Brides rush to buy half price wedding bargains in Paperchase with prices from £3 | The Sun

BRIDES are rushing to buy bargains from Paperchase as the retailer stepped up its "everything must go" sale.

The stationery retailer collapsed into administration last month after it failed to find a buyer, with all store set to close for good.

Stores have now launched a huge sale of all stock with everything half price.

And brides are taking full advantage to pick up hen do and wedding essentials.

One said: "Brides-to-be, if you haven’t shopped the Paperchase closing down sale – go now.

"Everything 50% off labelled price."

Another added: "A brides dream in the Paperchase sale right now."

A third wrote: "In love with this affordable wedding planner from Paperchase in the sale for £12!"

Meanwhile a fourth – who picked up a 'bride' hair clip and Mr & Mrs balloons – said: "Paperchase is closing down and it’s like 40-50% off.

"You need to go in there guys. There’s bride stuff, hen dos, you need to go in."

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In Glasgow's west end store, wedding planners were slashed from £20 to £10, while wedding invitations were reduced to £12 and place cards were just £3.50.

Hen do and wedding ballons were priced from just £4, a donut stand was on offer for £10 and Mr and Mrs bunting was on sale for £3.

But Papechase won't be disappearing completely.

Supermarket giant Tesco quickly stepped up to buy rights to the brand, as they plan to sell Paperchase items in stores.

We previously revealed that administrators were planning to liquidate the business, closing all of the 106 stores and putting 1,000 jobs at risk.

When a business is liquidated, they will look to sell stock for as much as possible to pay back creditors.

Stores may disappear off the high street within weeks but the process could take up to two months.

Shoppers with gift cards are being urged to redeem them as soon as possible as they won't be accepted after two weeks.

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The company opened its first store in 1968 in Kensington, London.

In 2010, it launched its website and its first standalone store in Ireland in Dundrum, Dublin, in 2020.

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