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A Pink Train Birthday Party

I love all the pretty, girly details of little Sophie’s third birthday party. Add in the unexpectedly updated train theme (glittery pink trains? yes, please!) and this party is just too sweet. Each little girl took home a personalized canvas bag with a train motif on the front and a wooden train whistle tucked inside. Loads of streamers, ribbons and fabric bunting made the whole space feel incredibly festive, while pretty little extras like custom water bottle wrappers brought all the details together. Plus, little Sophie is literally too cute for words. Thanks so much for sharing, Stacie!

Shop this party –
Train whistles / personalized canvas bags / train cookie cutter / paper straws.

{Photos by Stacie Hawley Photography.}

Party Palette: Barn Red + Denim
Loving Bridal Fashion

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Thursday 20th of September 2012

Laura, did you ever find out where to get the train invitations? I would LOVE to replicate.


Monday 30th of January 2012

Also, what was your source for the ticket invites as well if you don't mind sharing???


Tuesday 31st of January 2012

Hi Laura! This is not actually a party that I planned so I apologize that I don't have any further details on where everything was sourced. I would give Etsy a try for ticket invitations though, as well as wooden trains. Hope this helps!


Monday 30th of January 2012

Where did you get the wooden trains from?? I LOVE them!!! My daughter is turning two and is obsessed with trains. We are planing to do a train party for her in March.


Tuesday 29th of November 2011

Where did you get the wooden trains from?! They are so cute! I'm thinking of doing a two-two train party for my daughter's 2nd birthday on dec. 23rd. If you could let me know where you go those wooden trains, that'd be awesome. thanks!

Vanessa Jubis

Friday 30th of September 2011

So so sweet and perfect! Love it!