August 18, 2016

How to Decorate a Pink Christmas Tree

Posted by Treetopia in Treetopia Guides

how to decorate a pink Christmas tree

Pink Christmas trees may seem feminine, but they’re more versatile than you think! Though the color pink isn’t usually associated with traditional Christmas decorations, it is extremely easy to achieve a stunning look that is just as sophisticated as a tree of any other color. Here are some pink Christmas Tree decorating ideas from Treetopia!

Adorn Your Pink Christmas Tree With Gold or Silver Decorations

Gold and silver theme on a pink Christmas tree

Accentuate your pink Christmas tree with elegant gold and silver ornaments in various shapes, shades, and textures. Combine ornaments like our Old World Splendor Set, Gemmed Up Pearl Beaded Ornaments, or Simply Regal Shatterproof Set and watch your tree shine. Complete the look with our Ivory Dream Satin Tree Skirt, accented with metallic trim that complements the gold and silver palette.

If you want to add a touch of whimsy to your pink tree, consider using silver and clear ornaments. Combine large clear balls with smaller lilac ones. Use as many as possible so the tree doesn’t look patchy and bare in some places. Decorate with crystal drops and garlands, then string clear lights to create more drama.

Want a Winter Wonderland theme? A pink tree would serve as a beautiful backdrop. To achieve this, use white snowflake ornaments and silver tinsel garlands. Intersperse cotton on the branches to look like faux snow.

Colorful Christmas Decorations Make Pink Trees Even More Fun

Use multi-color ornaments and decorations on a pink Christmas tree

For a fun vibe, decorate with the colors of the rainbow. Combine our Starry Night Satin Dream Ornaments, Peacock Glamour Glass Ornament Set, and Color Glaze Glass Ornament Set to add tropical flair to your pink Christmas tree. Crown your pink tree with the gorgeous colors of our Regal Peacock Tail Tree Topper.

If you want to recreate a flower garden with your pink Christmas tree, add in clusters or single blooms in purple, deep pink, and red hues. Artificial leaves in varying shades of green will bring your floral fantasy to life.

The kids will love a candy-themed pink tree. Decorate it with ornaments in bright candy colors that remind you of lollipops, cupcakes, or ice cream. Hanging a few real candies will make it any tooth’s dream!

Pink Christmas Decorations Look Amazing on a Pink Tree

Pink on pink will tickle your fancy

Take your pink Christmas tree to the next level with pink, white, and red ornaments! Choose a tree in your favorite shade of pink, then mix and match pink and red ornaments.

You can also go for a monochromatic color theme and experiment with pink ornaments of different shades, shapes, sizes, and materials. For example, a Victorian-themed pink Christmas tree would look lovely with decorations in hues of burgundy and old rose with touches of cream, and gold. Drape it with cream-colored paper chains, popcorn, and cranberry garlands. Add in old Christmas cards bordered with lace and vintage toys like metal trucks and mini-dolls. Make burgundy mini-cornucopias and add in some red or pink candy.

Go all out pink in decorating your artificial tree not just for Christmas, but also for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, or even your little girl’s birthday!

Neutrals Look Elegant on Pink Christmas Trees

Neutral colors look elegant on a pink artificial Christmas tree

For a gorgeous yet understated look, combine neutral colors like ivory, taupe, and gray on a light pink Christmas tree. Lindi from Love the Day used muted shades to complement her Angel Pink Flocked Christmas Tree. The key is to use shimmery ornaments in neutral hues that sparkle under your Christmas lights.

With their beauty and versatility, pink trees can be the perfect addition to your favorite holidays. How do like decorating your pink tree? We’d love to hear from you!

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