A Valley News Publication

As if planning a wedding wasn’t stressful enough.

Bridal gown supplier Alfred Angelo abruptly closed stores across the U.S. late Thursday, sending brides-to-be into a panic as they were left with no guarantees their placed orders would be filled or that they’d get their dresses in time for their big days, according to Forbes.

Ohio 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.” She added: “I’m getting married in 64 days and now have to look for a new dress and hope I find the money to pay for it #robbed.

The company so far has stayed mum on the matter. Stay tuned.