Pink Train Party

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A few weeks ago Miss E turned the BIG 2! I am honestly still in shock that I have a two year old, I feel like I just brought her home from the hospital. Even though time is completely flying by, I have to admit I am loving this age (so far). Every day is a new adventure.

When it came the time to pick a theme for the party I knew right away what I wanted to do for her. We have a train that goes through the town we live in and you can hear the horn from our house. Miss E LOVES it and has quickly become obsessed with choo-choo trains. I think we watched Polar Express 1,000 times this holiday season and we even took her on a real train ride to ‘the north pole’. So it only made sense to give her a very girly Pink Train Party.

We had the party at an activity center this year so I wasn’t able to go all out with the theme like her 1st birthday, but here are some of the little touches I put together.

Pink Train Party by Design, Dining + Diapers

Most of the inspiration for the party came from this train party from Stacey Hawley Photography. I love what she did!

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I created the invites with my Silhouette Cameo. I downloaded a ticket shape and then created the graphics myself.

Train Party Invite by Design, Dining + Diapers

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I also created the little cupcakes toppers using my Silhouette Cameo. I’ve seen ones you can purchase on Etsy if you don’t have the ability to create them yourself.

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I kept the party favors simple and put together little bags filled with pink and white candy and filled a little wooden crate I picked up at Michaels.

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You can view the tutorial for the Canvas sign here.

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 And of course Miss E needed a little Birthday Girl Shirt! It wasn’t train themed but it was pink :) (Tutorial here)

So there are just a few of the little things I put together for her party this year.

 

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Taryn is the owner/editor of Design, Dining and Diapers, a lifestyle blog that focuses primarily on DIY home decor, seasonal crafts, easy recipes and just being a mom! She is all about making things for less by upcycling thrift store finds, using what’s on hand and transforming dollar store finds. Taryn lives in the greater Seattle area with her husband, 2 year old daughter and newborn son.

Comments

  1. says

    Such a cute birthday idea! I really love the tickets, I was surprised with a Cricut for Christmas and have yet to use it… I am guessing it is similar to a silhouette machine.

  2. JaneEllen says

    Girl you never fail to amaze me with all you do, how talented you are. And you don’t think you did much for your little sweetie’s b/d? wow. You gals so inspire me what all you do for your kids b/d’s. It’s wonderful I think.
    I offered to make a banner for a little gal I know for her son’s 2nd. b/d on Saturday. He loves basketball and green and yellow. I’m still figuring out how I’m going to make it. I offered to make it for her to show other Mom’s so maybe they’d have me make banners for them. I’ve been trying to find a way to get the word out about what I do. I can’t afford to advertise or go to crafts fairs so I’ve been thinking on a way to get noticed. When she told me about her little guys b/d I decided to talk to her about it. She was thrilled when I offered to make it. Wish me luck ok? I’m kinda nervous about it but what do I have to lose? The Mom works at Burger King we visit too often.
    Happy Week Taryn.

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