This year pink is a must for the holidays. Pink is paramount in fashion, as well as in interior design and home décor. Remember that Pantone chose Rose Quartz as one of the 2016 colors.
We usually consider pink as the color of baby showers, girls party, spring and summer gatherings and, above all, the perfect wedding color. But, have you ever thought about adopting pink hues for your Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday party decorations? Here is how.
Dreamy pink holiday decorations
First of all, there are hundreds of different shades of pink: I‘ve found this article very interesting to discover more about this lovely color.
In general, pink tones match perfectly with grey (aged zinc!), white, silver and gold, black, green, earthy tones and copper.
You can add warmth to your holiday decorations with glittering acorns, caramel scented candles, cinnamon stars or sticks.
You can unleash your creativity with gifts packaging: all you need is white gift papers and pinkish ribbons, or a simple natural hemp twine. Depending on your style, you can set a new romantic, shabby chic mood under the Christmas tree, or a modern stylish mood, with brilliant fuchsia wrappings and black ribbons.
But where you can give your best, is in setting a festive tablescape. We’ve put together a short style guide on how to decorate your dining table for the holidays.
Table settings ideas for the Holidays
If you are so lucky to live in a warm country, we have some outdoor holidays ideas for you. Pink and gold will definitely add glamour to your tablesetting. Peonies, hydrangeas and even pepper berries, create a magical and intimate atmosphere. Pink goblets and glass plates will set the holiday scene.
Talking about flowers, you can bring the outdoor in, even in winter, by decorating with green and natural elements. Make simple but beautiful centerpieces with roses, pink berries, eucalyptus and other tree branches. Wrap the napkins with fir or pine sprigs, rosemary, cinnamon sticks.
Copper flatware is just perfect with pink shades. Another chic way to decorate with pink, is to use little led light strings on the table, or in transparent jars: light uplifts any rose palette.
And, finally, a sweet and happy ending with a beautiful design touch suggested by Barbara Toselli (food blogger, stylist and photographer) in this gorgeous pic: mince pies on our Tè Rosa dessert plate.
Discover more DishesOnly pink collections here and…. have glam Pink Holidays!
Photo credits via Pinterest: Style Curator; Lindsey Brunk; Justimagine-ddoc.