What does that mean?
Throughout the 25 year history of Bon Jour Matchmaking Service, the majority of the 313 couples who married sealed the deal with either their first or second introduction. NO that doesn’t mean you HAVE to marry the first or second person you meet. My goal is to be so discriminating in matching people who fit each other’s preferences and criteria that regardless of how long it takes for those matches to present themselves they will be so spot on that they culminate in marriage.
I am writing this post to clarify this statement in that it has been misinterpreted a couple of times. There is no pressure or requirement to marry the first or second person you meet. This is merely an observation over a quarter of a century of matchmaking in Denver.
A matchmaking service is not a dating service. A matchmaker by definition should work hand-in-hand with each client to zero in on the most important components for that individual so as to match them appropriately with a person who fits as many preferences as possible and who has that spark when they look at each other. Ah chemistry, it’s a curious and wondrous intangible thing. To feel whether a match has that as well as fits your priorities you must be presented with enough information to assess it.
Every client views a 5 page questionnaire along with a 4-6 current photos of potential matches to see, feel and review whether this person gives you that “feeling”. When you work with a real Matchmaker you are paying to view all of this information so that you can decide together whether this is someone who fits for you. How else could there have been 313 marriages born from Bon Jour Matchmaking.
If this one-on-one collaboration feels right for you it is worth reading through this website and chatting with me to see if we are a good fit to work together to create the future you desire. 303-756-8106