Yes, in general boat camping can benefit from the same techniques as backpackers, and they’re the most-documented source of advice. Weight typically isn’t quite as important to paddlers, but I imagine with a kayak’s limited storage space, size will still be at a premium.
The biggest wins on size are: a small backpacking stove and cook kit, a compressible sleeping bag, and a lightweight tent. Also, get some compressible waterproof stuff sacks and use those for your clothes, tent, and sleeping bag.
Beyond that it’s mostly a matter of packing smart so you can be comfortable with less. Layer your clothes rather than packing a bunch of different outfits. Sleep in warm clothes if needed to augment your sleeping bag. Use water filtration or tablets so you don’t have to pack water in. Skip the camp chairs unless you have the fancy extra-small kind.
Also, one general tip if you’re new-ish to paddling: do some trial runs with stuff packed in your boat, so you’re comfortable with how it handles loaded. You don’t want to show up and be worried about your ability to make it to the campground, especially if there’s a bit of wind or wave chop.