OUR WEDDING DRESS DESIGNERS
At Lily Jacobs we have a stunning selection of wedding gowns, from some of your favourite designers including Madi Lane, Allure Romance, White Rose, Sophia Tolli, Mark Lesley, Romantica of Devon and a range of beautiful gown for our curvy brides. Our wedding dresses range from £800 to £2500 and our sample dresses start from £299. Book your free VIP Bridal Experience!
FIT TO PERFECTION
What makes Lily Jacobs Bridal Boutique a little different? We have an amazing team of experienced in-house seamstresses that ensure you’re walking down the aisle in a wedding dress that fits to perfection!
Meet the Team..
Abi Currer has 12 years of experience in dress making. She’s worked for the prestigious ballroom dance company Chrisanne Clover and has made dresses for popular TV shows such as Strictly Come Dancing and Dancing on Ice.
Becky Andrews is a popular bridal seamstress and has worked with brides for over 8 years. Becky has passion for ensuring our brides look and feel perfect on their special day.
We are Lily Jacobs a luxurious bridal boutique located in the historic town of East Grinstead, West Sussex. We welcome brides to be from across Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Our exclusive boutique prides itself in having a fun, welcoming and personal approach to helping brides find the perfect wedding dress.
We have a wide selection of wedding dresses to suit whatever bride you want to be. Whether you’re looking to be a bridal trend setter or always dreamt of channelling your inner princess, we want to be the boutique to help you on your bridal journey. We also stock a beautiful selection of veils and accessories to help bring your vision to life!
We believe every bride is unique so we want to tailor this exciting event around you, starting with your very own VIP experience offering complimentary drinks and nibbles for you and your entourage. Book your free VIP Bridal Experience!
LOVE FROM OUR BRIDES
I came here for my first wedding dress shopping trip and it was such a wonderful experience! Both ladies in the shop were so supportive, enthusiastic and informative! The dresses were beautiful and they had a good selection! I would highly recommend!
Highly recommend Lily Jacobs Bridal, I had a wonderful experience with Tanya looking after me. You can tell she truly cares about her brides and wants to find them the perfect dress.
I was quite nervous about the dress shopping process, but Tanya made me feel at ease and her shop is the nicest one I visited.
I bought my dress from Lily Jacobs and am extremely happy with the whole experience.
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Interesting Facts About Worthing
Worthing is a seaside resort town in West Sussex, England, at the foot of the South Downs, 11.4 miles (18 km) west of Brighton, and 18 miles (29 km) east of Chichester. With a population of 113,094 and an area of 12.5 square miles (32.4 km2), the borough is the second largest component of the Brighton and Hove built-up area, the 15th most populous urban area in the United Kingdom. Since 2010, northern parts of the borough, including the Worthing Downland Estate, have formed part of the South Downs National Park. In 2019, the Art Deco Worthing Pier was dubbed the best in Britain.
History of Worthing
From around 4000 BC, the South Downs above Worthing was Britain’s earliest and largest flint-mining area, with four of the UK’s 14 known flint mines lying within 7 miles (11 km) of the centre of Worthing. An excavation at Little High Street dates the earliest remains from Worthing town centre to the Bronze Age. There is also an important Bronze Age hill fort on the western fringes of the modern borough at Highdown Hill.
During the Iron Age, one of Britain’s largest hill forts was built at Cissbury Ring. The area was part of the civitas of the Regni during the Romano-British period. Several of the borough’s roads date from this era and lie in a grid layout known as ‘centuriation’. A Romano-British farmstead once stood in the centre of the town, at a site close to Worthing Town Hall. In the 5th and 6th centuries, the area became part of the kingdom of Sussex. The place names of the area, including the name Worthing itself, date from this period.
The earliest known appearance of the name is Wyrtingas circa AD 960. It was listed as Ordinges or Wordinges in the Domesday Book and subsequently known as Wuroininege, Wurdingg, Wording or Wurthing, Worthinges, Wyrthyng, Worthen and Weorðingas. The modern name was first documented in AD 1297.
The root itself is uncertain. Wyrt is the Old English word for “plant,” “vegetable,” “herb” or “spice,” though there is no obvious nexus with the name of the town. Moreover, the “y” was a front-loaded vowel that was indistinguishable from “i” by the end of the Anglo-Saxon period and the spelling never evolved in that direction. The more obvious Middle English worth is not likely as well, as there was a dramatic Norman language influence on the spelling at the time of the Domesday Book. A more probable root is the word for an Anglo-Saxon goddess – Wyrd – with a shift of the alveolar consonant d to t as evidenced by the eleventh century evolution of the word.