This is the first time in history that more couples will marry in the 21-year-old era, according to a new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The Academy says that the current marriage age is 20, down from its 21-century baseline.
The new recommendation, however, applies to any age range.
The study notes that a couple’s age also matters, as does whether they have children.
The age at which children are born is also important, the study says, adding that couples with more children and older ages have lower chances of getting married.
The American Academy also says that young couples are more likely to want to stay in touch, and that the number of people sharing their wedding day photos has doubled over the past decade.