Maybe you aren’t sold on the idea of a pink Christmas tree yet. It’s understandable. Though this hue is known as a feminine shade, there’s more to it, too. With that said, what does pink mean? Read this post to find out. Plus, get pink Christmas tree decoration ideas for your special occasions throughout the year.

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Celebrate with a Pink Christmas Tree

Get pink party-ready with this assortment of artificial Christmas trees. They come in different shades with heights of 4 to12 feet. Choose from pencil, slim, and full profiles to suit your space.

Short on space? Our Pink Pumps Pencil Tree has a narrow shape perfect for tight corners. Looking for something unique? Our Strawberry Milkshake Ombre Tree features pretty foliage with a pink and white gradient effect. Have something else in mind? Visit the website to explore more pink Christmas tree styles.

What does pink symbolize?

Colors are universal. Their meaning surpasses boundaries, cultures, religions, and trends. Just as red is synonymous with passion and green with envy, pink is all about sweetness and romance. Let these inspire you when decorating your pink Christmas tree.

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Pink comes in different shades like salmon, blush, and fuchsia. Each hue sends out a different message. Decorations in light, delicate pinks signify relaxation and friendship. They create a peaceful environment that invites quiet conversation over champagne.

For instance, salmon is hopeful and happy, while coral is feminine and invigorating. On the other hand, hot pink is associated with youth and rebellion. Meanwhile, fuchsia is a more mature color that conveys confidence and assertiveness.

What Christmas colors go with pink?

Pink is so versatile that it can match virtually any other hue. Sherwin-Williams and other color experts even dubbed soft blush tones like “Millennial Pink” a new neutral. Find the right shade of pink for you and try these fabulous color combinations:

Colors that look good with a pink Christmas tree

How do you decorate pink Christmas trees?

Think beyond the holiday season and use your tree for other occasions throughout the year. Try these pink Christmas tree decoration ideas as you transition your décor from one celebration to the next.

Christmas

For the holidays, nothing beats a gorgeous pink Christmas tree done right. Choose from a range of themes, including sweet and subtle or fun and funky. Check out these motifs decorated by our friends:

Colorful ornaments on a pink Christmas tree
Décor by Emily Harris

Emily used colorful big letters that spelled out “Fa-la-la.” This added a festive vibe while paper fans and honeycomb ball ornaments added texture. For a cohesive look, she wrapped her Christmas presents in bright fuchsia, yellow, and orange paper.

Gold and white ornaments on a pink Christmas tree
Décor by Tiffany Darlyn

On the other hand, Tiffany went for a softer look. She used ornaments in pink, white, and gold to match the room’s interior. Christmas balls in metallic and glittered finish added sparkle.

Pink Christmas tree with plushy ornaments
Décor by Joni Lay

Joni of Lay Baby Lay put up this small pink Christmas tree in the nursery. She hung cute animal plush ornaments on the 5-foot centerpiece. To give it a holiday vibe, she complemented them with shiny white Christmas balls.

New Year

Pink is not the first color that comes to mind when decorating for New Year’s. But did you know that it goes well with this holiday’s traditional colors? Try silver, gold, and black for a luxurious look. Or go for a fun balloon theme like Lilly of The Creative Heart Studio.

Balloons as main decoration of a pink Christmas tree
Décor by Lilly Jimenez

She decorated her Pretty in Pink tree with balloons. Think about it. This holiday is all about celebrating the arrival of something new, so why not use a birthday party theme? Take it up a notch by using party streamers as garlands.

Valentine’s Day

Of course, let’s not forget the traditional colors of Valentine’s Day: pink, white, and red. The latter expresses passion and love while white is often used as a complementary color. Pink is a versatile hue that can be gentle and striking depending on intensity.

This hot pink Christmas tree has ornaments in varying shades of the same color for a monochromatic effect. The baby pink and blush tones offset the vivid hue of the branches. Meanwhile, bolder pink and red decorations are playful additions.

If you prefer something more subtle, go for a pastel pink wreath. Meredith of Cake and Confetti decked hers out with colorful heart-shaped paper ornaments. Blue, yellow, green, and purple contrast well with pink.

Easter

Easter is all about bunnies, soft pastels and pretty flowers. Why not use a spring garden as inspiration for your Easter tree?

DIY pastel ornaments for an Easter tree
Décor by Natalie Mayhew

Natalie of Fern & Maple Style made garden gnome and toadstool decorations out of plastic eggs. Then, she hung faux flower ornaments made from felt and fringe. A “Happy Easter” garland and paper fan flowers on the wall completed the look.

Summer

Can’t take a trip this year? Then decorate a Christmas in July tree inspired by your dream destination. Or relive memories of past vacations by using treasured souvenirs as décor.

Travel-themed ornaments for a pink summer tree
Décor by Pam Kessler

Get inspired by this pink Christmas tree decorating idea from Pam of House of Hawthornes. She chose ornaments that remind her of sunny Florida. A pink flamingo served as a tree topper with tiny beach chairs and campers for ornaments. The best part? She added vintage postcards, including one with an open-mouthed alligator. Do you agree that it can’t get any more Florida than that?

Back to School

Get the kids excited about the coming school year with a Christmas tree decorating project. Tell them to use art class as a theme for their pink Christmas tree decoration ideas.

Small pink Christmas tree decorated with colorful garlands
Décor by Savannah Dahan

Performance artist Savannah Dahan wrapped paper garlands around her 5-foot Christmas tree. She made a multi-colored chain garland out of paper strips. A black garland with an alphabet print emphasized the back-to-school theme. For ornaments, she used colorful wooden clothespins.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Another idea is to decorate your pink Christmas tree in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. Use décor that symbolizes the cause. If you don’t want to commit to an entire tree, how about a pink wreath instead?

Check yo' Self ornament hanging on a pink wreath decorated for Breast Cancer Awareness month
Décor by Kara Whitten

For instance, Kara of A Kailo Chic Life decorated a pink wreath with cardstock that reads “Check yo’ Self.” The message stresses the importance of early detection and prevention. Display this on your front door to show you stand with the community.

Halloween

Take your pink centerpiece all the way to the trick-or-treat season. Believe us, black and pink is an amazing color combination.

Pre-lit pink Christmas tree decorated for Halloween
Décor by Ann Shen

Get inspired by Ann Shen who cooked up a cute yet creepy display for Halloween. She used black ornaments like a faux crow, spiders, and owls. These contrasted well with the pink foliage. Meanwhile, the bat and broom décor in the background are bewitching additions.

Unicorn-themed Parties

If you or a friend loves unicorns, why not plan a unicorn-themed celebration? A Christmas tree makes the perfect centerpiece, especially when it’s pink.

Birthday tree decorated with Unicorn ornaments
Décor by Vanessa Diaz

Vanessa of Brite & Bubbly transformed white balloons into unicorn ornaments by drawing on their faces with black marker. Then, she crafted DIY cake ornaments out of Styrofoam and felt. Unicorn horns made from cardstock completed the look.


Not only are pink Christmas trees versatile, they’re also standouts. Decorate them to show off your signature style. Whether that’s classy, vibrant, funky, or understated—it’s all up to you. Why not include one in your decorating plans this year? See for yourself how it transforms any space.

Do you have pink Christmas tree decoration ideas not mentioned here? We love hearing about them so go ahead and share them in the comments! Who knows, they might inspire someone else, too.

Merry pink-mas and happy decorating!

211 Comments

  1. Kimberly Potts Reply

    I’m absolutely in love with all these beautifully designed trees. Eekkk! I stinking want this pink one so freaking much. It would be so gorgeous in my bedroom.

        • Jennifer Jenkins Reply

          I love the pink Halloween themed tree! Never would’ve thought of that! I’d love a pink & purple ombre tree w silver & black glitter ornaments! 💜🙏🏽🦋

      • All these trees are beautiful. I love how you show them decorated and it can be done year long

      • Sherri chastain Reply

        I adore the pink trees and all that you did ..you gave me so many ideas! I love the pink flamingo i would love a pink tree
        .pink goes with everything!

      • Miranda Diamond Reply

        Absolutely love your trees! Pink flamingos go so very well alongside them too! So they are all unique and fabulous!

    • I love your trees! I have been admiring them since I saw Twinkie Chan’s alien autopsy themed one!

    • I absolutely love your trees!!! My daughter has always asked for a pink tree, well she’s 4, so let’s say the past 2 years lol. But she will be so excited! I love the uniqueness and the versatility. Super cute!

      • I love the hot pink tree. I feel like you can decorate it in many ways! I dream to get one and decorate it all with black ornaments, yeah! Black is my favorite color and hot pink together look beautiful!

    • Rikki Jones Reply

      Pink is my favorite color!! It would be so cool to have a pink tree and decorate it!!

  2. I would love to have a pink Christmas tree. I’d deck it out with hearts on Valentine’s Day 💘

  3. Traci Severson Reply

    The choice of trees is second to none! Love the strawberry milkshake ombré is so pretty!

    • I just love the Hot Pink 🔥 tree. It’s unique and stands out. It also can be used for other occasions.

  4. Kayla Norris Reply

    I have always been traditional with the Christmas tree. But this year I am OBSESSED with the whimsical. The pink tree would be PERFECT to bring my ideas to life. Also love this blog post to give me the idea to keep up all year ! My daughter loves flamingos so would love to try and decorate it like that for summer

  5. Eclectic Jess Reply

    I kind of thought I wanted a pink tree before reading this, but now I know I NEED a pink tree!! They look amazing! (Plus it would be really cool to have a tree to match my pink hair!!)

  6. Veronica Varlow Reply

    The pink trees are SO ADORABLE. I love them and they match the color of my new book! xoxox

  7. LeaDee Corbin Reply

    I love the pink Christmas Tree, I wouldn’t really know which one to pick because they are all beautiful in their own way. But I sure would love a pink Christmas tree in my home, it would brighten it up so much.

  8. Molly Sharp Reply

    I typically just do a Halloween tree and leave it up. But these pink ones are so cute.

  9. I would decorate with red baubles, and maybe blue. I enjoyed seeing the different seasonal decorations.

  10. Sali Rhodes Reply

    Ok I’m convinced a year long pink christmas tree might be a necessity in life! 😍😍😍

  11. Susan Armstrong Reply

    I adore the pink trees! The Luxe LA Vie En is my fave! So pretty!!

    • Melissa Woodruff Reply

      I adore pink……AND purple 💜 Christmas ornaments would be perfect!!! Thank you for the pink 🎄 trees!!!! You’re awesome!

  12. Love everything about pink trees! I got the La Vie En Rose and it is so elegant in my living room. I’ve become a bit obsessed with pink trees and the different ways they can be decorated. Great post!

    • i think pink, white and silver looks so lovely together. it’s girly and glamorous at the same time!

  13. shannon zeidan Reply

    These are all gorgeous. I would go with silver and iridescent decorations.

  14. Amber Lee Kolb Reply

    I think some pink and white candy canes would be a fun touch or maybe a Mrs Piggy themed tree!

  15. I love these pink trees!They add a touch of elegance and they are unique!

    • Lisa Harris Reply

      I use vintage pink and teal ornaments on our tree. In my daughters’ room, they decorate in pink and Nutcracker theme.

  16. I honestly didnt know Pink Trees existed. These are beautiful!!! I would decorate with silver and teal ornaments.

  17. Angel McRorie Reply

    I would love to deck out one of your Bubblegum Pink Christmas Trees in a minimalist modern aesthetic.

  18. Shannon Graham Reply

    I would love to be able to show off one if these trees during the holidays!

  19. Amanda Connolly Reply

    I can’t decide which I like more. The ombré or the hot pink tree

  20. My daughter would love one of these. Haven’t seen pink trees anywhere, especially the ombre/

  21. Kyla Rayanne Fugate Reply

    Pink goes so good with many colors, my daughter says it should be a unicorn tree but I’m thinking more of like a grease lightening thing. I mean the 60s and 70s go great with pink. Checkered ornaments and all

  22. Constance R Reply

    Ok, I didn’t even think of all the other holidays I could use a pink tree for! Valentine’s Day, Easter! I’m more in love then when I first saw it!

  23. Jennifer Keating Reply

    I am in LOVE with all of these year round uses for Christmas trees!! I especially love the Halloween version the best!

  24. Wendy castaneda Reply

    I really love the pink trees and the many ideas that can be decorated such as the unicorn or Valentine’s Day. The pink colors to me represents uniqueness. For Christmas most people go with a traditional free Christmas tree and having a pink one is that your not afraid to stand out and that ur Christmas will be joyful as the pink true will bring a fun vibe to your Christmas celebration.

  25. Jessica Padgett Reply

    Absolutely gorgeous pink trees I think there beautiful plus I think they stand for breast cancer awareness. So they not just Christmas Trees for Christmas they year round trees for everything Easter Valentines Days and every other day !!!!

  26. Mercedes Rodriguez Reply

    I really like this colors but I don’t know if my hubby will be on board

  27. I absolutely LOVE these pink trees and year-round decorating ideas!!!

  28. Cami Harris Reply

    I’m in love with these treetopia trees!!! The strawberry ombre and the dark purple ones are my fave!!

  29. Terri Vanlandingham Reply

    My fav is the STRAWBERRY MILKSHAKE OMBRE TREE 7’ LED. So drinkin’ fabulous ❣️

  30. I adore these trees! Pink has always been my favorite color. I would literally leave this tree up until Valentines Day…maybe even Easter too…turn it into a Memorial Day tree…lol

  31. Haley Wright Reply

    Honestly I think these are too cute. As a mom of 2 girls and my bonus girl we love PINK. Dad is probably over it but that’s okay. I am loving the Rosewood , Punch & Magenta most. It’s tempting not to want a tree for each kid but one for their room would be so cool! I think we’d definitely be old fashion and use silver and white & pink because hello… UNICORNS! Honestly this tree is so versatile you could use it for Easter, Valentine’s, Christmas, birthday and Halloween!! Love it

  32. Lovely pink trees and so very magical, I’d decorate it with green, red, brown, white decorations and frosty blue lights.

  33. Beautiful pink trees, they could be displayed in so many special occasions I totally love ❤️ them

  34. Teresa Sparks Reply

    My favorite tree EVER has to be the “some like it HOT” ..I never dreamed of seeing a tree made it this gorgeous color. Totally girly

  35. Diane Warstler Reply

    I’ve always been partial to the pink colors. I’d love to decorate a tree in various shades of pink with white and silver accents. La Vie En Rose is my favorite and I’d love to try my hand at decorating it for a very special little girl I know.

  36. Roberta Barragan Reply

    I love pink and it goes with absolutely everything…it’s not just a feminine color…it’s for everyone! 💞💕💓💗💖💘💝💞💕💓💗💖💘💝

  37. It’s so hard to decide what. decor or tree I like best. They are all so beautiful.

  38. Karen M. Roth Reply

    I love to see Aqua, Lime Green, Gold, and Clear lights I would love to Theme my tree for each season and holiday like the Southern Gal I am ( Though I am an Army Brat born in the Mid-West. ) I enjoyed all the ideas given here. But I am really wanting to make smaller trees like these for Angel Babies to go with the little teddy bears I make for other parents who have Angel Babies like I do. maybe 10 inches tall.

  39. Joyce Whiteman Reply

    Such a great idea to decorate your tree all year round with these gorgeous pink trees.

  40. Shewhoshouldnotbenamed9 Reply

    Its 2021 We can have whatever color tree we want and we can dress it up for ANY occasion! Thank You for making life pretty in Pink!

  41. Kim Pemrich Reply

    I love the essential bubblegum pink!💗💗 I also love the hombre such a hard decision with so many beautiful trees!😍😍

  42. love, love, love, pink these are great for all the different seasons like you have shown, a pink and silver for Christmas would be pretty, teal for summer

  43. Kimberly Benton Reply

    The Pretty in Pink 5ft with Clear LED is my Absolute Fav 💯

  44. Stephanie Reyes Reply

    The tree with the rainbow balloons is absolutely cute! Love it!

  45. Pink is my favorite color! I wish to have a pink Christmas tree one year. The Bubblegum Pink Tree is so pretty.

  46. Destine Richard Reply

    I love everything about this website. I have three daughters and pink is the centerpiece of our life.

  47. paula skeans Reply

    I love them all! The LUXE – LA VIE EN ROSE PINK CHRISTMAS TREE is beautiful!

  48. I love all your suggestions.. I would try to make a sunset inspired one.. With oranges and purples mixed.

  49. STrawberry Ombre, black and pink Halloween tree, and bubbles are my favorites

  50. Heather Mackinnon Reply

    i LOVE THE PINK PUMP PENCIL TREE! WOULD LOOK SO CUTE IN MY HOUSE!

  51. Lynn Menckowski Reply

    Such great ideas! My daughter always wants me to leave the tree all year around….this would be perfect!!

  52. Debbie Wilson Reply

    Love your trees would love to get one to decorate for easter. So many ideas for it. Love the 7ft full one . but ill need to save for it. Fixed income. Live day by day. But hopes for the next year or two ill have one.

  53. we put up 6 different tree at Christmas; don’t have a pink tree. We will def. be adding 1

  54. Penny Branson LeBaron Reply

    wow truly something for everyone with a pink tree and so versatile throughout the year!!

  55. Patti Toole Reply

    All of these Trees are Gorgeous. I Love the Unicorn Tree and the Halloween Tree and the one Tiffany did is just Fantastic!!!

  56. The pink tree would be good for Easter. I also like the idea of a pink tree for a girl’s birthday party or a baby shower. I like the combination of pink and baby blue or teal to decorate the tree.

  57. Me, my two year old son, and my nine year old daughter are obsessed with everything here.

  58. A hot pink tree would match my hair! Love all of these. 🥰💕🎄

  59. Lynn Munger Reply

    I love the pink pumps pencil tree. How cool to have a pink Christmas tree!

  60. Carmen Cruz Reply

    These are the most adorable Christmas I have ever seen very inspirational 😍

  61. Caitlin Criswell Reply

    I would love to do a New Years tree with the strawberry milkshake tree! Silver and gold and black would be gorgeous on it.

  62. Leianna Kirkland Reply

    I am such a fan of these pink trees! Especially the Strawberry Milkshake…so elegant!

  63. Holly Donaldson Reply

    My favorites are the ombre tree and the bubble gum pink tree! ❤🎄

  64. Stephanie Behan Snow Reply

    I love a pink tree because you can use it for valentines day, easter and christma s

  65. Lisa Edwards Reply

    There are so many great decorating ideas! I was surprised at most of them but loved them all. The thought of having a tree year round in a classroom is absolutely wonderful. When I was a kid each month a student was chosen to decorate a bulletin board, there were never enough months for each child to do one so only a handful were able to express themselves creatively on the board.. this would be the same but with more students being able to participate.

  66. Love the decorating idea’s! We decorate for each holiday. Would love to do a tree in pink and silver what a great color combo

  67. Jenn koziol Reply

    I love the idea of doing a Minnie Mouse tree with one of these pink trees! My daughter would love it.

  68. Danielle Freeman Reply

    I have always wanted a pink tree and these are beautiful trees!

  69. Jamie Whyte Reply

    “Wishing you a beautiful holiday season and a new year of peace and happiness.”
    Thank you for the opportunity

  70. I absolutely have to have the hot pink one. I’d rock some dark purple contrasts.

  71. Aubrey Daniels Reply

    Pink trees are definitely outside of the box, but are absolutely stunning! I would love to turn one into a gingerbread and candy tree for my dinning room!

  72. Trish Rodriguez Reply

    These are so beautiful! My dear friend Vivian passed away recently and we are doing everything pink to honor her. She loved pink! She even had a customized pink wheelchair. She was a beautiful person inside and out. She is going to be terribly missed. So happy these trees are available

  73. Christy Leonard Reply

    I love all of the different designs and ideas. The trees and wreaths are so pretty.

  74. Va'Kheata Carter Reply

    I’ve always wanted a pink christmas tree ever since I was a small child

  75. I’ve always wanted a pink tree! They’re so much more fun than the traditional green.

  76. Interesting to know what the different shades mean, and love that you can keep a pink tree all year win win

  77. Jennifer Hillman Reply

    Whoever invented these trees is a genius! They are all absolutely beautiful!

  78. Becky Coyne Reply

    I decorated my tree with only pink ornaments this year. I would absolutely love a pink tree!

  79. Catherine Guzik Reply

    StrawberryMilkshake will have you going pink and beer going back!!!

  80. Susan Piaggio Reply

    Pink is the new green. Be in the pink every Christmas with these eye-catching choices. Happy Holidays to all!!

  81. Nicole Carnes Reply

    Okay, a pink tree deserves a super femme theme. I want a sapphic themed Christmas tree 😅💕

  82. Fantastic idea to keep it up through Valentine’s day. I have a tiny pink tree for my desk, but a full size one might be the next step! 🍨🧁💕

  83. Itzel Irandenid Reply

    Pretty in Pink is my fav! But the hot pink one is also adorable!

  84. Heather Haas Reply

    These trees are so beautiful 😍 I have a rose gold tinsel tree decorated with opal, blue, and pink. I have a smaller rose gold tree decorated with mainly rose colored ornaments. Love my tinsel trees but really love the cotton candy pink trees! They are so pretty 🤩

  85. So many great decorating ideas and I love the thought of using “Christmas trees” like this one all year round.

  86. Sew Crafty Crochet Reply

    I love the idea of a pink tree with pink and teal or pink and black ornaments. I also like pink and charcoal gray.

  87. I would love to decorate one of these fabulous pink trees for Breast Cancer Awareness.

  88. I’m about to live on my own after 20 years of marriage. Pink is my favorite color, so I’d probably leave this tree up 365 and change it with the seasons and holiday!–celebrating me and myself all year round!

  89. Heather Ramos Reply

    I am SO in love with your pink trees. I love the classic Pretty in Pink Christmas Tree, but I am also seriously gushing over the Milkshake Ombre Tree! Either of these would fit in perfectly for my new home office <3

  90. We have been having Pink Christmas for the Ladies in the sex trafficking rescue home for decades. Everything would be pink- decor, food, presents etc… but we never had a pink tree. Never looked into it. Our trees are already up and decorated but your stunning pink trees are something to be discussed and hopefully we’ll have a few of them next year. Can hardly wait!

  91. What an interesting blog! It’s fascinating to see the ways we can use different complementary colors to decorate a tree. Just like the Strawberry Milkshake Obré Tree, it’s unique to see a variation of hues! Pink is also a favorite color of mine! And if I ever had a pink tree like those in my room I would like to test my creativity in decorating it! 💗🤗🎨

  92. Flutterbre 💗 Reply

    What an interesting blog! It’s fascinating to see the ways we can use different complementary colors to decorate a tree. Just like the Strawberry Milkshake Obré Tree, it’s unique to see a variation of hues! Pink is also a favorite color of mine! And if I ever had a pink tree like those in my room I would like to test my creativity in decorating it! 💗🤗🎨

  93. Kristi Bighley Reply

    Love the style and tips! Would love to see more from your company

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