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Small Flower Girl Pumpkin Wagon

$204.00

This unfinished carriage (ready to be painted- visible screws and fasteners countersunk, filled, and sanded), without added custom options, sells for:

$164.00 + $40.00 shipping = TOTAL $204.00

This charming and inexpensive wagon is very popular for a young child.  The wheels turn and the tongue assembly moves from side to side so the wagon can easily be moved around. These do not have a sharp turning radius.

Please check the wagon measurements to make sure the child or children you want to carry are not too large for the wagon. (Also, see our wagon size descriptions, click here.)

We offer 4 sizesSmallMediumLarge and Extra large – to fit the age & size range of the child or children being carried.

Below is a comparative photo of our SmallMedium & Large.

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Simple assembly required. (Instructions and photos included)

Please carefully review the custom options listed below. If you have any options that you would like to add that are not listed, contact us & we will be happy to work with you to make your dreams come true.

This product is not meant for rough use.

Custom options include:

* Paint or stain finish options
** For customized carriage finish color, Contact Ed.
** For any specialty paint detailing, Contact Ed.

The price below the Carriage Finish Options has the shipping already included.

 

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Wagon Finish Options *

Wheel Rim Options *

Small Flower Girl Pumpkin Wagons Dimensions

Height (with wheels) : 14 “

Body height (without wheels) : 9 1/4″

Outside wagon length without tongue : 22 “

Body length with tongue : 43 1/2″

Inside body height, width & length -(where the child or children would sit):
6 1/2″ high side rails

10 ” wide x 19 ” long – at floor level

14″ wide x 19 ” long – (at top of side rails)

wheel sizes : front – 10″ rear – 12″

Comments

  1. Katherine  October 21, 2011

    Ed,

    I wanted to share a photo of the wagon in use. It was a huge hit at our wedding and the ring bearer (9 months old) loved it! He fit perfectly in the small wagon with a pillow behind him for support. We replaced the handle with a longer one to enable a taller person to pull the wagon down the aisle. All in all a great experience and we would recommend your wagons to our friends. Thank you very much!

    Kind regards,
    Katherine

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  2. Sarah  October 29, 2011

    Hello Ed,
    I don’t know if you remember but I ordered a wagon for my wedding which was on August 13th, 2011.
    I just wanted to let you know that it worked out so well and was such a great hit!! It was my favorite part of the wedding!!
    Besides the actual marriage part =)
    The photographers would love to send you a cd of the pictures they got with my niece in the wagon and the decorations we put on it, but I just need your address so they can send it to you; as long as you are alright with that!!

    I am so glad I found your website and got the wagon I did it was so great!! It will remain a great memory for me! I had all 13 of my nieces and nephews in my wedding and that was my favorite part; the wagon was a great great great addition!!

    Thanks Ed

    Sarah

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  3. Anne Marie  September 1, 2012

    Hi, Ed!
    We received the wagon two days ago and are totally impressed. The cedar wood, the staining and pure craftsmanship made us smile when we opened the package and started assembling the wagon. We love it! It is going to be perfect for the wedding in October to carry my 1 year old nephew down the aisle. My mom said she will totally get use out of it as decoration after the wedding, which is great (we love things that we can use over and over!).
    Take care, Ed and keep up the good work!!
    Anne Marie

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  4. Kathy  January 1, 2013

    Ed
    We did it!!! The flower girl wagon was a success!!! This is going to be the best picture ever of your wagon!!! We will send one as soon as we get it from the photographer!! We did not strap her in like you said and we gave her a bouquet of real flowers that got her mind off of being scared. She sat in it like a pro and the ring bearer was pulling it and waving to everyone in the church!!! Classic as ever !!! Everyone was shocked at how adorable it looked!!! She only
    cried when they took her out of it (HA!) She would have stayed in it all day!! Thanks again for all your help!!!
    Kathy

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  5. Marie  April 1, 2013

    Received the wagon and put it together. We put our little Bella Mia in it. it’s perfect for her. Can’t wait to use it on the wedding day, March 4th. I will send pics. Thanks again.
    Marie

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  6. Judy  June 1, 2013

    Charlie and your wagon were definitely “show stealers”. In case you want some statistics, he is 7 months old and almost 20 Lbs. there was room for him, and a small pillow. Jim attached “seat belts” just in case, but Charlie was (and is still) so happy in his wagon that he moves only his head and hands! We have taken him for walks around our community and attract much attention. Lots of compliments on your wagon…and even a few for our darling little guy.
    Again, many thanks.
    Judy

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  7. Jill  June 17, 2013

    My 7-month-old son was our ring bearer and his older sister pulled him down the aisle, to the surprise of his beaming daddy, the groom! It was a huge hit, a special moment for us, and a real show-stealer! I had to follow him down the isle and hardly anyone paid attention to me! (phew!) Many people asked me afterwards where we found the “real” wooden wagon. They loved the idea. My mother and sister decorated it for our special day with toile, artificial ivy and calla lillies (my favorite), and even a bride and groom dove on the back! They extended the handle with a toile rope, and even had a bit of toile for a train. Just below the wooden handle joint, there is a gray jewelry box glued on, which contained our wedding rings. It was all perfect! And now, stripped back down to it’s original state, Charlie loves being pulled through the neighborhood by his grandparents and catching the eyes of passers-bye and gaining the coveted “ooohs” and “ahhh’s” that both he and the wagon deserve! We are now in search of a child’s license plate that states his name to adorn the back end. Thank you so much for making a beautiful wagon, and helping our day be so memorable and special! Sincerely, Jill

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  8. Janine  October 23, 2014

    Hi Ed,
    We used our wagon this weekend in my brother-in-laws wedding and it was such a big hit. Everyone was asking where we got the wagon and I made sure to tell them about you and your website. My son Jack looked so cute and he and the wagon were the talk of the wedding. I will make sure to send you a professional picture of him going down aisle for use on your site if you would like. I figured I would send this in meantime for you. Thanks again!!
    Will be in touch soon!!

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  9. Joyce  December 7, 2014

    Hi Mr. Sillman,

    Thank you so much for the beautiful wedding wagon. Our baby coming down the aisle in that wagon was the hit of the wedding. We loved it! I’ve attached a picture so you can see how beautifully it turned out.

    Thanks Again,

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