Mini lights are extremely popular when it comes to adding warmth, ambiance, and light to an event, garden area, business, or home. Pink mini lights are a non-traditional color of mini light, I'll give you that; but think of all ways they could be used to dress up a special occasion, holiday, or display! In case you may be drawing a blank, allow us to help you a bit with the following ideas.
In the last three years we've seen a surge in demand for pink mini lights - especially from folks in Florida. Perhaps they are using them to accent their cool yard flamingos.
Here is what one of our customers who bought several sets of our pink mini lights on green wire:I just wanted to say how pleased I was to receive my Christmas lights.
They not only arrived within 3 days of ordering but they are bright and look great on my tree. Thanks again!
I will definitely order again when I change the theme of my Christmas tree! =)
The color red is pretty much heralded as the primary color associated with Valentine's Day. However, imagine using pink mini lights along with red mini lights on an artificial tree, around windows or doorways, or on your buffet table. The pink light instantly compliments the red color and you have a wonderfully romantic atmosphere in which to enjoy your spouse, significant other, or friends and family.
I think it's safe to say that most girls love the color pink. Create a princess wonderland for a girl's birthday party with pink mini lights draped around the dining room ceiling, chandelier, around the gift table, and around her cake in addition to the candles. Intertwine them with white tulle for a special touch around the birthday girls' chair at the table. She'll feel like a princess all day long and the party will create memories she won't soon forget.
You may have heard somewhere that everyone looks fantastic when bathed in candlelight, so that is the best lighting for a romantic dinner or special evening event. The light cast from our pink lights is incredibly flattering. Consider adorning your dining room sideboard with our pink mini lights for soft and complexion-enhancing light.
A girl's bedroom is the perfect place to light up with pink mini lights. Use them to outline the canopy above her bed or around her mirror on her dresser. These lights are also a great way to illuminate her animals that are lined along her ceiling shelves. She'll enjoy seeing them in the evening before she falls asleep.
Mini lights of several colors are seen during the Christmas holiday. Why not use pink mini lights on your white or green Christmas tree this year? Compliment your pink light strands with white pearls, bows, and ornaments that go along with the theme of pink and white. It will be a stunning tree and one you'll remember for years to come.
Some of our customers are putting Barbie to good use with a Barbie themed Chistmas tree for their daughter's room. How cool to accent that favorite girl's toy with some pink strings of lights. Add pink and silver glass balls to complete the look.
Our pink lights combined with blue lights make a wonderful princess tree. Add some dollar store tiaras with silver, pink and blue ornaments and you're daughter will think she is truly royalty!
Our pink mini lights look great out of doors too! Do you have pink flamingos in your yard? They'll become even more festive and fun when decorated with pink mini lights. You'll enjoy seeing them as you sit on the porch in the evening, enjoying some pink lemonade.
A few other ideas for pink mini lights might include: baby showers, bridal showers, Sweetest Day, Easter, or simply for every day use, just for fun.
When it comes to pink mini lights, think outside the box, and you'll likely come up with several more great ideas for using them around the house, outside, or for your business. Get creative and have some fun!
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