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Could you lend your wedding outfit for 1 day to a bride or groom who has lost out due to the sudden administration of their wedding supplier?

We need your help!

Dozens of brides and grooms who are due to get married have been left devastated to learn about the sudden closure and administration of bridal boutique, Dan Kerr Brides.

According to the Lancashire Post, a number of wedding ceremonies may be cancelled after a representative from Dan Kerr Brides said it has “no alternative but to close”.

For brides and grooms who paid by credit card, there maybe some recourse to obtaining their money back from their credit card company. However, for a number of brides and grooms who have paid using cash or cheque, there is a possibility that they may neither get their bridal dress/wedding suit nor their money back.

With some couples potentially losing out on between £200 and £5000, we are looking to assist those who cannot afford to purchase a new outfit.

Could you lend your spare bridal dress for one day?

If you are already married, you may have a spare bridal dress/wedding suit that is not currently being used. If so, we are appealing to anyone who maybe willing to lend their dress or suit for a day to a bride or groom who has lost out on getting their outfit from Dan Kerr Brides and is unable to obtain a refund.

How does it work?

If you think you can lend a wedding dress/suit for one day, please email Pranav@theweddinglawyer.co.uk stating your:

  1. Name
  2. Where you are based
  3. For Brides – Size of your wedding dress
  4. For Brides – Style of wedding dress – Either by sending an image or similar image of the style of your dress.
  5. For Groom – Size of trousers, blazers and shirt.
  6. For Grooms – Style of suit – Either by sending an image or similar image of the style of your suit.
  7. Contact number (optional)

We will then look to pair you up with a bride or groom who has lost out on getting a wedding outfit. The bride/groom and lender will then communicate with each other to organise the logistics of borrowing the wedding dress.

Are you are bride/groom who has lost out?

If you have been adversely affected by the closure of Dan Kerr and would be interested in borrowing a dress or suit, contact Pranav@theweddinglawyer.co.uk stating your:

  1. Name
  2. Date of wedding
  3. Where you are based
  4. For Brides – Preferred size of bridal dresses
  5. For Brides – Preferred style of wedding dress
  6. For Grooms – Preferred size of trousers, blazers and shirt.
  7. For Grooms – Preferred style of suit
  8. Contact number (optional)

We will then look to connecting you with someone who maybe willing to lend you his or her outfit for your big day.

The Wedding Lawyer

We appreciate weddings can be expensive and stressful. Therefore, we are committed to ensuring every bride and groom has a wedding day to remember. Therefore, if you can assist us, please do. For any more information about The Wedding Lawyer, contact info@theweddinglawyer.co.uk