Two disclaimers before this post gets underway: First, although I borrowed the title from the Shakespeare play I love, I have personally never been into weddings with woodland fairy type things. You know, hairpieces made of tree branches and leaves, puffy-sleeved men in tights, and the whole nine. Not that it's uncool if you do; it's just not really my thing. Second, I am aware that midsummer was technically back in June, on the longest day of the year or whatever, but I'm just going with it, idea-wise.
This begs the question of what a midsummer night's wedding might actually look like. I'm picturing an evening celebration with a sophisticated palette of deep blues and warm, rosy metallic accents.
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There's nothing like candlelight to turn an already beautiful chapel into something extra special. Add in a little glow!
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