These Bridgerton-inspired wedding venues will have you in awe

The most Instagrammable filming locations for Bridgerton season three revealed - and how to book them for your wedding day.

Updated on 05 June 2024 • Written By Naomi Grant

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These Bridgerton-inspired wedding venues will have you in awe

As the third season of Bridgerton continues to unfold, fans have once again felt inspired by the sets, styling and creative direction of the show, with couples more eager than ever to incorporate a pinch of Bridgerton flair into their wedding day.

The success of the drama has spawned a flurry of interest for Bridgerton-inspired wedding venues, from Georgian villas to wisteria-covered Palladian mansions.


A new study conducted by QR Code Generator revealed the most tagged filming locations in the recent series of Bridgerton. The top three filming locations included Blenheim Palace, Hampton Court Palace and Chiswick House.

Marc Porcar, CEO of QR Code Generator, commented: ‘Bridgerton showcases some of the country’s most beautiful historic buildings, which are clearly popular among tourists, those local to the spot, and fans of the show.'

The findings show Blenheim Palace ranked first place with a total of 201,951 posts featuring the hashtag #blenheimcastle, closely followed by Hampton Court Palace in Richmond, which ranked second place with 181,786 posts featuring #hamptoncourtpalace. In third place was Chiswick House based in West London, with 45,633 posts using the hashtag #chiswickhouse.

Alongside a renewed interest in the Regency era, Bridgerton enthusiasts are also eager to find out whether they can hire out these film sets ahead of their big day. Fortunately, they're in luck! We’ve compiled a shortlist of the most magnificent stately homes in the UK which have been featured in Bridgerton, giving you the chance to live out your very own Bridgerton moment on your big day.

From a charming country house hotel in Bedfordshire to a historic royal palace, these Bridgerton-style wedding venues will add elaborate grandeur to your nuptials. Let's take a look!

Hampton Court Palace, London

Hampton Court Palace

What: Situated amidst acres of charming land and gardens, this historic Tudor Palace is an extra special place to host your big day. Used as one of the filming locations throughout Bridgerton, this grade I-listed palace boasts breathtaking architecture and was described by Tony Hood, locations manager for Bridgerton, as ‘very square, very neat, very Regency’.  For all-out splendour, book the Great Hall for up to 220 guests.
Where: East Molesey, KT8 9AU
Find out more: Hampton Court Palace

Chiswick House, London

Chiswick House

What: Situated in West London, Chiswick House is a spectacular location home to an array of awe-worthy settings. Fully licenced for civil ceremonies, Chiswick House would make a lavish venue for couples who like the idea of tying the knot in an 18th century villa. Accommodating up to 200 guests, Chiswick House features Italian gardens, a grand semi-permanent marquee and an ornately decorated gallery with reasonable hire fees which start from just £3,000. Keep your eyes peeled, as the house and gardens feature in church and carriage shots in the new season of Bridgerton.
Where: London, W4 2RP
Find out more: Chiswick House

Painshill Park, Surrey

Painshill Park

What: Nestled in the Surrey countryside, surrounded by 158 acres of landscaped gardens, Painshill Park is an incredibly romantic venue with panoramic views of the area. Key attributes include a unique Gothic Temple, a traditional walled garden and the opportunity to fully customise your wedding menu to your budget and style. This location can be spotted serving as a backdrop for a Featherington family picnic in season one, and reappears in the new season when new character Lord Hawkins attempts to prove that flight is possible with hot air balloons.
Where: Cobham, KT11 1JE
Find out more: Painshill Park

Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa, Bedfordshire

Luton Hoo Hotel

What: A divine location which has a connection to some of history's most eminent figures such as Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, who are both said to have repeatedly returned to this opulent country estate during the early days of their marriage to celebrate their wedding anniversary. Luton Hoo Hotel is truly a location fit for royalty. Luton Hoo appears throughout season three, flaunting the exterior of the printing press and Bridgerton family garden.
Where: Nr Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3TQ
Find out more: Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa

Can’t get enough luxury? Check out our guide to the most charming venues in Oxfordshire for more inspiration.

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