Over 130 Irish brides and bridesmaids owed thousands after wedding shop closes down

Over 130 Irish brides and bridesmaids owed thousands after wedding shop closes down

Eager brides have now been held without dresses with only months to obtain until their times which are big

More than 130 brides which are irish bridesmaids are owed thousands after a wedding shop closed down without any warning with regards to consumers.

Wedding World in Fairview, Dublin shut its doorways on Friday, March 16 with many eager brides left without dresses in only months to have until their times which can be big.

The sole British based dress provider to your store, Dessy received a call last Thursday through the store co-owner Celina Howard that is also the authorized owner of Galway based business, Mastglen. She presumably told the dress provider that Wedding World was indeed beginning liquidation.

Prior to this, Dessy state no indicator had been had by them that the store was intending to shut.

It’s understood Wedding World owe thousands to Dessy too since they have really would not make complete re re re re payments towards the company from the 12 months this is certainly final predicated on Director of European Operations when it comes to company, Michele O’Neill.

Ms O’Neil explained: “There are 130 girls that people understand of this have actually compensated Wedding World deposits in relation to their dresses, quantity of which we’ve received deposits for and many of which we will haven’t.

“We wish to guarantee they usually have the dresses, particularly the brides marrying in may and June. April”

The scandal discovered light following a series of phone calls to RTE’s Joe Duffy yesterday (from distraught clients.

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