Workers weddings are even plainer this year, said Tran Cam Hong, owner of Dai Nam restaurant in Binh Tan District, which has hosted around 70 parties a month this wedding season.
A survey conducted among HCMC industrial parks Homecoming Dresses that only 30 percent of worker couples who were in love dared to marry, and among those married, only 13 percent were thinking about having children.
Le Thi Bich Thuy, owner of Lien Thuy restaurant in the district, said there Short Prom Dresses been fewer workers weddings at the restaurant compared to the same time last year. Thuy said more than half the wedding parties had only five tables of guests or fewer.
Thuy said some couples had paid a deposit but had to postpone their weddings because they had been laid off.
Their meager incomes not only caused prospective brides and grooms to think hard about getting married but also meant their guests were unwilling to come and greet them.
Many couples are most worried about no-shows, when fewer guests show up than expected.
As a result, some wedding parties last until midnight Discount Corset Prom Dresses the brides and grooms start their parties later than the due time, hoping for more guests to come.
Tan Vinh Loc restaurant s manager Phuong said the restaurant had to accept orders of four to five tables with no fixed ending time; otherwise, workers don t dare to book.
It s all due to difficulties the workers cannot avoid and we understand, she said.
Hong of Dai Nam restaurant said last week that worker Luong Thi Lan and her husband waited until 8 p.m. but the guests only filled six of the nine tables they had booked.
Worker Dao Van Khoa of Dewberry Company in Binh Discount High Low Prom Dresses Province and his wife said that around 20 guests didn t come to their wedding earlier this month.
And they still owe VND2 million ($118) for the party.
Nguyen Hai Hao and Duong Thi Thang, celebrating their marriage at Tan Vinh Loc restaurant last week, are among the few lucky couples as the greeting money just met the cost.
We wouldn t know what to do if that hadn t happened, they said.
The release from house arrest of Dr Khin Sandar Win, the much favored daughter of late former dictator Gen Ne Win, has been greeted with little or no fuss in Burma.
There had been speculation for months that Sandar Win, 56, would be freed after military officers had been spotted visiting her at her Inya Lake home.
Some sources reported that neighbors saw her waving to passing vehicles and passers-by from inside her compound after news of her release was announced on Friday.
However, nothing appeared in the state media and few commentators seemed interested in her status, an indication of how far down the pecking order the Ne Win clan has fallen since the despot s death.
Once one of the most recognizable faces in the Discount One Shoulder Prom Dresses and seen by many as a Lady Macbeth figure at her father s side, Sandar had in recent years faded into the background of Burma s collective memorya lonesome figure regularly spotted
walking her dog in the unkempt garden of her lakeside villa.
Her swimming pool, which used to be the scene of some of Rangoon s highest profile parties hasn t been cleaned in years.
Having spent the past six years with only her cook for company, Sandar Win s priority will undoubtedly to see her husband, Aye Zaw Win, and their three sons, all of whom were implicated in the high treason charges in 2002 and sentenced