Bridgerton Wedding Inspiration at Chiddingstone Castle

Bridgerton Wedding Inspiration with a Folk Art Twist at Chiddingstone Castle in Kent…

If you’re captivated by the elegance of Bridgerton and the vibrant charm of Folk Art, you’re in for a treat. Our Portfolio Day at Chiddingstone Castle combined these two themes, creating a wedding inspiration that’s as colorful as it is elegant.

This collaboration between Photography Farm and Rebecca Carpenter brought the feel of a luxe destination wedding to the traditional, historical setting of Chiddingstone Castle in Kent.



Bridgerton Wedding Inspiration With Elements Of Folk Art


Photography – Lisa Devlin

Venue – Chiddingstone Castle

Workshop Hosts  Photography Farm + Rebecca Carpenter

Stylist – Pink Palm Events

Hair + Make Up – Knot Your Average Bride

Videography – Rix Weddings

Floristry – My Lady Garden

Cake – Nevie Pie

Stationery – Aimee Willow Designs

Furniture – Hire Love UK

Tableware – Prezola

Dresses – Emma Beaumont Atelier + Love in Lace Bridal

Jewellery – Hermione Harbutt

Models – Abigail at BAME and The Oromés

Shoot Assistant – Nicky Allen

Ashleigh said…

Colour is so Important,

it speaks to who we are – we’re all so individual and using colour turns a wedding from something you’re inspired by, to yours. I developed the moodboard, bringing the deep green to keep the palette grounded, a range of bright complementing colours through orange, pink & red and a pop of blue as a contrast. 

Bridgerton Wedding Inspiration Meets Folk Art

Inspired by the lavish costumes and refined settings of the Netflix series Bridgerton, we aimed to blend its Regency-era charm with the bold, vibrant aesthetics of Folk Art. The result? A wedding shoot that’s a feast for the eyes and brimming with inspiration for modern couples.

The Perfect Venue: Chiddingstone Castle

Chiddingstone Castle, set in 35 acres of stunning Kentish countryside, was the ideal backdrop for our shoot. The castle’s rich history and fascinating collection of Japanese, Egyptian, Buddhist, and Jacobite art and artifacts offered a unique blend of tradition and eclecticism. This made it the perfect setting to showcase how the elegance of Bridgerton can harmoniously coexist with the lively, colorful elements of Folk Art.


If you’re planning a wedding and want to incorporate Bridgerton-inspired elegance with Folk Art vibrancy, here are a few tips to get you started:

  1. Venue Selection: Choose a venue that offers a mix of historical charm and eclectic elements. Castles, manors, or gardens with a rich history can set the perfect scene.
  2. Attire: Opt for outfits that reflect Regency-era fashion with a twist of Folk Art patterns and colors – think intricate lace, empire waistlines, and bold prints.
  3. Florals: Use a mix of bright, colorful flowers and greenery to create eye-catching arrangements.
  4. Decor: Incorporate eclectic decor elements, such as hand-painted furniture, vibrant table settings, and unique artifacts.
  5. Personal Touches: Add personal elements that reflect your heritage and creativity, making your wedding day truly unique.
  6. Bridgerton Music: The show often takes a modern pop song and reinterprets it for a Regency orchestra. If you want to do the same, hit up the incredible The Chiqas.