Retailer wedding supplies company, The Irish Lights, will open in Dublin this week, after opening its doors in Ireland.
The company has been looking for a location since 2015, when it had to relocate due to a lack of customers.
Dublin’s wedding supply chain was hit hard by the Brexit vote, with its biggest retailer leaving the market in the wake of the referendum.
Wedding supply shop, The Dublin Lights, has been on a search for a new location for a while now.
Photo: The Irish Light source The Dublin Light, a Dublin-based company, opened its doors on November 6, 2017 in the Irish capital.
Its first Irish shop will open on Wednesday, with a further 10 stores planned for the region.
With over 80 per cent of the world’s weddings taking place in Ireland, the arrival of The Dublin Lamp in Dublin could have a significant impact on the number of weddings taking to the streets this year.
“This is a fantastic opportunity to expand our range and provide customers with a fresh range of wedding supplies for the holidays,” The Dublin Lion, one of The Irish Lamps largest retailers, said in a statement.
On Wednesday, The Belfast Lion, another Dublin Lion brand, also opened its first Irish store, while The Dublin Lace, a Belfast Lion company, will also open a shop in Dublin on Friday.
In addition, Dublin Locks own catering company will be offering wedding services to guests in Dublin for the holiday season.
However, The London Lace said it will not be selling wedding supplies to customers in Dublin.