How exciting for a birthday boy and his guests to be able to board a real train and celebrate a special day!  Toni, of Creative Designs by Toni, sent me this fun-filled party that she hosted for her son’s birthday…come ride the rails with us!

The variety of cupcake toppers is so much fun to see!  I bet the guests had a hard time deciding which one to choose!

We know which one the Birthday Boy chose!

What cute little train boxes…ready for lunch!

And the wooden trains and whistles wrapped in ribbon make a perfect party favor!

What a great idea for a party!

I think the Birthday Boy could have chugged along all day~

Thank you for sharing, Toni!  Such a fun day for your son and his guests!

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