Yes, that would make sense. It does seem a lot more straightforward, more unhurried, and lower pressure there than in, say, the U.S.
Romania's only three decades out from Soviet-era communism. Changing government and economic systems (like from a Soviet command economy to a Western market economy) will typically entail a decline in complexity as you throw away the old and start building the new... then start to gradually climb up to greater complexity with time.
So long as it the society stays simpler, you'd expect mating to stay simpler/more straightforward.
I guess the good news is it seems like there are always some parts of the world things are easier. Though what those parts of the world are change over time...