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brick-49ParticipantJuly 9, 2018 at 1:09 pm #178794
So I have had a crush on this girl for a few months now and I am getting to the point where I need to make something happen. I asked her out to dinner in May and she told me she was going through a breakup with a guy she was in a long distance relationship with and once she figured things out she wouldn’t be opposed to going with me. I’ve seen her a bunch of times since then because she works at the bar I go to on weekends and we have texted here and there but nothing serious. I have not mentioned her situation or asked her out again and she hasn’t brought it up at all. So here is my question…next weekend she is a bridesmaid in a wedding that I will also be attending. Do you think at some point during the wedding it would be a good idea to ask her what is going on and if she will ever take me up on my offer? I know she does not have a date to the wedding and neither do I. Any thoughts would be great. Thanks
dashingscorpioParticipantJuly 9, 2018 at 1:54 pm #178797
Just go to the wedding and party with her at the reception. (drink, dance, talk, and laugh…)
Treat it as if you’re already on a date. If you have a blast together then at the end ask her out.
The great thing about wedding receptions is there is no “date pressure”
People generally relax among friends and family. There is usually alcohol and dancing.
There’s always someone or something the two of you can observe or crack jokes about.
Make up your mind to have a great time and see where that takes you.
Don’t be surprised if there is another girl you end up connecting with!
CROWNrsfParticipantJuly 9, 2018 at 8:28 pm #178821
I second dashingscorpio. It should be a much more relaxed setting so im sure that being yourself and showing your concerns wouldnt be a bad thing. just tell her how you feel and be straight up with her!
FridRixParticipantJuly 10, 2018 at 2:11 am #178825
at this wedding, invite her to one slow dance and dance. ONLY DANCE. Then try to start a conversation. If it did not work out then invite another slow dance and calm voice to ask all that interests you
juliegurl27ParticipantJuly 10, 2018 at 4:37 am #178830
Just take things slow. Just like yeah inviting her for a slow dance.
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