Blush pink, white and black Christmas tree decor is a non-traditional Christmas color scheme that looks really pretty on a white Christmas tree.
I love trying non-traditional Christmas color schemes like my Kate Spade Christmas tree and my peacock and black Christmas tree. I think this blush pink, white and black Christmas tree may be my favorite one yet!
Blush Pink, White and Black Christmas Tree
So I have to admit, I totally went overboard with my Christmas decorations this year. I’m almost afraid to say this…I decorated 7 Christmas trees!
Hopefully, you’re looking for some Christmas tree decorating ideas, because I’m going to be posting a lot of them in the next week or two 🙂
Speaking of lots of Christmas trees…I’ve teamed up with some of my blogging friends to give you even more Christmas tree decorating ideas (I told you there would be lots!)
Welcome To The 2nd Annual Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop!!
We have 24 talented bloggers joining up to share their decorated Christmas Trees with us! So grab a cup of your favorite beverage and get comfortable, because you are going to love the beautiful Christmas Tree Decor shared over the next two days.
Let’s Meet The Hosts!
Blush Pink, White and Black Christmas Tree Decor
Okay…now on to my first tree…
I have never put a tree in this room before, but since it’s the room where I work (ie. spend a lot of time in), I decided this year would be the first.
In keeping with the pink and white color scheme of the room, I went with a pink, white and black color theme for the tree.
My white Christmas tree looks beautiful with the decor in this room.
Wrap The Tree In Ribbon
As usual my first step was to add some ribbon. I love this black and white ribbon with a little bit of bling that I bought at Michael’s last year.
Then I added some transparent blush pink ribbon (also from Michael’s…they have the best ribbon for a very reasonable price if you get it on sale).
I liked the combination so much, I almost stopped there 🙂
The trick to making ribbon look good is to push it into the branches and hang ornaments over it. That way, it doesn’t make the tree look like it’s being strangled by ribbon.
After I have finished hanging all of my ornaments, I go back and pull out little sections of ribbon so that it sticks out. That way, it still adds the tree decor without taking over.
I always like to use flowers as part of my Christmas tree decorations (that must be the gardener in me!)
You can find velvet poinsettias in so many different colors (like these pink and rose gold ones), they will almost always match your tree decor.
And they cover a large area, so they help to fill out your tree.
Hang Lots Of Ornaments
Then I like to hang all different shapes and shades of ornaments.
For this tree, I used a lot of black and white, gold and pink ornaments.
Many of the ornaments were bought, like these beautiful grey glass ones I got at TJ Maxx.
But I also like to do DIY projects with inexpensive glass ornaments.
This one is made by stuffing some tinsel inside a clear glass ornament.
And of course, there are the DIY copper leaf ornaments I made a couple of weeks ago.
I actually bought the glass ornament with the black and gold dots. But you could also make them pretty easily with some sharpie markers.
Add Some Texture
Since glass ornaments are all shiny and smooth, I like to add some other ornaments with texture to create contrast. Picks that stick out from the branches, like these gold birds on branches, are perfect.
Pink butterflies also help to add some interest.
And of course, pine cones are a natural addition to any tree.
The Finished Tree
After all of that, I ended up with a tree that fits into my pink and white office perfectly!
Even with the lights off, it looks pretty between my favorite fuchsia chairs.
This is how it looks from my desk. It definitely gives my some incentive to go upstairs to work 🙂
Now let’s check out the rest of the beautiful Christmas Trees!
Make sure to visit Erlene’s beautiful Tropical Ocean Christmas Tree, and all the other gorgeous trees on the tour.
With all of these Christmas trees to choose from, you’re sure to find some Christmas decorating inspiration!