Get married at these 5 Bridgerton Film Sets
The next series of Bridgerton is upon us, and with that, we unveil its regal filming venues so that you can be the next diamond of the season!
The smash hit Bridgerton series tells a tale of a bygone era, where lavish balls, marriage woes, court etiquette and visual splendour all combine in one gripping period drama. With the story of Queen Charlotte being the focus for season three, we are reflecting on all the stunning wedding venues used to film each of the three-part series, so that you can tie the knot in Regency style too.
Set on the boundary of Greenwich Park and Blackheath, this Georgian Palladian-style villa protected by English heritage is a visual delight. The mansion forms the exterior of the Bridgerton family home, with its beautiful symmetrical facade and elegant stone steps that lead up to a postcard-worthy front door. Over 700 works of Renaissance art are currently displayed inside, collected by the 19th-century businessman, Sir Julius Wernher. But while the property contains one of the greatest surviving private art collections ever assembled in Europe, it is also possible to hire out The Long Gallery for private events. Furnished with period bay windows, terracotta walls and antique furnishings, this idyllic wedding ceremony space can host up to 80 guests.
Close to Kew Gardens and Richmond Park, Syon House is a breathtaking wedding venue on the outskirts of central London, that has been owned by The Dukes of Northumberland for over 400 years, making it one of the last great houses of London. In the Bridgerton series, the light-filled conservatory stars as the extravagant setting for Lady Danbury’s ball of the season in series two. The neo-classical style of the house and its magnificent event spaces could be the perfect setting for your special day, with the Great Hall, the State Dining Room and The Great Conservatory offering an effortlessly romantic aesthetic for wedding celebrations. The Bridgerton dream doesn't end there, as you can glide through the grounds for endless photo opportunities among its 40 acres of gardens, designed by the world-renowned English landscaper Capability Brown himself.
Pretty parkland is featured in every other scene throughout the Bridgerton series as the characters promenade, picnic and gossip about Lady Whistledown's latest letters in the gardens of their grand estates. Painshill Park in Surrey is one such backdrop to many of the outdoor scenes, which you can also pick for your very own regal occasion. This 18th Century garden is as romantic as it gets, with stunning views, lush lawns and even a Gothic Temple where you can exchange your vows in front of 75 guests. Following the ceremony, the Ampitheatre Lawn can be exclusively yours for photos and drinks, and from 2024 the historic Walled Garden can be hired exclusively, with its plethora of flower beds and a blank canvas appeal to create the wedding reception of your dreams.
The Holburne Museum
This elegant Grade I listed building stars as Lady Danbury’s home in the Bridgerton series, but when it’s not in the Netflix spotlight, it is home The Holburne Museum on the handsome Great Pulteney Street in Bath. Surrounded by the manicured lawns of Sydney Gardens, the museum’s exquisite celebration of art and history is a vision of gilded elegance. The venue is licensed for up to 100 guests and you can take your pick from the backdrop of magnificent portraits and paintings in the intimate Davison gallery or make your everlasting promise in the larger Brownsword gallery, before your newlywed photo on the balcony and more evening fun at your evening reception with a DJ booth and open bar at their Garden Café and terrace.
Hampton Court Palace
As Henry VIII’s former residence, this larger than life wedding venue in Surrey is certainly fit for a king! In the Bridgerton series, this majestic backdrop plays the role of Queen Charlotte’s St James’s Palace with scenes shot at the Great Staircase and the Privy Garden, revealing views of the palatial exterior. You too can swan around the grand halls and 60 acres of gardens on your wedding day, with private hire available for both intimate and grand affairs. Historic venues are dotted across the estate, including The Great Hall, one of the most impressive medieval banqueting halls in the country; the Little Banqueting House with divine views of the Thames; and the graceful glass Orangery that leads onto the impeccably landscaped Privy Garden with al fresco photo opportunities at every turn.
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