Popular Manchester Bridal Shop Shuts Down Without Warning

Popular Manchester Bridal Shop Shuts Down Without Warning

"Alfred Angelo is the first line I picked up and the very first dress I ever bought and I have a store full of them", she said.

OH bride-to-be Amber McGraw said she didn't know how to describe the "sick feeling" she had paying "for a wedding dress I won't get".

David's Bridal, the leading bridal and special occasion retailer in the United States, will offer discounts and alterations support for brides and bridesmaids impacted by the closures of Alfred Angelo retail stores.

According to numerous reports the company is filing for bankruptcy and is closing all of its doors nationwide.

Making a scene wasn't an option, said Koons, because the employees at the store were there at "out of the goodness of their hearts".

"I actually didn't get a call", said Nancy Lofton, bride.

Although the store didn't have Lofton's dress, they were able to give her a sample dress. The bridal shop told Jones to email her order information, but she received no assurance that her order would come.

Kailin Anderson said she picked out her dress three weeks ago, paid $2,000, but is now left without her dress.

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"We thought it was a hoax on the Internet", she said.

Employees were seen packing dresses into the night to try to honor all orders in San Antonio, News4SA reports.Staff there said they would stay all night to ship dresses to brides who had already ordered.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the company is planning to file for bankruptcy protection, which has led to the closures.

"I hope the people that did this realize what they're doing", said Donna Barach, a mother of a bride. "Hence, why I'm talking to you and not her".

Angry brides and bridesmaids turned to Facebook and Twitter to vent their frustrations with the news.

Thursday, brides across the country were panicked and employees were stunned when stores suddenly started closing down. "@theknot @WeddingWire @brides THIS IS SO MESSED UP", one woman wrote.

Lawrence told CNNMoney that she visited Alfred Angelo's Manchester, Connecticut location in April and put down $950 for her dream wedding dress.