Winnie The Pooh First Birthday Party Supplies! Everyone enjoys the lovable Winnie The Pooh! Bring a little of the Hundred Acre Wood to your house for your little one's 1st birthday party; Pooh and Pals 1st Birthday is the perfect party theme. With accent colors like blue, red, yellow and green, this gender-neutral Pooh theme will not disappoint!
This birthday party pattern puts Pooh's 1st Birthday front and center, and you'll love the accessories our product team have pulled together including fun hats, banners, and a wonderful assortment of party favors and decorations. Don't forget to invite Christopher Robin, Eeyore, Tigger, and Piglet!
Winnie the Pooh 1st Birthday Party Planning Tips and Ideas:
What an adorably sweet way to celebrate baby’s first birthday! Who doesn’t love Winnie the Pooh and his little friends Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet? Our Pooh and Pals 1st Birthday Party supplies and decorations, with its bright colors and cute design, are fitting for either a little boy or a little girl’s first birthday party.
Welcome to the land of the Hundred Acre Wood!
With our large selection of party décor, it won’t be hard to create a party room filled with ‘the wonder of it all.’ Try some of our tips and suggestions to create your own Hundred Acre Wood.
- If weather permits, and you have a ‘woodlike’ yard, have the party outside! You can set up your table(s) just as you would inside, but the outdoor setting would really add to the ‘Hundred Acre Wood’ feel. If this isn’t an option, don’t worry; we have all the decorations you need to transform your room into a Winnie the Pooh wonderland!
- For your table(s), we found a fun idea for a centerpiece – your very own ‘Hunny’ pot! It is easy to make and will really add a whimsical touch that the kids will love!
What you will need: a large clay pot, brown, black, and yellow paint, yellow tissue paper, balloons (optional), and stuffed figurines (optional).
Paint a large clay pot brown. In the center of the pot, paint in black the words Hunny Pot, but be sure to make the second ‘n’ in Hunny backwards, as Pooh would do. Use yellow paint to create ‘honey’ dribbles from the top of the pot. Next, stuff the painted pot with yellow tissue paper. You could also tether a group of balloons down inside the pot and then stuff the tissue around the ribbon. This would create nice height to your tables and add lots of color. Our Pooh’s 1st Birthday Foil Balloon Bouquet includes 5 balloons (and ribbons) and would be the perfect amount of balloons for the pot. Top your ‘hunny’ pot by setting inside a small stuffed Pooh bear, or one of his little friends and you’ve created a very cute centerpiece!
- If you have a large surface space on your wall, or a large fence (if hosting the party outside) consider covering it with our Pooh’s 1st Birthday Giant Decorating Kit, which includes two 12-foot vinyl rolls with scenes of Pooh and his friends playing in the Hundred Acre Wood. Set up the kid’s table in front of it and take a group photo for a keepsake. (For another fun idea, have copies made for each child in attendance; insert a photo into our Pooh’s 1st Birthday Party Photo Holder Note and use this as your child’s thank you note!)
- Choose from any of our other room décor items to enhance your Pooh theme: table covers, centerpiece kits, wall decorations, banner and garlands – we’ve got them all!
Plan activities that Christopher Robin would love!
A Pooh and Pals party theme is one usually enjoyed by children in the toddler-to-preschool age range, so our activity suggestions are targeted for this age group.
- If there are only a few children in attendance, and your budget allows, consider providing each child with one of our super cute headband sets: Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore or Piglet. How fun for all the kids to have their own special ‘costume’ for the party! And, they can wear it home when they leave.
- Play Pin the Tail on Eeyore! You can enlarge a picture of Eeyore yourself and make his ‘tails’ for the kids. Eeyore is always losing his tail, so have the children help him find it. If you have very young children at your party, skip the blindfold and let them place the tail on their own.
- Play "What's in My Honey Pot?" Fashion a container to look like a honey jar and put things inside of it. Have the children put their hand inside without looking to guess what the objects are. Fun things to include might be a feather, a squishy ball, a brush, a cotton ball, a stuffed animal; anything that has texture and that the kids would recognize.
- Use classic Pooh songs from Disney to play musical chairs.
- Play ‘Rabbit Race’ or ‘Tigger Bounce.’ Divide the children into two teams and direct them to hop (or bounce if they are pretending to be Tigger) from one side of your room/yard to the other in a relay format. The team that hops the fastest wins!
- No birthday party is complete without a piñata! Every child loves to see what special surprises await them inside. Our Winnie the Pooh 3D Birthday Piñata is perfect for a party with small children. Instead of having each child hit the piñata with a stick or bat, our Winnie the Pooh piñata has a pull strings for kids to grasp instead. Fill it with kid-sized packages of fruit snacks, wrapped candy, and small toys.
- Wind down the party by reading a Winnie the Pooh story to the kids.
Send your little guests home with something sweet!
- Pooh’s 1st Birthday Party Treat Boxes are the perfect size for little hands! Place inside it special treats, like a Pooh’s 1st Birthday Party Finger Puppet, Stickers and a Blowout. You can also add other fun items, like bottled bubbles, bouncy balls, small packages of Honey Grahams, or a small stuffed Pooh bear.
- Another fun idea is to send each child home with Pooh’s favorite treat – HONEY! Purchase a honey-filled plastic bear for each child and attach, with a colorful piece of ribbon, a piece of yellow cardstock that is printed with the following message: Isn’t it funny how a bear likes honey? Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! I wonder why he does? You can then add a thank you message telling your guest how glad you were they came to the party. (Just be sure not to give honey bottles to any child under the age of 1 for safety reasons.)
We also have a great set of ideas on how to use Piglet, Pooh, Eeyore and Tigger to create a Winnie The Pooh Themed Baby Shower