A fantastical feast awaits those who attend this midsummer night’s gala! All the stops are brought out for this magical evening. Lush greenery and twinkling lights are at every corner with wrapping vines and warm glowing hues spilling out from the corners and shadows. This enchanted midsummer night’s gala event decor ideas board has a little touch of modern influence to it. The shape and set up of the food display lends itself to trends of today, while the indoor garden lawn lounge allows guests to feel as if they are wandering through a magical forest.
Galas, parties, fundraisers, and even weddings with high guest counts will be the type of events that really make this concept shine. With a high guest count, more space is needed to accommodate those guests, and with that extra space allows for these cohesive, yet distinct separate spaces. A vine covered dining space, a lush lawn for mingling and lounging, and even a quite garden space with a few acoustic musicians. The key to a successful midsummer night’s gala is the decor, and making sure lots of fresh greenery and florals of all sorts of shapes and textures are incorporated.
Here are some of my favorite midsummer nights’ gala event decor ideas:
Be sure to see where each element of this enchanted evening of greenery and foliage were found:
- Indoor Garden Reception Lounge Seating with Foliage and Warm Lighting – shared by BizBash
- White and Green Food Buffet and Dessert Display with Wave Bars, Topiary Bushes, and Green Foliage – spotted on Pinterest
- Ballroom Ceiling Covered in Growing Green Vines and Fairy Lights – spotted on Pinterest
- Enchanted Garden Tables Decor and Centerpieces with Lush Greens and Candles – also spotted on Pinterest
- Lush Tall Garden Centerpiece with Green Foliage and White Flowers – shared on Style Me Pretty
- Indoor Apple Grove Garden Reception Lounge Space with Grass and Trees – shared on BizBash
Don’t forget to pin your favorite midsummer nights’ gala event decor ideas for future reference:
What do you think of all this greenery? Do you think it needs some pops of color with flowers, or is the greenery enough?