Bridgerton Ball with fireworks

If you’ve haven’t watched @bridgertonnetflix yet, consider yourself cordially invited. Social media is buzzing about the sexy Duke, the steamy romance and the stunning, regency inspired costume designs with bright colors, floral patterns and empire waists that will surely impact the wedding world and fashion trends in general. I am even more obsessed and absolutely mesmerized by the magnificent set design by @gina.cromwell who we also have to thank for @downtonabbey_official and @outlander_starz .

The social “season” set in 1813 includes a number of breathtaking balls with so much eye candy and inspiration, it left me yearning for the opportunity to host a season opener (maybe at The Metropolitan Museum of Art?) once we can all gather together again!

Event Trends; keep an eye out for black and white dance floors, fountains as focal points, crystal candelabras and chandeliers, coupe champagne glasses, formal gardens, wild climbing vines with blooms, pyrotechnics, couple portraits on display, rock and pop string ensembles, harps, hand fans, flowers in hair and feathers of every description. Also can’t wait to see the many creative ways that the event industry brings back dance cards??

With all this amazing NEW event inspiration, I just had to share some details from the first and last episodes with NO spoilers. Your welcome. Since Netflix doesn’t allow screenshots or screen recordings, please forgive these low quality images and go binge watch the first season yourself.

PS – special thanks to @overthemoon for recommending the show. 🔥❤️

Bridgerton Ball - episode 8

Bridgerton - Duke and Dutchess ball

Daphne of Netflix Bridgerton walking down the stairs at her ball

dance card from Lady Trowbridge's Ball, Bridgerton on Netflix

champagne coupe from Bridgerton

detail of a crystal candelabra from Bridgerton

Daphne and Simon

The Duke and Dutchess of Hastings at their ball, Bridgerton on Netflix

You are cordially invited to a Bridgerton Ball