We had a Winnie the Pooh birthday party to celebrate the big day.
It was full of
… family …
… friends …
and lots of fun!
Enjoy the photos!
Yummy treats included Honeycomb cereal, popcorn, animal crackers, gummy candies and of course cupcakes!
Tyler used a branch from our backyard to make stands for my labels. Love how they turned out! Plus they were free and super easy to make.
We used large tree stumps cut into slices (a great find by my parents at a local antique store!) for the cupcake stands & throughout the party displays.
We also used masons jars filled with balloons on balloon sticks as decoration. I love this idea because it’s much less money than flowers and you can blow up the balloons yourself – which is a big time saver the day of the party!
The “100 Acre Wood” sign was simple and free! We used pallets to make the sign and simply painted on the lettering. Easy and cute!
Bella loves pink lemonade so it was a perfect treat in mason jars. Putting the drink dispenser on another wood lift helped the guests fill their glasses with ease.
I’m a big fan of paper straws! We got ours from The Sugar Diva and they gave such a fun element to the party.
We purchased Winnie the Pooh wall decals and added them throughout the party. It was a perfect way to tie our drink tub into the theme.
We also used more pallets to make display boards for the party. I added more decals and they were the perfect touch to the tables!
We love reading and thought Winnie the Pooh books would be a great favor for the kiddos. I found 2 sets of books and got each book for under $1. Perfect favors!
We also printed Winnie the Pooh coloring pages and had them ready with the kids with some crayons.
Bella is blessed with so many people who love her!
Happy Happy birthday sweet girl!