Children's Parties

A First Birthday in the Hundred Acre Wood

I was recently presented with the challenge of creating a joint party for boy and girl cousins who both celebrated their birthdays in January. Both moms love the classic look of Winnie the Pooh but wanted the party to be winter themed. I was able to incorporate both and keep the theme gender neutral with this “Winter in the Hundred Acre Wood” vintage Winnie the Pooh birthday party.

Vintage Winnie the Pooh Birthday Party

Vintage Winnie the Pooh Birthday Party

The invitations included a photo of both the birthday boy and the birthday girl on the back for guests to frame as a keepsake.

First Birthday Party Invitation Photo Keepsake

The party was a mixture of rustic wood, snow and, of course, honey. A vintage Winnie the Pooh book found on Ebay added a pop of the classic Pooh red.

Vintage Winnie the Pooh Birthday Party

Snowflakes and bumble bees were placed side-by-side on the playful dessert table.

Honey Bee Themed Desserts

The sweets included two beehive fondant cakes and even Honeycomb cereal for the little guests.

Winnie the Pooh Birthday Cake

Cookies were monogramed with the honorees initials and age.

Honey Bee Themed First Birthday Cookies

Beehive First Birthday Cake

Bee Cupcakes

Pooh’s favorite drink, Honey Iced Tea, was served along with a winter punch with vanilla ice cream on top to look like snow.

Honey Iced Tea

Honey Iced Tea

Winter Snow Punch

Food included fresh vegetables from Rabbit’s vegetable garden.

Vintage Winnie the Pooh Party Food

Vintage Winnie the Pooh Party Decor

Organic honey sticks made the perfect party favors.

Honey Bee Themed Party Favors

Each little guest-of-honor was given a beehive smash cake to finish off the day.

Vintage Winnie the Pooh Birthday Party

Vintage Winnie the Pooh Birthday Party

Sources: Styling, Sweets and Party Printables: Itsy Belle, Photography: Hollier Renner Photography, Birch Tree Paper Straws: Morsels Party Planning, Birch Place Card Holders, Ceramic Honey Pot and Wooden Dipper, Ceramic Honeybee Salt and Pepper Shakers: Kate Aspen

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