Simple Pastel Christmas Decorations

a pastel christmas decorations

I have dreamed of a pastel christmas since as long as I could remember. Christmas is my favorite holiday by far and as much as I love the traditional red, green and gold that usually adorns our household during the festive season I have also wanted a beautiful pastel filled Christmas one day.  The kind that make you feel like you are surrounded in a snowy white winter wonderland. Since I just revamped my living room with pastels and neutrals, I thought this Christmas I would put our red and gold tree in the back room and get a new pastel theme going in our front room.

I have been pouring over gorgeous pastel Christmas ideas for a few weeks now. From stunning table settings like above thatΒ look full of magical to beautiful pastel colored decorations below, I have been in awe of it all and can’t wait to get started on my pastel theme Christmas.

Pastel Christmas Tree Decorations:

pastel christmas decorations, including reindeers, picture frames and birds

Pastel Swallow Baubles

Pastel Glass Baubles

Set of Four Vintage Pastel Tree Frames

I fell in love with these little swallow baubles, something and unique for my pastel Christmas tree. I just loved these etsy handmade pastel wooden reindeer ornaments too! They were so cute. With kids it’s always a must to have a few classy picture frame ornaments on the tree too. I have never been one to get just one type of tree ornaments, I like a variety of colors, shapes, sizes to truly create something unique.

A white Christmas tree with pastel tree decorations

I wasn’t sure if I should adorn my new living room with a green tree and just use pastel christmas decorations or if I should go the whole haul and get a white christmas tree. My mind was made up when I realized I had over Β£150 tesco voucher to use and this tree was only Β£40 and it’s a 6 footer too! Bonus. I think all my pastel christmas ornaments will looked amazing on here and I even bought some light blue mesh ribbon that I think is really going to stand out on the white branches and make the perfect pastel Christmas tree. Now to just find white lights on white robe so the green doesn’t shine through! Or maybe some simple pastel Christmas lights – but that might be a challenge.

Pastel Christmas Wrapping Paper 

pastel christmas decorations

Cute Wrapping Paper

Pink Christmas Wrapping Paper

Pastel Silk Ribbon

Flowers & Windmills Wrapping Paper

I couldn’t forget to go the whole haul and locate some pastel wrapping paper. I don’t mind that some of it isn’t specifically for Christmas. Pastel wrapping paper can be used for a plethora of holidays. I am still on the look out for mutli-colored pastel christmas paper but here are a few I think would look great under a white christmas tree and still match my theme.

Pastel Christmas Room Decorations

A white Christmas stocking with a pink floral stag on it

Now I really went out of my comfort zone here with these stockings for a few different reasons. One: they match my new stag look in the living room, two: they were free using my tesco vouchers – thank you double club boost, and three: they were too pretty to pass by but the only problem is now I have to find two matching pastel colored stockings for Mr P and Buba as I got two of these for Missy Moo and I. Maybe I should have bought four and the guys could strut the pink, what do you think?

pastel christmas decorations

Pastel Tea Light Holders

I absolutely love these pastel crystal garland lights. My living room is pink, green and blue mostly so they couldn’t match more perfectly. I could probably get away with using them all year around if I am honest. I love to dress my fireplace up so these are high on my wishlist for my pastel christmas decorating. Christmas isn’t Christmas without tea light holders lit about giving off that winter holiday ambience right?

What do you think of my pastel Christmas theme? Are you a more traditional Christmas decorator? Do you use the same color scheme each year or do you like to change it up? Would love to hear what you are doing this Christmas in your house! Comment below..

Check out my Pastel Christmas Haul on my YouTube Channel below…I found some great finds!
http://youtu.be/xX4as8YvKtw

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77 thoughts on “Simple Pastel Christmas Decorations”

  1. Oh wow I think it’s going to look beautiful! Every now and then I think about doing a themed tree but as we buy decorations as our holiday souvenirs starting with the star on the top that we bought on our honeymoon there are just too many memories in our eclectic bunch to change it! If you’re still looking for white rope light gave you tried looking at the icicle lights that can be outdoor or indoor? We’ve had a few different sets on the front of the house and they’re always on white.

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    • Oh thanks Carie! Appreciate the light tip! Oh yes well I have that too with my first tree. So I am putting up two trees this year! lol You can never have too much christmas in the house.

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  2. Very pretty, I am a HUGE pastel fan (nearly all my home) I had a white tree with pink glitter decs a few years ago, I think next year when we are in our new home I shall be having pastel again in our kitchen area for sure xxx

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  3. All these pictures are so pretty! I’m having a bit of a facepalm-moment here, in that I can’t believe I’ve never thought outside the red/green box myself before. Even though I don’t particularly like that colour scheme! You’ve chosen some wonderful things and I’m sure it’s going to look gorgeous.

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  4. I love it Jenny!! I’m totally not a ‘traditional’ person, & these colours look so great together- they’re soft, warm & create a much nicer look than the greens & reds. I’m in love with the White company xmas cataloge & I’ve decided we’ll go for a classy White & gold theme here! Xx

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  5. Wow. Your house will look amazing in those gorgeous pastel colours Jenny! I love all of the above! Can’t wait to see it all done. Linking up for for 1st time in ages (I got my mojo back a bit!) thanks! Thanks for hosting such a fab link up x

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  6. Your house is going to look amazing!
    We have a real mishmash of decorations, some were my grandmothers! It is lovely to have sentimental things at Christmas but I love your idea of having different themes in different rooms – why haven’t I ever thought of that??!
    I’m going to see what the family think of the idea. I’m thinking my girls will love the idea of more decorating!
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Xx

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    • Do it!! I am branching out and inspiring others to do the same. Cant wait. I am hoping this year our house looks like santas work shop the pastel version. Hahaha

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  7. That pastel theme looks gorgeous – and I love the white tree. Our tree is a real mish-mash of colour and there is a part of me that would love to have a colour theme but a lot of our tree decorations have been gifts or have memories attached so I think we will leave it at least for now. Love all your tree decorations – especially the little photo frames πŸ™‚

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  8. I’d never opt for a white tree myself, but I’m a big fan of the pastel colours. I love white and mint green on a tree, so one day I might work myself up to that. At the moment we have purple and silver, but I’d like to start including teal/blues as well. I love matching wrapping paper too. Looks really classy compared to a mish mash

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  9. I totally thought I’d already commented on this wee post. I definitely read it the other day! Anyway, what I thought I said was that it all looks so pretty Jenny! I love the softer colours and think your white tree will look so chic! Our main tree is a bit of a mishmash of decorations that we have collected over the years. It’s all of such sentimental value that I just have to put it out every year. The one in our hallway will be much more like this though – silver, white and glass ornaments. Thankfully my children are that bit older now and delicate things aren’t so much of a risk! πŸ™‚ Loved this pet xxx

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    • Yes as they age you can buy nicer and more decorations that are fragile. I want an all glass ornament one in my dining room someday. Lol when tots are older for sure. Thanks for commenting again sorry if the first one didnt show up bless ya.

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  10. You’ve given me some great inspiration. I always go for red and gold on my tree but am thinking that next year I will get 2 trees and try something new. My girls have a pink and silver tree in their bedroom (they couldn’t wait until December) and it looks really lovely, so pretty and fresh looking.

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  11. Really lovely and pretty, I love the colours. We have the traditional red, green, gold and silver which goes well in our house but I do love the pastels, I don’t think hubby would go for it though, too girly for him! #sharewithme

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  12. It’s very pretty – not sure I’d get away with it in a male dominated household though – you’ve got an ally in Missy Moo! We have a mixture of bits that have been collected over the years, plus I like to be able to use bits the children have made because Christmas is all about them really, which is not to say that I don’t have decor envy πŸ˜‰ X #sharewithme

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  13. Jenny this is simply gorg! Beautiful photos and an amazing pastel theme. If I could do it I would do it for sure but I’d probably have to remortgage the house to start a fresh with the lounge, tree and decs. I’d need pastel slippers too. Thank you for sharing.

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    • Oh honestly i didnt spend much. Tree was only Β£40 used tesco voucher. Got most of everything else on ebay or amazon. You dont have to spend fortunes to make it pretty. Lol

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  14. So pretty! We’ve never gotten around to doing a “theme” with our trees, yet. Most of our decorations are cast-offs from our moms! I would love to do one this year, though I still haven’t decided on the color scheme!

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    • They are great bargains at tescos for xmas decorations. You dont have to spend a fortune to make your tree themed and special. I cant wait to put this up and see how it all comes together.

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  15. Wowsers, you are so organised! I made salt dough stars to decorate our tree the first Christmas after S was born, and we’re still using them! I love the idea of being able to make everything match though – can’t wait to see photos of your finished pastel Christmas house!

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  16. This is going to look so lovely. We moved house in February and didn’t have many decorations up at our old place last Christmas because we were mid-packing. I can’t wait to make things look really festive this year. Our theme is very traditional, mainly gold. I’d love to try a different look but I can’t bear the thought of throwing out some of my favourite old decs x

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  17. It is very beautiful. We started collecting decorations whenever we travelled. Now there’s a lot less travelling with the children we tend to pick up hand crafted things from stuff we do with the kids. I got some gorgeous handmade wooden tree ornaments from a farm we went to the other day. I like to think that as our collection builds over the years each dec will have it’s own little story for me to bore the kids with!
    #sharewithme

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  18. Stunning. Beautiful. Simple. I saw your vlog on #MumTalkTV and now I can DEFINITELY see why you get no sleep! Biggest respect for the decaf too btw πŸ˜‰

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  19. Oooh love your haul Jenny! I think this sort of colour scheme would look good in our house, but I would need to invest some serious dollar to buy all new stuff! I think a white tree in our kitchen would look fab though. We have had the same colour scheme for a few years which I do love, but I always buy a few new bits every year, I can’t help myself! x

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    • Oh becky i did it so cheap. Β£40 white tree from tesco and its 6ft too! Silver star and orbaments from tesco and ebay. Fantastic bargains. Now i just need white lights. Lol

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  20. I love this theme πŸ™‚ I generally stick to silver and white, but so far on a green tree… I think that once we’ve decorated the new house I will theme the rooms a bit more, something to look forward to next year πŸ™‚

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  21. Hello there, I love your pastel theme it’s so pretty! We have been collecting decorations of different themes but it would be nice to have a single theme-I’m putting my thinking cap on! Lovely photos too by the way x #sharewithme

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  22. These look great and so pleased you’re getting to opportunity of having your dream themed Christmas. I try and change my every so often. The last couple of years we’ve got very bright and gaudy as that’s what Lucas wanted. This year Lucas helped me choose and it looks like we’re going very traditional with a countryside theme – can’t wait to see how it looks. #sharewithme

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  23. Even though the traditional colours are lovely and very festive, I would have to agree with you and say that the pastels definitely add a touch of elegance. I love all the items you’ve picked out. I try to change the colour scheme every year, so think I will be trying out some new ideas next week when we go and get the tree!

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    • Oh that sound fantastic. I wish I could do every year that would be brilliant. I am going over board this year as last year we went to Lanzarote so we had no tree up! Look forward to seeing what you get.

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