Some things need to be handled carefully, especially in decorating. Some things can easily be overdone. Some colors need to be held with such tender, love and care, especially this Christmas. You can never go wrong with the traditional, red, white and green Christmas colors. But a year after year of such colors filling your house can be tiring. So why not divert this season?
Pink Christmas Decoration Ideas
Pink is a symbol of femininity, cheer and blooming love. Although this color usually represents another holiday, this can also be your theme this Christmas. A pink Christmas needs to be held with care. Too much pink can be distasteful, but an accent her and there can be quite elegant. Let me show you how.
Pink Christmas Tree
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pink theme christmas decoration ideas
Above you can see one pink themed Christmas idea. They made the christmas tree them pink to suit their house and room color and furniture. The Christmas tree is beautifully blended with the surrounding.
Use a Christmas tree with white –coated pine needles and instead of elaborate green and red garlands to wrap it, use light pink ribbons instead. Dot the tree with dim fairy lights and silver or gold baubles. The baby pink coordinates well with the warmth radiated by the lights. It is perfect for your girly girl’s bedroom for her very princess-y Christmas.
Pink can be expressed with elegance on the dinner table. Put various shades of shiny pink baubles on egg glasses on the table, while you hang a large bundle of pink baubles on the center as if lighting your table centerpiece.
Pink and glitter usually go hand in hand in decoration. Remember to make it tasteful and minimal. Coat pine cones with pink glitter and hang those on your Christmas tree along with other trinkets, perhaps silver baubles. Pink and white coordinate well.
A large wreath made of baubles can be quite innovative by using pink, silver and gold baubles of various sizes. Make sure that the pink color dominates the wreath, and let the gold or silver colors to be the accent. Tie a large silver ribbon with a bow and voila! It’s all ready to hang on your door, or wall.
Your girl’s vanity should not be ignored this Christmas. It is also the perfect place to create a pink haven. Accentuate the plain white vanity with baby pink color; from the lamp, to the candles, to Santa’s clothes, make everything baby pink. You can also use a darker shade for the main decor to make it stand out.
A darker shade of pink baubles put in a tray and lined with gold glittered leaves and golden winter berries makes a perfect centerpiece. It mimics the ripest fruit for Christmas and gives your appetite a boost while waiting for the dishes to be set.
Give the candy cane a make-over by replacing the red paint with pink. If you want to modify it further, coat the white stripes with purple. Don’t forget to make it glittery! Alternatively, make your own pink and purple cane can using pink and purple patterned ribbons.
Although pink roses come in abundance in Valentines, you can also use them on Christmas. Instead of red poinsettia, use pink roses on your wreath and hang it above the fireplace. Use pink stockings instead of the traditional red and green stockings. Pink and white go well together so use stockings with different patterns of pink and white.
For a simple decor, hang a bundle of pink baubles on a corner of your living room mirror. The dark frame gives the pink color a boost to make it pop out. Remember to use various shades of pink for an added effect.
Create a pink table setting by using pink colored vases, and pink coated pine-needles as center pieces. The napkins could be light pink and pink crystals on the chandelier gives out an elegance setting. Add to the rustic feel of a wooden table and voila! It may look overdone but in actuality it gives subtle elegance you never thought possible with this color.
Give your plain white door life with pink bauble wreath. Use darker shades of pink baubles. Experiment with opaque, shiny, glittered ones to make the wreath while accentuating it with light shades of pink. Hang it using a pink ribbon with a bow.
Because pink is a symbol of femininity, it suits your doll figurines well. Dress your doll with white and pink dress using ribbons and light cloth like chiffon. Add some shiny baby pink baubles to accent and voila! It perfectly captures the look you’re going for.
Chinese lanterns are usually red in color, but a pink make-over does not hurt. Create a set of pink circle lanterns with Japanese paper and line it along your staircase. Use a white Christmas tree on the bottom of the stairs for a perfect look.
If you can’t bear to divert from the traditional Christmas tree, you can do miniature wall decals instead. Make board cut-outs in the shape of Christmas tree and paint it pink and glitter it well. Adhere it with small baubles in silver and white like pearls. Top it with small pink bow and attach to the wall.
Overcrowding of pink can be tastefully done when you do it in full effort. It simply means that go for a monochromatic theme with accents of the greens and silver. Fill your pine needle garland on the fireplace with baubles of pink shades. Wrap some ribbons and voila!
If you’re looking for subtlety, then use really light shade of pink. Use the lightest ones that can actually be white in a distance. Draw elaborate designs using glittered paint on the pink baubles and put it on a plate for the centerpiece. Along with pearl beads, use it to accent your dinner setting. The beauty of it comes in its detailed designs.
Coat your displays with pink, and make it shine. Place it on the antique table below the elaborately designed mirror. The mirror image reacts well with the refraction of light cast on your displays and gives a feminine and elegant setting.
While pink is your main color, do not forget the other colors as well. Use baby pink on your main decoration, which is the Christmas tree and use the opaque shades of blue, yellow, orange and other colors as baubles. Wrap your gifts with these shades as well for a complete look.
Subtle elegance is expressed by using baby pink shaded baubles. Wrap each bauble with various laces and detailed design. The beauty is on the details, and it perfectly suits the perfectionist in you.
Light pink roses symbolize the blooming love that is usually perfect on bridal showers but Christmas is also a time for the abundant love. Turn pink flowers into a wreath and accent it with pink ribbons and white lace. It is perfect for the elaborate gate of your home.
Simplicity is beauty. Using buttons in various shades of pink thread them in a circular shape and let it hang on the Christmas tree with a pink bow. It perfectly showcases your creativity and resourcefulness simultaneously.
For a romantic mood, play with light pink ribbons and laces. It does not only give out a romantic ambiance but also elegance. If you’re thinking of using it on your girl’s room, add some pink baby stockings and hang it on the fireplace. From romantic to chic, pink can be diverse depending on how you use it.
Give Santa a make-over by dressing him in pink instead of his traditional red suit, cap and shoes. His black belt can be traded for white one if you want a more romantic feel, but feel free to maintain the black belt for a chic look. Santa is your trend-setter this Christmas.
Fill your tree with pink goodness! The key to achieving perfection with pink is to not be afraid of letting it overpower your decoration. If you want an overboard pink Christmas tree, from the needles to the trinkets, accent it with white wraps for your gifts and put it against a white wall. Let the pink stand out without feeling crowded.
So you already have the main Christmas tree but still want to have a pink decorated one? No problem! All you have to do is display a small white Christmas tree on a table of your choice and hang pink baubles. Dress your Frosty the Snowman figurine with baby pink sweaters and cap. Do not be afraid of using pink as the main theme.