Wedding demand in China rose rapidly in May.
In China, most weddings were postponed last year due to the epidemic.
Both postponed weddings and those who want to get married have set a date for the Labor Day holiday.
According to official figures, more than 400,000 weddings were held in the country in five days.
A 200 PERCENT INCREASE
The number of weddings increased by 200 percent compared to 2019.
With the sudden increase in wedding demands, wedding halls and organization companies had difficulty in keeping up with the demand.
Demands for professional personnel such as photographers, videographers and hairdressers also rose suddenly.
Some companies have chosen to employ new personnel with high salaries to fill the personnel shortage.
The biggest change seen in weddings this year compared to previous years is that the scale of weddings has drastically reduced.
According to the information given by the founder of a wedding organization company, the number of tables prepared to welcome guests at weddings this year has dropped to 12 on average. This number was between 20 and 30 in the past years.
Despite this, average spending on weddings rose by 15 to 20 percent.