Girls with curves, listen up! LilyRose Bridal in Warwickshire specialise in gorgeous plus-size gowns and have just added a fabulous new collection to their boutique…


If you’re a plus-size bride still searching for the one, then pay a visit to LilyRose Bridal Boutique in Kenilworth, who have just announced that they are to be stockists of True Bride bridal gowns.

Catering for plus-size brides, owner Nicky couldn’t wait to open a boutique that gave a personalised, dedicated service. “A lot of plus-size girls would buy from the internet, which makes me sad they didn’t get the experience they deserve,” she says. “So this year I had enough – LilyRose is my dream come true, it is a beautiful boutique and I couldn’t be prouder.”

The plus-size dresses at the boutique range from size 16 to UK32. They also stock the latest collections from Veromia, award-winners Sonsie and D’Zage bridesmaids, veils from Richard Designs and Rainbow Club shoes.


LilyRose is set in the beautiful town of Kenilworth in Warwickshire, close to Coventry, Warwick, Leamington Spa and only 25 minutes from Birmingham. And they don’t just stop at the dress. LilyRose also boast a fabulous range of jackets, veils, tiaras and shoes that will finish your big-day look to perfection.

To see the full range of styles available visit the website or call the team on 01926 858850 to book your new-year appointment today!


  1. A little embarrassing to start with but I was lucky I found a great shop Proposals Bridalwear with lovely staff and the day I went in was actually a designer day for romanticas new plus size range silhouette so I had lots of fuller figure flattering styles to choose from 🙂

  2. My wedding dress was size 16. I was lucky Chloe James Bridal Couture had a brilliant range of samples in various sizes. Other places only had 10s and 12s. I couldn’t even try them on! So upsetting at a time when you’re supposed to feel special. X

  3. Bridal shops are geared towards the slimmer brides. If you don’t want a strapless ball gown your a bit stuck too! There is very little choice for ‘plus size’ brides (hate that term!). I’ve not enjoyed it and found it a massive uphill battle to find a dress with straps or sleeves or for people to listen to what I want.

  4. I had an amazing time i only went to one shop – the big day at castleford. I could try on any dress in the shop all plus size the ladies were lovely and they even had beautiful plus size lingerie as well. Having heard of friends having a really horrible experience at other shops i am so glad i went here. I had Summer by Nichola-anne it was so comfortable.

  5. I went to Daisy Love in Datchet by Windsor and I had the most amazing experience! In fact so much so that was the only shop I visited and I found my dream dress! My wedding dress was a size 20 but it may as well of been a size 12 as they still treated me the same 🙂 x

  6. My first experience was horrendous. They put me into size 12 dresses and laced them till I could hardly breathe and would t let me try on the one dress I wanted to try on! I left with bruises all down my sides. My second experience was the complete opposite, couldn’t have been more at ease and made to feel special. Nothing was too much and I ended up with the dress I wanted. The staff could not have been nicer and kinder.

  7. Originally I said I wouldn’t try dresses on until I had lost weight but then my friends convinced me to try on a dress at the National Wedding Show in Birmingham and then I had the bug.

    Most shops were great, stocked dresses in a good range of sizes and really made me feel beautiful in them but I did have one bad experience where the assistant told me she might not have much I could try on since most of her sample dresses were size 10 or 12. This shop was far more focused on designer labels than anything else whilst I couldn’t care less if my dress was made by Primark or bought at the pound shop as long as it was THE dress.

    I eventually bought a gorgeous Benjamin Roberts Gorgeous with curves gown and absolutely loved wearing it on my wedding day. It’s been dry cleaned and boxed now but I’d love a chance to put it on again

  8. I feel there isn’t a lot of choice and a lot of dresses look very similar I love in London a literally traveled around the England and I do mean England to try and view different dresses I then turned to online and found a designer not stocked in plus size shops but available up to 32 bizarre I then emailed every stockist in England looking for my size in a sample finally got some joy in a store outside London (there’s only 1 plus size store in London shocking) i love my dress but one shop in every town/city specialists is very poor I found that other stores didn’t really know how to dress a curvy woman and only want you to try on what they have in your size rather than what you want. I think there is a lot of room for improvement considering ther average woman is a size 16 and wedding dresses on average come up 1-2 sizes smaller!


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