If your toddler is a fan of Winnie the Pooh characters, then this party theme is for you. With cute accents, fun menu ideas and Pooh party games, a celebration that features the gang from The Hundred Acre Wood also works well for a first birthday.
One of the coolest Winnie the Pooh birthday ideas for invitations is to shape them like honey pots (or like Pooh would say “HUNNY” pots). It would be cute to write “It would be so sweet if you came to my birthday!” on the honey pot invitations. For the Tigger invitations to really be “Tigger-y”, you’ll need to print on orange paper, and for the Piglet invitations to be “Piglet-y”, you’ll need to print on pink paper. Then cut out each invitation and put each in a separate envelope.
Decorating for a little kids’ party can be an easy since most kids are thrilled with simple streamers and, of course, balloons. You can use a color scheme of red and yellow, the colors of Winnie the Pooh, or incorporate the colors of your child’s favorite characters, such as pink for Piglet or orange and black for Tigger. Balloons that are shaped like or feature Pooh and friends can also be found at party supply stores.
Another fun way to decorate with balloons is to tie cutouts of the characters (print them onto cardstock and color them in) to ribbons that hang from helium-filled balloons.
For food favour, unroll crescent rolls (refrigerated crescent rolls from a tube) into individual triangles. Place a hotdog, with a slice of cheese inserted into a cut, onto roll. Roll-up crescent and bake as directed, or until golden brown.
Serve some Honey Pot Sandwiches by preparing natural creamy butter and honey sandwiches and cut them into honey-pot shapes using knife or cookie cutter. Be sure to spread peanut butter very thin for kids under the age of 4, and not to serve honey for babies under the age of 1.