— Jasmine Rae
LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, May 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — If social media is any indication, the pandemic has duplicated dating and relationships. Pivotal matches that locked together after three meetings. Couples who didn’t know each other are longtime partners who decided to start a family or buy a property sooner than they could have because, well, there hasn’t been much -something else to do in the past two years. According to dating experts, it looks like marriages are back.
Jasmine Rae de Lung, San Francisco native and award-winning wedding cake maker, agrees and says wedding trends are coming back in full swing. “A new kind of marriage is here,” says Rae. “More couples are questioning and rejecting irrelevant traditions. More and more couples are treating their wedding as a gift for their guests. I notice that more and more couples are less interested in impressing their guests and more interested in give their wedding a chance to celebrate surviving the pandemic.”
According to Match’s 2021 Singles in America Study, which surveyed 5,000 single people in the United States in August, 53% of app users “now prioritize their search for a relationship more than before.” the pandemic”. The same study also found that 58% of app users have turned to “intentional dating” and 69% of users are more honest with potential partners. It should perhaps come as no surprise that after a year and a half of fear and uncertainty, engagement is now extremely sexy.
Rae continues, “The past two years have been like a source of loading: couples are ready to wed, after enduring inexorable hardships.”
While the pandemic has been described as “the great accelerator”, there is also a bubbling counter-narrative. Online dating site Plenty of Fish coined the term hesitant: “Feeling indifferent about dating, not knowing if you want to date seriously or casually because life, in general, is so uncertain in this moment. According to their research, 70% of single people feel this uncertainty.
“There is something of a celebratory irreverence as traditions are flouted, details are excused, and the more fun and personal elements are significantly more esteemed in the planning process. Like students fresh from the house of their parents, the curfew is no longer in effect,” Rae concluded.
Jasmine Rae de Lung was born in San Francisco in 1981. After formal art training, a mural painting business and a BA in cognitive science, she opened her baking studio in 2006, then simultaneously returned to school for a masters in psychology. Rae is often asked if and how her mastery contributes to her baking business. Rae said it’s hugely relevant to her work and her life, in part because it’s now part of her identity, a trained sensitivity tool, with a social justice lens. It influences the creative process both in cake making and working with real people.
Jasmine Rae’s cake creations are whimsical, organic, surprising, even austere, like a diaphanous sheet of rice or an explosion of sugar. @JasmineRaeCakes creates art around the world including Italy, Dubai, Malaysia, etc.
Take lessons from Jasmine Rae and/or schedule a cake consultation for your wedding or special event. Follow Jasmine Rae on Instagram @JasmineRaeCakes.
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