BusinessBusiness RecoveryRSM Tenon pledges to fulfil 1,000 Confetti orders

RSM Tenon pledges to fulfil 1,000 Confetti orders

Administrators hope not to leave brides in the lurch despite closure of online wedding business

Administrators for RSM Tenon have pledged to fulfil outstanding orders for
more than 1,000 future brides following the closure of wedding portal Confetti.

The website has ceased trading and its five retail outlets have closed after
it was placed in administration late last week, a day after being purchased by
the Hut Group. The group had no interest in the Confetti brand but was keen to
acquire sister business Iwantoneofthose.com, according to the
Daily
Telegraph
.

RSM Tenon said it is “aiming to cover all outstanding orders” which have an
average value of £45. It added that it was still examining the company’s
liabilities and was urgently seeking a buy for the online business.

Further reading:

Confetti enters administration: RSM Tenon called in

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