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You will want to line up on the platform for an invitation to this adorable Train Party. Birthday party ideas and inspiration by Katie, of Petite Social!  Celebrating a fourth birthday is loads of fun with train snacks and a real train ride through the trees.  Not to mention, the cute photo prop that lets each guest be the conductor!  All aboard!

Katie always has a great party to share, and she knows just the right touches and details to make a party shine!  Notice how the party colors coordinate with this vintage train that was available for the guests to enjoy~

Hosting a party at a local depot adds to the excitement of the day!  Katie shows us how to make the party treats appropriate and easy for an outdoor party- and how to style them to perfection!  Katie designed all of the printed cupcake toppers and other party stationery herself!

Cupcakes and Rice Krispie Treats are always kid-favorites, and Katie makes them party-perfect!

Katie also had ice cream for the children and provided a toppings bar for them to create their own flavors!


I know they wanted to dive in each bucket!

And, how cute is the photo booth?  What a great way to capture the day for each guest!

Thank you for sharing your son's party, Katie!  I always love all of your special party touches!

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Reader Comments (6)

Divine party! Loved all of the sweet treats, and the printables were precious!
March 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAlison Lawson
Hi! Love this! Who made the rice krispie sticks?
January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDanielle
Oh wow the whole decoration is awesome! I bet the little boy and all his guests had a really great time.
March 5, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterUrsa
Hi there, can you please share how you did the rice krispie treats? Is the chocolate blue? Thanks!!
November 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNatalie
Could you please share your rice krispie treat recipe with me. I am having a couple baby shower for my nephew and would love to have them since they are having a boy. Thank you so much.
September 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterGilda Shatford
Hi! Thank you for your inquiries into how to make the Rice Kirspies Pops- you can use store-bought or homemade Rice Krispie Treats. Cut them in half for store-bought. Cute to the size you like for homemade. Melt blue chocolate melts (found at craft and baking stores such as Michael's or Hobby Lobby) or melt white chocolate chips or bark and tint the shade of your choice using food coloring.
Dip the treat into the melted chocolate and then add sprinkles. Tie ribbon on lollipop stick before inserting into treat. I hope you all enjoy!
September 7, 2014 | Registered CommenterLydia Menzies

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