Woman hosts lavish ‘Bridgerton’-themed bridesmaid proposal on rooftop: ‘What a dream’

A bride-to-be gave five friends the high society treatment at a Bridgerton-themed brunch. 

The hit Netflix series about siblings looking for love during Regency-era London is all about romance and luxury. When Renata D’Agrella set out to propose to her future bridesmaids, she didn’t hold back. D’Agrella enlisted the help of Abby Price, founder of the vintage shop Abbode to organize the decadent event. 

Price shared the text message she received from D’Agrella that started it all on TikTok

“Do you do tablescapes for events? I want to throw a Bridgerton-themed bridesmaid proposal brunch!” D’Agrella requested

“That sounds amazing. Let’s do it!” Price replied


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D’Agrella later posted about the event that went off without a hitch. 

“POV: You are asking your best friends to be your bridesmaid on a rooftop in NYC,” she wrote

The tablescape was stunning. It featured ornate China dishware, opulent candlesticks, flowers, feathers and lots of beautiful pastries. The five friends even got a view of the Empire State Building — which just so happened to be the view from D’Agrella’s rooftop. 

But the table setting wasn’t the only thing lavish. The bridesmaids also understood the assignment. The women wore lavish outfits like ruffled, tiered dresses, long white gloves, pearl necklaces and sparkling headpieces. D’Agrella even gave each of her friends a gorgeous gift box full of goodies. 

“The outfits. What a dream,” a user wrote

“If this isn’t a dream scenario. I would totally get married on this rooftop,” another said

“This is everything,” someone commented

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