Pink is the new fashion color for Christmas, so manufacturers are coming out with all kinds of Christmas decorations in pink. In fact, you can even get your hands on a pink Christmas tree along with pink lights, stockings, and ornaments.
It’s amazing how many varieties of pink Christmas trees are available. It doesn’t seem to matter what your particular situation is or what specifications you have, you’ll be sure to find one that fits the bill for you. Whether you’re putting it in your daughter’s room or using it as the main Christmas tree in the living room.
This is just about the most sparkly Christmas tree you’re bound to find. And even though it’s billed as a pink and purple tree, it really just looks pink. This is because the only purple is actually just light purple tips on each strand of tinsel that make up the needles of the tree. The effect is spectacular because it gives the color depth and makes the branches shine even brighter.
This is an easy to put up tree too because the branches are hinged and it comes in 3 pieces. The tree is 2 of them and then the stand is the third piece. You just fit them together, pull the branches down into place and you’ve got your Christmas tree.
Just don’t forget, this tree doesn’t come with pre-attached lights, so you’ll have to get those separately. And even though this tree is already very shiny without them, you’ll still want to adorn your tree with lights so that you can also enjoy it at night. Be sure and choose light strands with white wires so they’ll blend with the pink color, rather than the green wire that most of them use.
This is a good choice if you want your tree to be the main attraction in the house and it’s going to be proudly displayed in the living or family room. Even with it’s powdery pink branches, it still makes a bold statement, especially when its pre-attached pink lights are also turned on.
This tall tree is a snap to set up with multiple easy-to-handle sections that easily fit together and nicely hinged branches (instead of the ones you have to hook on and subsequently fight with to get them in place).