve travelled the world or established themselves in their careers before deciding to take the next step. Back in the 70’s the average age of marriage was 28.6 for men and 29.5 for women, so how does it look over 40 years later?