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We know of at least 65 engagements, 58 marriages and several other couples who are very happy together. If you have a story to share, please email us at Info@Weekenddating.com




Here is why I do one way matches. Christian and Leshelle married in 2007 (I think, lol) All of these years later, they are still happily married and have two beautiful children. Shushh, but originally Christian did not pick Lehselle. Watch the video on what happened (video taken in 2009) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rl-CfCtvpg&t=1s


Hi , 

Just wanted to let you know that exactly a year after I met John  (he was actually waitlisted) at your event we got engaged. We will be married next June. I've been telling anyone who asked that they should definitely try weekend dating and that I thought the people at your event were nicer, more down to earth people than the people you meet at speed dating events in the city.


All the best, 




Hello Jay and Company!!!

I know you keep track of your "success stories" (engagements and weddings, happy couples, etc). I thought I would tell you that you can add another engagement to your list!

Rob and I met almost 3 years ago at one of your Suffolk speed dating events. I had been to approximately 5 other events prior spread out over a couple years and always had more luck with speed dating than I had online. Rob had never been to one (he got lucky his first time out lol). Anyway, a married couple who had also met speed dating was running the event that night. It was a lot of fun as always. Rob said he drove by the place several times as his friend who was supposed to go that night too cancelled and he was thinking of backing out. I am so glad he didn't!!! We hit it off right away (although I did not hear from him afterward even though we matched and I broke my rule and contacted him first after about a month lol). As soon as we got in touch we went out that weekend and have been together ever since. Last month he proposed on the bow bridge in Central Park and we are planning a June wedding at one of the wineries out east where he lives (and where I will be living next year too). We couldn't be happier or more in love and we have you to thank for it. Tell others they can learn from us-you might get lucky your first time out like Rob but it could also take a few tries like for me smile emoticon WELL WORTH IT



November 2015

My now boyfriend and I attended an event for the first time in June 2015.  We both had our eyes on each other before he got to my table and once he did we clicked instantly.  Since then it's been nothing but happiness. We both are amazed by how well suited for each other we are and how it seems we've known each other for far longer.  We always talk about how crazy it is that if it wasn't for weekend dating we would never have met and we both had circumstances that almost prevented us from being there.  I didn't know I could love someone as much as I love him and I am so thankful that your event brought us together.  We tell our friends that they have to do it too because it really works.  Because of you I met the man I intend to spend my life with.  Thank you so much!


Update:  6/28/2017

"Well, a little update for you on the testimonial! On our two year anniversary tonight, just a little over two years and one week after we met through weekend dating...Doug proposed and I said yes! We are officially engaged!!! I met my future husband thanks to you. I can never thank you enough for bringing us together.


August 2015

Dear Jay,


I attended my first speed dating night in May 29th in Melville. Before the event started, I spotted this person who I was attracted to, but did not know if he was there for the event or not. It turns out he was there for speed dating too. He was the second person I spoke to and we just hit it off. We stayed after it was over and chatted for a while. We then left together and went to a place to hear music. He asked me out the next night and we have been going out ever since. We have so much in common. We are both widowed and have many of the same interests. I have had a fantastic summer doing many special things with him. We have gone away together twice and enjoyed every minute. We do not analyze anything but just enjoy the time we have together. Things look very positive for us as our relationship moves forward. I will say that we are both very happy. Thank you so much.





January 2015



Don't leave, at least stay and have something to eat.
Never could I have imagined that these special 10 words was going to change two people's lives forever.  One of my favorite motivational speeches is by Al Pacino in the movie Any Given Sunday.

"You find out life's this game of inches, so is football. Because in either game - life or football - the margin for error is so small. I mean, one half a step too late or too early and you don't quite make it. One half second too slow, too fast and you don't quite catch it. The inches we need are everywhere around us."

Lets rewind exactly one year ago from this past Sunday to August 10, 2013.  I was hosting a singles BBQ in Bethpage.  This was Jackie's  first ever event.  The BBQ's are a lot of fun and are very informal.  At this particular event the ages was skewing a little "older."   Jackie hung out for a bit and then let me know that she was going to leave.  I could tell that she was keeping a brave face, but the guys were a little bit too old for her.  Then I said those magical 10 words.  "Don't leave, at least stay and have something to eat."  I let her know the food was coming out shortly and she agreed to stay for a bit.  

I called Omar (who was closer to Jackie's age and had expressed some possible interest in attending the BBQ) and told him that we had some cute younger women in attendance and he should come down and register.  Omar said that he was with Chris and that they were going to the city but would try to stop by on the way.  Thankfully they did because as the story goes...The rest was history.

Lets fast forward to this past Sunday, August 10th, 2014.  It was an honor to have been invited back to the place where it all began.

Chris proposed to Jackie and she accepted!!

It really made me think about that Al Pacino speech.  What if Jackie had left early and not stayed for the food?  What if Omar and Chris decided to skip the BBQ and go straight to the city?  "One half a step too late or too early and you don't quite make it. One half second too slow, too fast and you don't quite catch it. The inches we need are everywhere around us."

I will keep this story in mind the next time I want to leave someplace early or decide that I really do not want to do something.. You just never know how not missing that experience could have a tremendous impact on your life.

Congrats to the engaged couple!


Dear Jay,

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