[ Hot Pink-a-ristmas]
Christmas is for children, but as adults we need to see and experience Christmas through a child's eyes. Enjoy the holiday as a child. What better way to have fun than with a pink Christmas tree. One that is all glitter and bright.
Centerpiece: Start with a glittery table cloth. I used gold and added a large polka dot hot pink/fuchsia ribbon. Target has mini pink trees! For an adult spin, I added boxwood trees in silver goblets. A string of LED star lights added some light to the setting.
I also tried a garland of greens down the middle. Then, I added and a big pink Christmas ball and LED crackel glass orbs. There are so many options for this adult fantasy table.
Place Setting; Elf on the shelf left his stocking on a plate. I've had these cute stocking plates and have always used them for dessert. How cute are these. Instead of the ornaments on the tree, they are on the napkin rings. Kim Seibert designed napkin rings found at Home Goods. Whenever I see the Kim Seibert rings, I purchase them. They sparkle and have that unique glow that adds to my "dull" fuchsia napkins.
Merry Pink Christmas!