• pink and gold Christmas tree

    This year I’m decorating a few different Christmas trees. I’ll move them to new places throughout my home eventually. But for now I’m photographing them in same room for visual effect of one tree styled two ways (read this post to see a side by side comparison!)

    For this pink and gold Christmas tree I used a few different products. All faux floral is from AFloral.com. Oranaments and ribbon are from Frontgate Christmas collections. The 7.5″ flocked Christmas tree is from King of Christmas. Tree skirt is from Homegoods last year.

    Soft pink Christmas Tree in light blue family room. Create a beautiful flocked tree with pink flowers and cream flowers and a hint of gold!
    Faux flowers on a Christmas tree. Use fake flowers to add a new element to your holiday tree along with gorgeous ornaments!
    Fake hydrangeas on a Christmas Tree. A beautiful tree decorated in shades of blush pink with Frontgate ornaments and flowers from AFloral.com
    Frontgate ornaments from 2018. Gorgeous collection of gray and blue and gold ornaments from the Frontgate holiday decor collection.
    Artificial roses and gray ornaments add a pretty gray and pink design to this King of Christmas artificial tree. Tips to decorate a gray, pink, ivory and gold Christmas tree!
    Unique way to decorate the top of a tree! Use gold faux flowers and gold picks to make the tree topper pop!
    Flocked Christmas tree with artificial flowers. Gold ribbon and pink flowers make a beautiful Pink and Gold Christmas Tree!
    Frontgate Christmas Ornaments used in pink and gold Christmas Tree.
    Gold Tree Picks
    New ideas for 2018 on how to decorate a holiday tree. A pretty tree is decorated in non traditional color scheme.
    Pink Flocked Christmas Tree. Decorate your Christmas tree with faux flowers, ornate ribbon and stunning Frontgate ornaments. A tree of mauve and ivory is a unique and soft way to decorate your flocked Christmas Tree! Lots of Christmas Tree ideas coming this year!
    Pink and Gold Christmas Tree. A Christmas tree decorated with fake flowers. Rustic dried heather makes a unique Christmas tree topper and this King of Christmas flocked Christmas tree looks stunning. A non-traditional Christmas tree color! More how to decorate Christmas tree posts coming very soon!

    tips to decorating a pink and gold tree

    1. Start with the largest flowers first. Place in a triangle formation (example: hydrangea as the point, then the two hydrangea points at the bottom.) Repeat with other flowers until visually everything looks symmetrical (but not too symmetrical – it’s still nice to have an effortless look!)
    2. Add roses to fill in areas that need little pops of color or interest. I prefer to use items in groups of one or three. I think odd numbers work best.
    3. Fill in areas with picks. Picks rock my world and I have so many varieties! These are pretty picks from Homegoods that have a nice long flowing look. I placed them in areas that helped accentuate the flowers while also filling in any holes of the tree.
    4. Add some ornaments. The Frontgate ornament collection comes with some of the most beautiful colors and finishes I’ve ever seen. Their ornaments are pricey but an investment you’ll use year after year (more on this in a coming post.) This particular Frontgate ornament Gilded Elegance collection had a few different color variations. I pulled out the gray toned ornaments because I thought they looked pretty against the ivory and pink!¬†
    5. Finish with ribbon. While I typically start with ribbon, in this case I wanted the florals to be the standout, so I began with the flowers. I added the ribbon sparingly to add some glitz and pizazz without overdoing it so that the flowers could shine!

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    Thanks, as always, for reading! xo, kelly

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