Guide to Your Own Swedish Midsummer Celebration

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Now that you have learned a little bit about the wonderful celebration of Swedish Midsummer, how about celebrating our comparable American Summer Solstice in Swedish style?

Click through the pages below to learn the secrets and steps of a traditional Swedish Midsummer celebration.

On Midsummer Eve, Swedes typically gather flowers for wreaths and to decorate the maypole. The traditional choices are birch leaves and flowers in blue, white or yellow. Photo: Lena Granefelt | Image Bank Sweden.
On Midsummer Eve, Swedes typically gather flowers for wreaths and to decorate the maypole. The traditional choices are birch leaves and flowers in blue, white or yellow. Photo: Lena Granefelt | ImageBank Sweden.
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Kimberly Toms is a freelance writer, filmmaker, habitual road tripper and lover of all things travel. Life as a digital marketing and eCommerce consultant has allowed for pursuit of these poorly paying arts and hobbies, while life beyond the office continually beckoned to "get yer ass back on the road and into the wilderness." The wilderness is most often where you can find her. Check out more of Kimberly's work: Roulez Media | Escaping Fed | A Documentary Film | Hero Film Festival & Awards | KimberlyToms.com Find her on: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube | AdAge Amp | Pinterest

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