Move over, orange and black! Pink Halloween decorations are this year’s newest trend, and we’re embracing the chance to mix things up. This year has been a non-traditional year in many ways, so why not opt for a non-traditional Halloween color scheme too?
According to Google Trends, searches for “pink Halloween decor” are up almost 100% since last October, and the Instagram hashtag #pinkhalloween has been picking up steam as well, with over 7,000 new images tagged. Of course, you don’t have to do a total overhaul of your holiday decorations: Pick a few rosy statement pieces and mix them in with your traditional orange and black decor pieces.
To help you get started, we’ve rounded up our favorite pink pumpkins, wall hangings, and bat-themed decor.
Mercury Glass Pumpkins
If you’re more of an upscale decorator, these mercury glass pumpkins are an easy way to add a pop of pink to your decor. Use them to dress up a Halloween mantel or make them the star of this year’s Halloween centerpiece. Choose from a 10-inch tall gourd shape, 5-inch tall small pumpkin, or 3-inch tall mini pumpkin—or buy the set!
Buy It: Mercury Glass Pumpkins ($29, Pottery Barn)
While we won’t be throwing any big Halloween parties this year due to social distancing restrictions, we’ll still be finding fun ways to celebrate at home. Whether you’re serving hot dog mummies for lunch or plating up a tasty Halloween dessert, this set of six pink paper plates makes a festive addition.
Buy It: Halloween Plates ($6 for 6, Etsy)
We love adding velvet pumpkins to our Halloween decor, and these are available in a gorgeous rosy hue. The pumpkins come in four sizes (from extra small 4-inch pumpkins to the extra large 10-inch variety), and the seller