Even if you’ve never seen an episode of “Bridgerton,” you’re probably familiar with the beautiful setting of the series. With all of the luxe details and delicate touches, the show has quickly become the ultimate wedding inspiration for couples. If you adore the romantic elements of “Bridgerton,” consider incorporating them into your big day and choosing a NYC wedding venue to match.
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Photo from The St. Regis New York's listing
Crystal chandeliers, a beautifully painted ceiling, and ornate detailing are just the start of the “Bridgerton” vibes that can be found at The St. Regis New York. Add in gold Chiavari chairs, luxe tablecloths, and pastel uplighting, and you and your guests will be transported directly to London. This indoor NYC wedding venue seats up to 220 guests and is located in Manhattan near the picturesque Central Park. As the event space is located within the hotel, reserving room blocks and accommodating your guests overnight will be easier.
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An entry staircase allows for a splashing grand entrance as you enter your wedding reception in true “Bridgerton” style. The Renaissance Event Hall is filled with spectacular details, yet provides ample opportunity to personalize for your big day. This reception space is located in Queens and can hold up to 250 seated guests. Get ready to dance the night away with your SO on a dance floor made from 100-year-old reclaimed wood.
Photo from Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum's listing
For a more intimate “Bridgerton”-style wedding, head to the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, which can seat up to 50 guests. Get married against the backdrop of a mid-19th-century home filled with stately windows that overlook the gorgeous property. Take in the beauty of the Greek Revival interior of this mansion that is located on 9.9 acres in Pelham Bay Park, Bronx. After the ceremony, open the French doors into the garden to further the feeling that you’re actually celebrating your marriage in England.
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As one of New York City’s most unique wedding venues, Celebrate at Snug Harbor has two venue spaces that are ideal for fans of “Bridgerton.” You can use either space for your wedding or reception of up to 300 guests at this 83 acre property located in Staten Island. Choose The Upper Great Hall with its long windows and dark wood to host an indoor event, or opt for The Tented Pavilion, which is adjacent to the Chinese Scholar Garden.
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Located in the Bronx, Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center offers views of the Hudson River and the New Jersey Palisades. Multiple event spaces allow you to recreate one of your favorite setups from the show. The Mark Twain Room is available for intimate events of up to 50 seated guests, but other locations can hold up to 250. Because this home is open for touring, they currently only allow evening events; therefore, start planning an event centered around sunset and luxe uplighting.
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As the name indicates, Purslane at the Prospect Park Boathouse is another waterside wedding venue in NYC. Up to 150 seated guests can head to Brooklyn for a “Bridgerton”-inspired experience as they celebrate you and your partner. The building, which is a National Historic Landmark, was constructed in 1905, making it a breathtaking backdrop for your ceremony or photos. The river is also an idyllic area on this multi-purpose property, and would serve as the perfect formal exit picture location.
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There is perhaps no more dramatic venue than a place where drama is supposed to happen—a movie and live performance palace. Kings Theatre in Brooklyn can hold up to 250 seated guests in its spectacular, renovated room. You can literally take center stage as you say your vows, giving your guests the best view as they watch from plush seats. The decor is astonishing and ornate from floor to ceiling, which plays well into a London-inspired event.
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Right across the water from Manhattan lies Jersey City, where The Barrow Mansion resides in the historic downtown area. As your guests arrive on your wedding day, their first impression of the venue will be of a beautiful house with large columns. The interior of this nationally recognized historic place consists of three event spaces holding up to 120 seated guests. A little-known secret is that this venue has the nation’s oldest bowling alley, which you can rent for an additional fee.
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Although traditional ballrooms are lovely, The Prince George Ballroom is anything but conventional. Instead, the large room can take on any shape for your special day, with an ornate ceiling and detailed columns. So, whether you envision a lavish ceremony or a classic reception space, this NYC venue can fulfill your “Bridgerton” dreams. The ballroom holds up to 300 seated guests, but a smaller space is available that holds up to 55 guests.
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Make your large event dreams come true at Dyker Beach Golf Course located in Brooklyn. The indoor ballroom—ideal for a ceremony or reception—can hold up to 600 attendees. However, there are also two impressive outdoor spaces for your NYC wedding. You may choose to get married in the gazebo, where your guests can sit on the lawn and watch you say, “I do;” or, another option is to utilize the outdoor pavilion, which can hold up to 100 seated guests.
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Andrew Carnegie’s former mansion has been turned into a gorgeous venue that the Bridgerton family would be envious of. Although the property’s highlights are the terrace, gardens, and great hall, smaller rooms are available to host other events. Additionally, a daytime event is about half the rental cost of an evening affair. The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum located in Manhattan is a wonderful venue if you anticipate having up to 500 attendees.
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You’re right if you remember “Love Shack” as a catchy late-‘80s song, and you may even want to play it at your reception. However, The Love Shack - A Little Palace in Brooklyn is entirely different. It’s the perfect venue for a smaller event, ideal when planning a luxe micro wedding or a rehearsal dinner. This NYC venue can hold up to 22 seated or 50 standing guests. The wall of mirrors, grand chandelier, and checkered floor all add to the quirky, upscale vibe.
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Across the river in New Jersey awaits a gorgeous landmark to host your big day. Nanina’s In The Park has served as a backdrop for weddings for over six decades, and it’s no wonder why. The grounds are well-manicured, and the villa-inspired building is detailed and includes columns and archways. Host your event in the Tuscan-style ballroom that holds up to 400 guests. The room also has the perfect spot for your sweetheart table so that your guests can toast you in style.
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Another New Jersey wedding venue, The Crystal Plaza, is eye-catching by day, yet it truly shines at night. The Grand Ballroom has multiple stately chandeliers that anchor the space as their soft light glows. The grounds also contain many areas to make your “Bridgerton” wedding come alive. Even if you don’t hold your wedding outside, be sure to get photos in the lush gardens or near the gazebo, as both make lovely backdrops for your first images as newlyweds.
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Located at Crystal Springs Resort in New Jersey, Black Bear Golf Club has a gorgeous view of the greens. This “Bridgerton”-like venue also has various spaces to hold your ceremony and reception for up to 185 guests. For an outdoor wedding, the gazebo is the ideal spot, as this property is surrounded by nature at its finest. In addition, the indoor ballroom features a wall of windows so that your guests can overlook The Hamburg Mountains during your reception.
Whether or not you’re a fan of the hit television series, the styling of “Bridgerton” is the perfect template for planning the vision of your big day. You can have your dream wedding while also mimicking the style with impeccable detailing and soft touches. But, of course, Zola also has many ideas for the couple who wants to plan a wedding of any theme. Learn how to select vendors, budget for your wedding, and have the perfect hairstyle by consulting Zola’s expert advice section.