All right brides and brides-to-be, it's about to get real up in here: Did you set a deadline for saying "I do"? Based on a recent survey reported over at Self.com, most college women want to be married by the age of 30 -- 85 percent of them to be exact.
I've definitely had friends play the age game—"If I'm this age now, this means I should meet the man of my dreams in two years, marry a year after that..." and so on and so on. But talk about a race to the altar! According to the survey:
- 46.5 percent said they'd like to get married between age 25 and 27
- 20.9 percent said they'd like to tie the knot between 28-30
- 17.1 percent want to walk down the aisle by their 25th birthdays
So the moment of truth: Did you set a wedding day goal? If so, do you fall in one of these categories?