As the season of love approaches us, instead of packing up the Christmas tree after the holiday season, this new trend has people redecorating it with pink hearts and love-themed decorations.
There is no fixed time as to when you have to take down your Christmas trees and decorations. While some people take it off right after Christmas, others may wait until New Year’s or even later. But, if you ever find yourself needing justification for keeping up your tree through February, then you are going to love this year's latest trend, which is none other than Valentine’s Day trees!
Instead of packing up the Christmas tree after the holiday season, this new trend has people leaving the tree and redecorating it with pink hearts and love-themed decorations to celebrate February 14.
Actually you can leave any red ornaments up and store your Valentine’s Day gifts for loved ones underneath it. In order to start, you can get a bright pink tree or save your Christmas tree to celebrate the holiday of love.
Then you can grab your pink, red, and white decorations and maybe you want to use purple to add an additional splash of color. You can also recycle your big red and white Christmas ball ornaments, along with strings of white and pink lights. If you are feeling up for work, then you can make your own paper garland or homemade ornaments. The Christmas Angel tree topper can be replaced with a big poofy bow, hearts, roses, cupid, or any other thing that signifies Valentine's Day.
In case you don't feel like going through so much effort, you can get a huge number of Valentine's Day tree decorations from Amazon. The little gifts wrapped in red, pink, and white can go under the tree and we can already imagine how adorable it must look. Even miniature trees can be used for the V-Day fun.
In case you don't have the time or energy or simply the will to make a completely new tree from scratch, then you can get a ready-made one from Treetopia. The price starts at $99.9 and you can check them out right here.