To invite friends to your party these Pooh-themed, free, printable invitations from Spoonful.com can be printed from your home computer all ready to fill in and send. So easy!
More ideas for Winnie the Pooh party invitations:
- Cardstock cut into the shape of a honey pot.
- Have your child color in images of her favorite characters from Winnie the Pooh coloring pages. Cut the characters out and paste them to the front of a note card. Write the party details on the inside of the card.
- Take a photo of the birthday child wearing a Pooh character costume (compare prices), or holding a plush Pooh friend. Use this photo to create postcard style invitations.
A party for little kids can be an easy one for which to decorate 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 stream from helium-filled balloons. Tie each character to a balloon that matches its color. Allow the balloons to float up to the ceiling, leaving the friends dangling just above the party space.
Plush friends like Eeyore, Kanga and Pooh can also be used to decorate the party space. If you collect enough of them, you can set one at each place setting at the party table. Or sit them in a circle in the center of the table, and tie some balloons to them to create a Winnie the Pooh centerpiece.
More decorating ideas include:
- Cut shapes of trees that resemble the homes in the Hundred Acre Wood. Tape them to walls and label them with the names of the characters that live in them, such as “Piglet’s house.” Pitch a pop-tent in the party space to resemble the home of Eeyore.
- Decorate the space with honey pots, which can be made from vases or pails you have around the home. Remember to label them with the misspelled “Hunny.”
- Bumble bee decorations (compare prices).
- A beehive pinata.
Honey-inspired menu items, such as peanut butter and honey sandwiches are a fun idea for this party theme. Keep in mind, however, that honey is not good for babies (under age one), and check for the possibility of guests with nut allergies.
More Pooh-themed food ideas:
- Recipes from the Winnie the Pooh cookbook.
- Rabbit’s Carrot Cupcakes.
- Honey Bee Mines.
- Winnie the Pooh cheese and fruit snacks.
- Kanga’s Pita Pockets (stuffed with the sandwich filling of your choice).
- Winnie the Pooh birthday cake.
- Winnie the Pooh cake pops.
Gather the kids into a circle for some Winnie the Pooh story time (compare prices). Have adult guests take turns reading a few favorite Pooh books to them.
More ideas for party activities:
- Watch a Winnie the Pooh DVD.
- Play Pin the Tail on Eeyore, Sticky Hunny Pot (played like hot potato) and musical tree stumps (draw tree-stumps on poster board and tape them to the chairs).
- Play Freeze Bounce: Kids bounce like Tigger as music plays. When the music stops, they must freeze in place.
- Make paper bag Pooh puppets.
Send guests home with a Pooh-themed party favor. Boxes of honey graham crackers or hunny pots filled with treats are just a couple of ideas for parting gifts.
- Pooh coloring books and crayons.
- Toy gardening tools (from Rabbit’s garden).
- Owl cookies.
- Plush Pooh friends.
- Winnie the Pooh books or DVDs.