Throwing a baby shower is a lot of work, and it feels like half of it is just coming up with a way to execute the theme. Thankfully, if you’ve chosen to throw a Winnie the Pooh baby shower, there are a lot of examples and options! From invitations to favors, we’ve rounded up a plethora of ideas to help you execute a 100 Acre Wood worthy party.
Winnie The Pooh Baby Shower invitations
These printable invitations showcase the more modern, Disney versions of Pooh and Piglet.baby shower invitations are also available in a blue and a pink colorway.
You can also order custom invitations, no printing required!
Whether you decide to serve themed food, or to simply present your go-to party snacks with a cute, themed label, here are few ways to quell the rumbly in everyone’s tumbly.
Refreshments suitable for the expecting mother is important! A simple honey lemonade or this Eeyore-inspired punch would do the trick.
Find some serving inspiration with these honeypot cupcakes. And know there is nothing wrong with using Winnie the Pooh cupcake toppers instead.
Vegetables from Rabbit’s garden is probably the easiest and most accurately themed food you could have!
Acorn cookies to tie in the 100 Acre Wood.
These no-bake bee cookies would be great to make if you have small, Christopher Robin aged helpers in the kitchen.
Tigger tails are an extremely popular Winnie the Pooh baby shower food. You could make a marshmallow tigger tail, like one would find in a Disney park, or these chocolate covered pretzel sticks.
Look, you don’t need to make everything from scratch in order to for snacks to be on-theme, pretzel sticks work great!
Kanga fruit kabobs!
Honey popcorn, because Pooh likes honey on everything.
Winnie the Pooh baby shower games
While playing Pooh Sticks would be very on theme, it’s not very conducive to a baby shower, so here are some more indoor game options.
This download and print set makes for easy and low-key games.
A spin on the classic “don’t say baby!” game, but with Tiger’s tail!
A timed name the most baby names game.
Download and print a Winnie the Pooh baby shower themed word search.
A bingo card to play along with the opening of gifts.
These simple honeypot centerpieces would work great for a baby shower!
Love this 100 Acre Wood sign centerpiece.
These wood blocks would make for a great centerpiece, whether stacked together on your main table, or one block each used in smaller arrangements. Then they could be given to the expectant mother as a gift to take home!
There are also diaper cake decorations found on Etsy you could use for centerpieces.
Winnie the Pooh baby shower Decorations
A classic pooh banner.
Simple honey beehive lanterns.
If you don’t like the classic Winnie the Pooh baby shower colors, this more modern take has some great ideas. I think the gold letter Hunny balloons are perfect for whichever Pooh theme you’re going for.
These pinwheels would look wonderful in a clay pot, or scattered on a table.
A simple and easy decoration would be to print off the original Ernest Shepard Winnie the Pooh illustrations (like this or this), stick them in a frame, and place around the room. Or, frame a few quotes from the books!
Winnie the Pooh paper confetti would make for a nice touch, strewn here and there on tables.
You can also find several shops on Etsy offering printable party decoration sets.
Who wouldn’t want a little honey bear to take home?
Attach a small favor tag (search Etsy for “favor tags” to find more!) to a few honey sticks or some handmade treats as a sweet favor.
Looking for Winnie the Pooh gifts to give as a shower prize? We have a roundup of great ones from Etsy.