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Visit Elizabeth’s for an outstanding selection of bridal gowns that are simply sensational! Their family operated boutique offers gowns for the bride and her attendants as well as ensembles for the mothers’ of the bride and groom.
Complete the look with jewellery, headpieces & custom made veils, all for your special day
Selected Gowns on final clearance – $99 to $399
Choose from a great selection of gowns from these designers:
Bridal Fashions for the Bride
2 Be Bridal
Fashions for the Bridesmaid
Fashions for the Mother of the Bride and Groom
Jade by Jasmine
Sophia Tolli Special Occasions
Occasions by Mon Cheri
Plus size fashions from Fashion to Fit
Elizabeth’s Fashion and Bridal Boutique has proudly been serving the residents of Georgetown and surrounding communities since 1982.
Elizabeth’s Fashions received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Georgetown Hospital Volunteer Association, in 2008, for their many years of support for the fundraising events of the Association’s Capital Equipment Fund… Congratulations!
A family business, owned and operated by Elizabeth and her daughters Cheryl and Heather, is best known for its warm atmosphere and friendly, helpful service.
From it’s beginning, a small boutique specializing in Ladies Fashions, Elizabeth’s has grown to offer an outstanding selection of day and evening wear, outerwear, hosiery and accessories along with a full service bridal services.
Boutique Clothing Lines
FRANK LYMAN, SPANNER
FDJ – French Dressing Jeanswear
JEANNE PIERRE Sportswear
With new lines added each and every season!
Karat Club Jewellery
Spanx Fitwear and Body Shapers
Moments in History
This part of the Clark’s Hotel was constructed in 1870 as an addition to the existing hotel at the corner of Main and Mill Sts. The new building was constructed by a Mr. Tost of Stewarttown as a cost of $5000. This new portion was opened by a ball in early December of 1870. One of the stores in the main story of the building housed the Georgetown Post Office from Jan. of 1864 to the fall of 1865. Stores located in the building over the years include J.A. Wilson Jewellery & R. Nixon’s Pharmacy.