Vintage Pony Party

This Pony Themed Birthday Party will make any little cowgirl happy!

Karina of A Fresh Take Photography styled this gorgeous pink Vintage Pony Party for her daughter’s fourth birthday. Her daughter loves horses, so Karina decided on a vintage pony party theme with a pink and brown color palette. If you’re on the hunt for creative and fun ideas for a pony party, look no further than this celebration. Mom DIYed a lot of the creative elements to save money and she really outdid herself. Everything turned out amazing for this pony-loving birthday girl!

Vintage Pony Party Ideas

  • Ruffled Pink Birthday Cake With Pony Topper
  • Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches
  • Pony Cookies
  • Caramel Apples
  • Wooden Horse Dessert Table Backdrop
  • Wooden Name Sign
  • Pink Cake Pops With Chocolate Sprinkles
  • Wanted Sign
  • Adorable Cowgirl Birthday Outfit
  • Fresh Flower Table Centerpieces With Burlap Table Runner
  • Pink Pony Juice in Mason Jars
  • Chocolate Milk and Strawberry Milk 
  • Pony Rides
  • Pony Coloring Activity For Kids
  • Vintage Dessert Stands
  • Chocolate Dipped Cookies
  • Coconut Cupcakes

Pony Party Supplies and Decorations:

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Vintage Pony Party Dessert Table

Wooden Name Sign

Wooden Name Party Sign

Wanted Sign

Pony Themed Party Ideas

Pink Pony Birthday Cake

Caramel Apples

Pudding

Pony Cookies

Cupcakes

Chocolate Dipped Cookies

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Pink Pony Drinks

Chocolate and Pink Milk

Pony Party Ideas

Vintage Pink Dresser With Drinks and Favors

Birthday Girl's Photo

Pony Coloring Activity

Pony Rides

Cowgirl Birthday Outfit

From Karina: “My daughter Tallula is absolutely in love with horses. So with her 4th birthday on the horizon, I started compiling ideas for a pony party. I decided on a vintage feel with pinks and browns as my color pallet. Most of the decor was borrowed from around my house and props from my photography studio. For example, the vintage chenille table cloth is actually a blanket from my daughters room, along with the pink dresser used for the drink station. The antique French doors, trunks, saddle, lasso, and all of the crates were snagged from my studio.”

“I don’t believe that it’s necessary to spend a small fortune to pull off an incredible birthday party. One of the things I did to save money was to replicate the horse silhouette that I had seen at Pottery Barn. It was a super easy project that cost a whopping $10. I also created the “Lula” sign myself out of old fence boards and some rope from Home Depot. Inexpensive burlap was used for the table runner and the backdrop. The table centerpieces were various sized mason jars filled with blooms from our yard.”

“The food table was filled with different types of cookies, caramel apples, apple pie, cake pops, PB&J sandwiches, pudding in jars, coconut cupcakes, and the ribbon cake made by Natalie of Cuppy Cake. All of the tags, cupcake flags and the mini bunting cake topper were made by me. The drinks were strawberry and chocolate milk served in vintage milk bottles, along with pink lemonade served in mason jars. Behind the drink station, I strung twine and used clothes pins to hold up the goody bags. The goody bags were simple brown bags with a doily topper attached to the bag with an adorable hand stamped thank you card. The big hit of the party was the adorable pony that thrilled and entertained the kiddos. It was truly a memorable day!”

What’s your favorite ideas in this Vintage Pony Party? Let us know in the comments below.

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Party Vendors

Photography and Party Styling: Karina of A Fresh Take Photography

Cake, Coconut Cupcakes, Horse Cookies and Cake Pops: Cuppy Cake

Dipped Cookies, Oatmeal Cookies, Chocolate Chip Cookies, PB&J Sandwiches: Costco

Food Labels Embellished with Vintage Book Pages: Graphics Fairy

Pony Supplier: Marlena Mann, Puyallup, Wash.

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3 Comments

  1. What a cute party! I am planning a horse party for my 3 year old and wondered if you did the horse on the boards above your table or did you purchase it?

    Thanks,

    Ashley

    1. Hi Ashley,

      You will have contact the vendors at the end of the party and ask. I just feature them.

      Thanks,
      Cristy

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