Are you in need of some fun, romantic décor for your Valentine’s Day celebration? This red, pink and white Valentine’s Day tree will add that extra special touch to any room.
I’ve started a new tradition around here.
Converting my Christmas tree into a Valentine’s Day tree.
Especially if the tree already has some red on it.
That way I don’t have to take the tree down, and can leave a lot of the ornaments on. Which makes the re-decorating process much easier.
After removing the decorations that are obviously Christmas, all I had to do was add some hearts and roses to turn it into a Valentine’s tree.
Hang heart ornaments
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Adding hearts immediately gives the tree some Valentine ambience.
And these wood heart ornaments are perfect.
They come in pink and red. And the lacy background almost looks like a doily.
Add faux roses
One of the easiest ways to add romance to a tree is with faux roses.
So I stuck a lot of these single pink roses into the tree branches.
As well as these bunches of small pink faux roses.
I bought them at the dollar store, so they were very inexpensive.
And they make a pretty big statement.
Stick in heart picks
A few heart picks add texture to the tree and glitter to the tree.
Which go well with the other Valentine ornaments.
As well as all of the red ornaments and picks that were left on the tree from Christmas.
Put up a Valentine tree topper
For the tree topper, I used a heart-shaped door hanger.
With it’s red, pink and white colors, it goes with the tree perfectly.
To make it stay upright, I hung it from the ceiling above the tree.
The finished tree
The finished tree looks so pretty in front of the fireplace in my office.
Especially with the red fabric covering the wall, a temporary addition that I put up as part of my Christmas decorations.
And the white tree really glows when the lights are on.
With the rest of the mantel decorations, the whole room is a glamorous way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Other Valentine’s decor ideas you might like
- Hearts and roses Valentine tree
- Paper hearts Valentine tablescape
- Pink flower centerpieces
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