Eager brides have now been kept without dresses with only months to get until their days that are big
A lot more than 130 Irish brides and bridesmaids are owed thousands after a marriage shop closed down with no warning for their clients.
Wedding World in Fairview, Dublin shut its doorways on Friday, March 16 with several eager brides left without dresses with only months to get until their big times.
The sole UK based dress provider to your shop, Dessy received a call last Thursday from the shop co-owner Celina Howard that is additionally the subscribed owner of Galway based business, Mastglen. She presumably told the gown provider that Wedding World had been entering liquidation.
Just before this, Dessy state no indication was had by them that the shop had been planning to close.
It’s understood Wedding World owe thousands to Dessy too because they have actually didn't make complete payments towards the business on the this past year, based on Director of European Operations when it comes to business, Michele O’Neill.
Ms O’Neil explained: “There are 130 girls we haven’t that we know of who have paid Wedding World deposits for their dresses, some of which we’ve received deposits for and some of which.