9 Pink Christmas Trees That’ll Make You Rethink Holiday Traditions
Shake things up this year by swapping out red and green for pink! Pink Christmas trees are on-trend this holiday season, and we're all about it. Whether you want something subtle or bold and bright, our roundup is sure to inspire you.
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Skip the traditional look this year and embrace the pink Christmas tree trend! We love this beautifully shaped tree that’s foldable and full enough to fill an empty corner and set the scene this holiday season. The thick branches of the 6-ft. tree fluff in approximately 30 to 45 minutes.
And, here’s a collection of clever hints and tips that will make your holiday decorating faster, easier and more fun!
Go for a romantic look this Christmas with a 7-ft. blush pink tree. It makes an understated statement that you’re celebrating with the Ghost of Christmas Present. After the holidays, take the hassle out of storing your holiday lights and other Christmas decorations with these simple tips.
Another option we love for pink Christmas trees is this dark, rose-colored tree. Keep the tree simply decorated by choosing just a few accents, such as silver and white ornaments and sheer, blush pink ribbon. Here are a few tips to style a Christmas tree with ribbon.
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This fierce, fuchsia Christmas tree is as bold as it gets. We love that it comes in a super slender shape that makes it fit into an unused corner, or studio apartment, beautifully.
Christmas can be stressful. Lighten the mood by remembering you’ll never fail at Christmas decorating as bad as these people did.
This chic, subtle addition to our list of pink Christmas trees is for anyone who wants just a hint of pink. We love that it’s pre-lit with 400 lights so you can focus on hanging the perfect ornaments instead of fussing with the lights.
Next, check out our favorite tried-and-true handy hints for Christmas trees.
This 16-inch vintage-look tree is the perfect way to celebrate the pink Christmas tree trend without going all in. While the description lists it as red—and there are certainly plenty of red Christmas trees—reviewers promise it’s pretty in pink! We love that it’s battery-powered and features a 4-hour timer. Find more inspiration by looking at these cool traditional Christmas tree alternatives.