A Winnie-the-Pooh and Friends themed birthday party for your one-year-old is a brilliant choice. The books and popular characters are loved by all age groups, whether you invite next door’s toddler or grandpa.
After the party is over, it’s a lovely idea to give your guests a little gift as a reminder of the special day and to thank them for coming. We’ve got a few quick and easy ideas for some Winnie-the-Pooh party favours.
1. Pots of ‘Hunny’.
This is a quick, yet effective idea for a party favour. Fill plastic honeypots with sweets or fruits of your choice. Add extra decoration to the pots if you have time, such as drips of honey and buzzing bees.
2. Pooh bubbles.
Kids love the magic of bubbles. Make your own with some fairy liquid and water, or purchase some Winnie-the-Pooh ones online.
3. Honey cookies.
Winnie the Pooh loves his ‘hunny’, so he’d love these tasty cookies. They make an awesome addition to any party bag.
4. Winnie the Pooh cake pops.
Add some adorable character cake pops into your party favours. With full instructions on how to make them, here – you really can’t go wrong.
5. Party bag ideas.
You’ve got to agree that these bags are adorable. Fill them with lovely treats and eats.
6. Pooh Bear paw cookies.
Make the paw-fect cookies with this step-by-step recipe, then wrap them up in pretty tissue and pop in your party bags.
If you’re wondering what to feed your hungry guests, look no further than our Winnie the Pooh-themed party food and drinks post.
7. Colouring pages.
Give them something to do when they get home. There’s a huge variety of Pooh colouring pages available online. All you need to do is download and print a selection and put them in your party bags along with some chunky wax crayons.
8. Don’t forget the cake.
We feel that it’s customary to give out a bit of birthday cake to each of your guests. Don’t forget to add extra for the mums and dads. For a full list of bake-spiration, look at our list of Winnie-the-Pooh-themed first birthday cakes.
Winnie the Pooh-theme not quite right for you? We’ve got a whole post full of ideas of first birthday party themes here.