It’s easy to see why this Disney bear is so popular with generations of people. For a sweet-as-honey theme for an expectant mom – check out these Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Ideas. If you want to broaden the range available to you – simply incorporate bee themed items which are widely available. You can fill the shower with shades of pastels of baby blue and baby yellow by using balloons and tablecloths in those colors. Don’t forget to splash quotes from Pooh around the place such as tables with ‘Rumbly Tumbly’ signs for example.
You can make a Hundred Acre Wood’s worthy party by printing off images of Pooh bear and including plenty of snacks that make a nod to this such as ‘Tigger Tails’ and ‘Piglets in blankets’. It also makes a fantastic theme for a gender neutral shower. So let your imagination run wild and take inspiration from these ideas.
1. Balloon Arch
The light yellow and blue balloons here are divine for a gender neutral baby shower.
Baby Shower Printable Bingo
2. Hunny Rice Krispies Pops
All bears love honey, so sweeten up your guests with these adorable Hunny Krispie Pops.
3. Winnie the Pooh Favors
Make theses adorable favors by painting the top of terracotta pots with yellow and once dry you can add the treats you would like.
4. Sweet Bee Drinks
Lemonade will look fantastic served in these! Make them from yellow plastic cups and attach little bees to serve your drink in. You’ll need yellow and pipe cleaners to create the bees. Simply twisted the pipe cleaners around the top of a pencil for the shape and place short sections of white tulle in between for the bees wings.
We have included this video tutorial from Jamie’s Creations to show you how to make a pipe cleaner Bee.
5. Bee Headbands
Make a headband station for guests to make antennae to wear at the part.
6. Bee Pinata
Pinatas aren’t just for kids – make this one from a balloon and paper and fill it with cute treats.
7. Honey Bee Favors
For a quick favor – give out Mini Tiny Clear Glass Jars Bottles with Cork Stoppers on the day to guests. You can fill them with honey and stick little bees on top.
Mini Jars filled with honey are the sweetest idea to give as favors.
8. Beeing our Guest
Thank guests for being there with these cute hand wash favors. You can also pick other items such as Burts Bees Lip Balm and so on.
9. Yellow & Blue Decor
Yellow and blue decor works great for gender neutral showers.
10. Bear Centerpiece
Make an adorable centerpiece with a wood slice and a thoughtful quote from Winnie the Pooh.
11. Honeysuckle Fruit Tea
All showers need a themed drink – and this one is perfect for a Pooh themed party. You can either make your own Honeysuckle Fruit Tea from a chosen recipe or purchase some for your drink at the shower.
12. Hunny Cupcakes
Muffins look adorable served from these 4.25″ terracotta pots – and they can be kept as favors too!
13. Rumbly Tumbly
Leave plates on a table for guests to help themselves to with a sign that says ‘Rumbly Tumbly’.
14. Tigger Cupcakes
15. Rabbit’s Vegetable Garden
Provide healthy snacks by making this super cute vegetable dip tray.
16. Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Chocolate covered strawberries in brownies are ideal for a Winnie the Pooh themed party.
17. Pigs in a Blanket
These are simply pigs in a blanket complete with a little piglet label.
18. Lantern Hives
These hives are so easy to make and they will look great dotted around your venue. Purchase yellow lanterns and drip gold paint at the top to resemble honey.
19. Don’t say Baby Game
Make tigger tails from pegs colored with paint markers. This would also work great for a jungle baby shower.
20. Eeyore’s Gloomy Day Punch
This is great for baby boy showers. You’ll need 1 pack of blue raspberry kool aid, 2 liters of sprite and 2 liters of lemonade. Add lime and lemon for garnish.
21. Winnie the Pooh Bottle Game
Guess how many pieces of candy are in the bottle! Baby Shower Game! The candy, Sugar Babies, is the prize for the winner!
What size terra cotta pots do you use to put cupcakes in them? I need to do those for my sons first birthday party!!! Sooo cute!!!
Hi Heather, Thanks for contacting us! You can use 4.25″ Clay Pots available here. Have a great party !
Where or how did you make the little bees that are on the yellow cups?
Hi Kristy, thanks for your query. You can make the bees from yellow and black pipe cleaners that are twisted around the top of a pencil for the shape ,and place short sections of white tulle in between for the bee wings, hope that helps! All the best Bev 🙂
Hi! I love your cupcakes in the pots. I know you said the pots are 4.25 but when I saw them in store they are so big to put a cupcake in. Did you put something in the bottom of the pot so they don’t fall in? We’d really like to make these for a baby shower in 2 weeks. Thank you Karla
Hi Karla, thanks for your question. you can purchase the pots on amazon and they should fit nicely in there!
Hope that helps , Bev 🙂
the link for the tiny honey bottles goes to much bigger jars for honey. Where did you get yours and how did you make the tops?
Hi Tanya, thanks for visiting and commenting. I’ve updated the link with Mini Tiny Clear Glass Jars Bottles with Cork Stoppers You can fill them with honey and stick little bees on top. Hope that helps – Bev 🙂