2021 is THE year to start making new traditions at-home. If you don’t decorate your Christmas tree for Valentine’s Day yet, it’s the perfect time to start this new tradition. The color combo of this Valentine’s Day themed Christmas tree is kind of dreamily vintage… no regrets. This post may contain affiliate links.
To keep things forever fresh, I decided to continue using my new teal Christmas tree for this romance themed decor.
I am obsessed with how it came out. The best part is that it came together so easily with very simple decorations.
ROMANTIC VALENTINE’S THEMED CHRISTMAS TREE
CHRISTMAS TREE FOR VALENTINE’S DAY– I’m totally obsessed with my teal tree this year but any tree can work including a traditional green one. It looks even more stunning when the light hits it. This particular shade is fairly hard to find. The main brand that puts it out is Vickerman. If you can grab one, I highly recommend it. Here is the smaller tree that I purchased, here. The full sized are very expensive, so it’s little itty bitty tree for now.
RED AND WHITE STRIPED RIBBON – One of the first things that I knew I wanted for this tree was the perfect garland. I couldn’t find one that I loved, so I decided to go with this pretty striped ribbon. I cut it into strips and attached it around the tree using pipe cleaner. I adore how pretty it looks.
MR & MRS CAKE TOPPER – Don’t laugh, but I used this cake topper to add to the romantic vibe of this tree. Seriously, no regrets. I love it!
HOW TO ADD VALENTINE’S DAY CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS
Now that I have shared everything that I used to decorate, I thought it would be a good idea to tell you exactly how I put it all together.
- Add the heart piñata as a tree topper. When I add them in place of a traditional topper, I remove the bottom opening where you normally put candy in. Then, I use scissors to make the bottom larger so that I can wiggle it down further on the tree for a balanced look.
- Position your sign if you are using one.
- Add your garland or ribbon. It’s important that this looks nice and balanced throughout your tree before adding your ornaments.
- Place your larger featured ornaments like mini piñatas, faux rose buds, etc. before adding smaller ornaments.
- Finally add all of your smaller ornaments to fill in all of the empty spaces until the tree looks nice and full.
Want even more fun ways to transform a Christmas tree for V-day?
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UPDATE! While planning for my Easter tree, I decided to pull out my very first pink Christmas tree.
I decide to swap out my decorations and I totally love it! I figured I would include it to give you more options if you are considering which colored tree to invest in.
I had also planned on including these SUPER adorable gummy bear ornaments originally, but they arrived SO late. They finally came in and I am so happy with what a cute addition they made. Obsessed!
Do you decorate your tree for different holidays, too?