A Winnie the Pooh-themed birthday bash is a superb choice for your baby’s first birthday. The classic characters are sure to brighten everyone’s day, whether they’re a little one or grown-up.
Thinking of a variety of different foods to adorn the party table can be a headache, but with all these little tips and tricks, it doesn’t have to be. Combining shop-bought and homemade snacks certainly makes for a less stressful party for you and your family.
Winnie the Pooh not for you? We have a whole heap of first birthday party ideas here.
1. Cutest Cookies.
We absolutely adore these Pooh-themed cookies. Have a go with a packet of pre-made biscuits, or you can even bake them yourself, decorating with fondant icing.
- Cute set of Winnie cartoon cutters.
2. Bear bakes.
This is such a fantastic idea! Cookie dough always goes down well. Roll out your batch and cut out with a bear-shaped cutter. We’d leave the nuts out for the little ones, though.
3. Honey Bee bakes.
As we all know, Pooh is obsessed with honey. So, these tantalizing snacks are bound to go down a treat a party time. With full instructions on how to make them here – that’s another one ticked off.
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4. Pooh Bear sandwiches.
All you need to make these super sandwiches is any type of bear-shaped cutters. Make your sandwiches as normal, using any filling your guests love, then cut out with the cutters – effortless.
5. BEEautiful cake pops.
We think these buzzing cake pops would make a mouth-watering addition to any party.
- Ultra flexible silicone cake pop mould, Reusable and stain resistant
6. Chocolate honeypots.
Pooh’s favourite snack has got to make an appearance at the event. We think these honeypots are the bee’s knees.
7. Tigger tails.
These are orange chocolate covered pretzels with brown striped icing, but we think you can easily make your own by covering Cadbury’s fingers with orange and brown icing.
8. Kanga and Roo’s springs and Heffalump droppings.
Use regular food such as pasta twist and meatballs, then come up with some creative names to match.
9. Kanga’s pitta pouches.
These savoury pitta bread snacks can be stuffed with any fillings of your choice. The little snacks just look like Kanga’s pouch, but watch out for Roo!
- Pack of 8 Disney Winnie the Pooh Paper Plates
10. Delicious drinks.
Finally, serve the party refreshments in this beehive drinks dispenser. The final touch to your Winnie the Pooh-themed first birthday party.
- The form of the dispenser will remind you of a beehive - a decorative eye catcher for every buffet, it doesn't matter if it is in the garden or at a wedding party.
Looking for more Winnie-the-Pooh party ideas? Check out our Hundred Acre Wood party decor post.