November 29, 2022Review Recipe
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All aboard! This choo-choo train birthday party is leaving the station. Cake Inc. styled this party in shades of red, blue and white—a perfect color combination for little kids. Chug along with us as we explore every bit of cuteness including a dessert table full of traditional sweets plus a delicious looking mud cake. Don’t miss the cute decorations or cookie party favors.
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Everyone goes crazy for dessert tables, especially when they are home to a variety of delicious dessert favorites.
Classic desserts like cake, cookies, cake pops, cupcakes, and candy are always in style. This choo choo train birthday party included all the classics plus a few extra special party treats.
The star of the show was definitely the birthday cake—a gigantic chocolate mud variety topped with an adorable fondant train.
Choo choo cupcakes provided an easy hand-held option and were dressed up in monogram “B” paper toppers honoring the birthday boy or girl. Serving up cupcakes is a great option to tide guests over while they are waiting for the cake to be sliced.
Cake pops were on display and featured charming red ribbon bows.
An unexpected addition, but surely received was sweet candy-coated apples lined up in a row.
A bowl full of beautiful white meringues with perfect blue center stripes was nestled nearby on the table.
Candy is always a birthday party hit. It’s an easy option that can be used as filler on a dessert table. Plus, it can be purchased in large quantities inexpensively and can be chosen to coordinate with a party theme or color palette. For this train birthday party, clear glass jars revealed beautiful shades of red and blue candy which coordinated perfectly with the party colors. Add some printable party food labels to identify candy options.
Adding a custom treat is a fun idea. Candy bars with custom ticket-style labels were another sweet addition to the desserts. The details of the design are adorable and include personalized details like the birthday child’s name, age, and party date.
Don’t forget the drinks! At this train birthday party, glass bottles were filled with blue drinks, accented with striped straws topped with party flags. Straws are a great addition to children’s parties. Not only are they festive and fun, but they help cut down on spills.
Adorable printable party hats topped with tissue tassel poms boasted trains and #1 logos. What a fun party accessory for little train-loving party guests to receive and wear. This is a great DIY project that can be made using pieces of cardstock, tissue paper, and printable party logos.
Coordinating paper suitcases showcased packaged cookie favors. The sugar cookies were shaped like a number one—a fun nod to the birthday boy’s age. What a sweet way to thank guests for coming to the party.
Simple party decorations are sometimes the best! Take the “All Aboard” party banner for example. It provides the perfect pop of color on the plain white wall behind the dessert table, effectively tying in both the train theme and red, white, and blue party colors. The wooden #1 was a genius way to tie in the guest of honor’s age without being overdone. Talk about an on-track party theme: even the guest of honor coordinated with his custom-felt hat and outfit. This birthday train party pulled out all of the stops!