How To Throw A Winnie The Pooh Themed Party

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Author: Chanel Georgopoulos
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November 17, 2022

It’s amazing to get your children involved with literature, especially the legendary Winnie the Pooh stories by A.A. Milne. This beloved character has been made into a live action film, proving that it’s a family favorite. So, here’s How To Throw A Winnie The Pooh Themed Party and add a touch of nostalgia to your child’s birthday.

1) Beautiful White Balloons (clouds) + Bounce House

Winnie the Pooh seems to often have his head in the clouds, pondering something wise beyond his youth – so having tons of beautiful white balloons clustered everywhere to represent white clouds will add a whimsical feel to your party look. Balloon Specialties does exactly what you need and it will look amazing. Add to that our favorite white bounce house by San Diego Bounce Events and its a dream come true. If you aren’t keen for so much white, mixing it with a lovely pale yellow or blue will look amazing too.

2) Winnie The Pooh Cake

Winnie the Pooh loved a good jar of honey, but we’re pretty sure he’d love a cake that looks like honey too. Honey Crumb Cake Studio – no pun intended – in Seattle does beautiful novelty cakes and can put together a stunning, yummy cake for your Pooh Bear inspired party. Because they’re so awesome, they’re in high demand, so book asap! Dewey’s Bakery is also a beloved neighborhood bakery that can create memorable and delicious sponged nom for you.

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3) Add Some Red

Perhaps a single red balloon here and there! Pooh loved red balloons. Let the children wear red t-shirts too, and have a teddy bear station as take home gifts. Having a few red balloons weighted down along the center of the dining table will add a lovely center focus amid all the pale pastels. Rachel J Special Events can help with cute event styling like at this Winnie the Pooh 1st Birthday.

4) Stick Bee Cake Pops in Plant Pots

Your dessert table can be a representation of the 100 Acre Wood with pretty bee-inspired cake pops and other forest themed critters and greenery. Stick the cake pops in plant pots with fake greenery (or real, if you have). These bumble bee cake pops by a Taste To Remember are soooo adorable.

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5) Professional Entertainment

Yombu has professional entertainers and party game coordinators that can guide the children through Pooh themed activities like Pin The Tail on Eeyor, or Musical Pooh Chairs, Tigger Jump Rope and a Pooh Corner Craft Center. Booking them is really simple and requires only a few steps that take only 2 minutes. You can manage everything online from your Yombu account, simply and conveniently.

So, let’s gather at Pooh Corner for a whimsical good time, love, laughter and memories. Yombu’s on the side of fun, and helping families have special events that carry happiness throughout their lives like that cheery red balloon and sweet pot of honey. We hope that our tips on How To Throw A Winnie The Pooh Themed Party will help your journey feel a lot less stressful and that you’ll have time to enjoy the sunshine on the way.

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What did Winnie the Pooh say about birthdays?

“We didn’t realize we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun.”

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The Author: Chanel Georgopoulos
Chanel is a Content Writer and Party Planning Specialist at Yombu, where she writes blog articles, party planning guides, and other resources to help parents and party planners throw amazing Birthday parties.

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