This post was sponsored by Tree Classics. All opinions and projects are my own.
In case you didn’t know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Most of us know someone who has been affected by breast cancer, and I’m certainly no exception to that rule. When Tree Classics reached out to me about working with them on a project to highlight Breast Cancer Awareness month, I was so stoked! Not only is it amazing cause, but it meant Christmas got to come really early this year!
And I am 100% okay with that!
I chose the Kennedy Fir Slim Artificial Tree from Tree Classics. We have a much smaller space this year, which has been fun but challenging. I love that the slim tree gives us all the Christmas spirit in a slimmer, trimmer profile that fits in our living room perfectly!
Of course I wanted to make all the decor on the tree PINK. Most of you probably remember that I’m not a huge fan of rules when it comes to seasonal decor—I like to use blues and creams and greens in my fall decor (not an orange fan!). I’ve never been one to only decorate in red and green for Christmas either, so pink was a fun and welcome addition and a great way to raise breast cancer awareness during Christmas!
There are a million shades of pink but I decided to go with a softer pink with accents of gold to match my style. I absolutely love it!
A good friend of mine lost her mother to breast cancer years ago. In honor of her, my friend and I participated in a 60-mile walk that spanned three days to raise awareness of the disease. I’ll never forget how amazing the other women were as well as the people who lined the roads to cheer us on. I’m truly honored to raise awareness about breast cancer and the millions of people who are affected by it.
Thanks once again to Tree Classics for partnering with me to spread the word about Breast Cancer Awareness Month—and for helping Christmas to come earlier for me this year! 🙂
What about you all? What does Breast Cancer Awareness Month mean to you?