I once played the piano for a Christmas party in a home with a Christmas tree in each room. Including each bathroom. Plus one outside by their pool. Seriously.
The family had two little girls, and I can’t remember what each tree looked like, but when I researched pink Christmas tree ornaments, I thought of how nice they would look if you happened to have a little girl with her own Christmas tree in her bedroom.
Of course, you don’t have to have — or be — a little girl to enjoy pink. It’s a beautiful color that indicates fresh innocence and just a touch of romance. Pink ornaments bring a touch of warmth and softness to your Christmas tree (or trees, as the case may be.)
I went in search of pink ornaments, looking for ones that were unique as well as pretty, and found these
I love these bubblegum pink ornaments that are covered in sparkling glitter. They come with silver string hangers that you can use if you like, but they are not pre-attached. They come in a set of 24, and each snowflake is four inches in diameter. You can also purchase these snowflake ornaments in turquoise blue or silver, if you like the idea of mixing up your colors.
These finials come in sets of eight, each containing four different finishes: shiny, matte, glitter-drenched and what is called “holographic glitter sparkle.” Each ornament has a gold cap, and the set contains a pack of gold string hangers. (It does not, however, include hooks.)
Even though these finials are shatterproof, they have a very delicate look to them.
I don’t know about you, but I think of basic round balls as the epitome of a traditional Christmas tree ornament. These balls are made of high-quality plastic, so, like the finials above, they have the luster of glass while being shatterproof.
They come in a pack of 24 that contains everything you need to decorate your tree: caps, string hangers, and hooks.
As you can see from the photo, you can get similar sets in a variety of colors.
Amazon reviewer Shelby M. described why these shatterproof ornaments are fantastic for cat owners:
I have young cats, and they nearly destroyed my tree before I even put the ornaments on it. I ordered the aqua shatterproof balls in the large size, and I tested one by throwing it at my tile floor. It bounced and did not break. As far as we are concerned, these are a Christmas miracle!
I didn’t know this until today, but apparently some people like to decorate for Valentine’s Day with a small, white Christmas-style tree decorated with red and pink ornaments.
If that appeals to you, these blush pink heart baubles look like the perfect choice. At 5 cm across, they are “dainty,” as one reviewer put it, and come in a pack of 8 with both glitter and matte finishes.
As you probably already know from this blog, we are big fans of Disney and Minnie Mouse around here. My younger daughter, in particular, adores Minnie and spent two straight months wearing a Minnie Mouse costume when she was two years old.
This 3D resin figure of Minnie Mouse in her pink and white polka dot dress and bow would make a great gift for a little girl.
Once when we were at Disney World looking for souvenirs, I told my kids that if I had all the money in the world and an extra room in the house, I would love to have a Christmas tree that was decorated with nothing but Disney ornaments. If you happen to have such a tree (or know someone who does), this would make a great addition to it!
If you’re looking for a pink ornament for a young girl, but don’t want something too “cartoony,” this pair of ballet slippers could make a great alternative.
The description says the ornament is “hand-crafted using techniques that originated in the 1800’s,” where molten glass is mouth-blown into finely carved molds.
Of course this would make a wonderful gift for any dancer, or even someone who is simply a fan of ballet.
After finding several pretty pink ornaments on Amazon, I headed over to Etsy and found a few more!
This is a beautiful, handmade linen ornament to celebrate a baby girl’s first Christmas. (I’ve always been a big fan of bears, so it’s no surprise that this one caught my eye!)
One section is decorated with the miniature hand embroidered little bear in a stocking, while another section can be personalized by having the baby’s name and birth date embroidered on it. The section in-between those two are pink with white polka-dots.
Do you know a little girl who loves princesses? If so, this pink and white castle ornament might make a great gift for her. It can be personalized in two places: on the castle itself above the door, and the banner underneath. In the image above, they put the girl’s name and the year, making this a lovely keepsake for many years to come.
If you’re looking for a pink ornament that’s detailed and ornate, this is a gorgeous choice. It’s a Christmas tree, painted a shimmering pink, embellished with genuine Swarovski crystals in white and dark pink. One side is decorated with light pink and purple pearls, and the other has gleaming white faux pearls. An intricate silver-metallic trim wraps around both sides, and the edges are finished with clear faux pearls, which drip off the bottom edges in a style that’s intended to be reminiscent of icicles.
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So what do you think? Were you able to find the perfect ornament that will give your tree a lovely pink touch this Christmas?
If not — or even if you did — here’s a video for how you can make your own pink bell ornaments and decorate them with bows.
DIY Pink Bell Ornaments with Bows