Pink and Gold Floral Christmas Tree

I got out of my comfort zone for this year’s Michaels Dream Tree Challenge! Not only did I use flowers, I used PINK flowers. I have NEVER decorated a Christmas tree with pink! Let alone, flowers. Until this year. And it turned out amazing! I was shocked at how it all came together so well. See what you think of my Pink + Gold Floral Christmas Tree!

Pink and Gold Floral Christmas Tree

GORGEOUS Pink + Gold Floral Christmas Tree :: Love the peonies!



This Christmas tree challenged me and I loved it. It is very feminine and pretty. Which makes me think this baby is a girl! {I am due any day now with baby #4.} I have always been a traditional kind of girl when it comes to Christmas trees. So I was totally surprised when I fell in love with the pink Christmas florals at Michaels this year.

Rose Gold Floral Christmas Tree

When I went to Michaels to figure out what theme I was going to do for this year’s Dream Tree Challenge, I saw these GORGEOUS pink peonies {below} and I knew immediately I had to use them! The pink peonies were the inspiration for my tree this year.

Floral Christmas Tree

Pink Christmas Peonies

Aren’t these pink peonies perfection?!! The beads and glitter dress them up and make them perfect for a Christmas tree.

Pink Floral Christmas Tree

I used two different pink floral stems on my Pink and Gold Floral Christmas tree.

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Michaels sent me a 9 foot willow tree that I absolutely love. The shape is perfect. It’s more tall and skinny vs short and fat and I love it! And it has the coolest feature. The electrical is run down the center of the tree so you don’t have to dig around and find the dang plugs for each section to plug into each other. I simply assembled the 3 sections and plugged it in at the bottom and ta-da! The whole tree lit up. And for the record, I put this tree up while 8.5 months pregnant. It’s super easy to set up!

Rustic pink and floral Christmas tree

I balanced the soft, feminine flowers with some antlers picks. This was another item I was very iffy about. I wasn’t sure how they’d look on a Christmas tree. But oh my goodness, they look amazing! I love how they stick out and add some subtle masculinity to the tree.

Pink + Floral Christmas Tree

I couldn’t come up with a good tree topper to fit this over-the-top Christmas tree, so I decided to use a Merry Christmas banner to be the focal point for my tree this year. I feel like it was the perfect cherry on top and no topper was needed. It’s a bare wood banner I found in the Christmas section at Michaels. I strung it with gold bakers twine, but you can’t really see the twine.

Floral Christmas tree decorations - peonies

Michaels has their largest tree assortment this year, including colored and flocked trees. Check out all of their trees, ornaments and coordinating holiday décor on Michaels.comgold Christmas decor

Inspired to start decorating your own tree? Make sure you visit Michaels’ blog, The Glue String, to see the rest of the Michaels Makers’ dream holiday trees that were created this year.

Pink floral Christmas Tree

What do you think? Could you decorate your Christmas tree with pink florals?
Check out these awesome Dream Trees done by my fellow Michaels Makers!
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Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Michaels. I received free product to try. All opinions are mine.
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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
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  1. 1

    This tree reminded me of a time when I lived in a big farm house and I would put a Victorian tree up in one room and a traditional tree up in another room. I love your tree. We still buy a real one, but I have to admit, only to you though, that this easily assembled tall, skinny tree tempted me!

    Cindy Bee

  2. 2
    Jan Goff

    I deen o y trees is called “Pretty in Pink. I use a black tree and lots of pink ornaments. I also and some Pearl ornaments and some silver ornaments. Then I add in some pink feathers. Your tree looks great! I love the pink peonies and the antlers. I often use peonies in my trees. I love the look of flowers mixed in on a tree.

  3. 3
    Sandy_in_MD

    Stunningly beautiful!

  4. 4
    Jan Goff

    I do multiple trees and one of my Irees is called “Pretty in Pink. I use a black tree and lots of pink ornaments. I also add some Pearl ornaments and some silver ornaments. Then I add in some pink feathers. Your tree looks great! I love the pink peonies and the antlers. I often use peonies in my trees. I love the look of flowers mixed in on a tree.

  5. 5

    This is absolutely beautiful. Wow. I LOVE the pink. Really well done!

  6. 6

    Such a gorgeous tree! I never would have thought about using the pink and gold together but it really does look beautiful!

  7. 7

    I love this! I saw all the pink and pastel chtistmas decor at michaels a few weeks ago, and I can’t wait to build up my collection. The peonies look really sweet, I might try that!

  8. 8
    Vurginia

    Beautiful. Several years ago one of my trees, actually our main Tree was done in pinks and mauve. I used different shades of ribbons pink, mauve, and wine all tried together in bows, had some mauve balls, white ornaments and mauve/pink poinsettias. Did it all on a shoe string budget. Used it for many years. My packages were all tied in pink and mauve bows. Still have a large box of pink and mauve bows and paper. I just told my husband I needed to do another pink Tree to use it up. So yes pink is okay.