Let your child visit the Hundred Acre Wood for a Winnie the Pooh party! Invite Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore and all their friends to a Winnie the Pooh Birthday celebration!
Ordering the Winnie the Pooh party supplies online will make the shopping chore much easier.
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Popular Winnie the Pooh Party Supplies:
- Link to Disney’s official Winnie the Pooh website
- Playhouse Disney’s My Friends Tigger and Pooh site.
- Craft link to make Bees for decorations.
Winnie the Pooh Party Invitations
If you can make the invitations yourself, use wording like this:
- Join Tigger, Eeyore, Rabbit and Pooh
- Kanga, Piglet and Owl, too!
- In the Hundred Acre Wood for [name]‘s Birthday
- We’ll have cake and lots of games to play!
- RSVP to Christopher Robin at [phone number or email]
Take a look at these personalized Bear Party invitations:
- Hang a Winnie the Pooh personalized banner over the entry way into the party area that says, “Welcome to the Hundred Acre Wood!”
- Choose red and yellow as the colors for streamers, balloons, and table covers. Anchor clusters of balloons around the party area, and tie a group of five balloons to the birthday child’s chair.
- Set the table with Winnie the Pooh plates and matching centerpiece.
- Gather all the toys you own such as Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, and other stuffed animals to use as table decorations.
- Hand out Pooh and Tigger party ears to guest as they arrive.
- Add a Winnie the Pooh airwalker balloon and the kids will be really excited!
- As children arrive, let them color these free printable Pooh coloring pages while you wait for all the guests.
- Pooh’s Musical Chairs – use popular Winnie the Pooh songs to play musical chairs. Have the kids bounce like Tigger for some of the rounds.
- Honey Pot Toss – Create the honey pot by painting a terra cotta pot brown with a yellow rim of honey at the top. Use ping pong balls or alphabet blocks and let the kids take turns trying to toss them into the honey pot.
- Guess Who? – Describe each character in the Hundred Acre Wood to the children, and let them guess who you are describing. Say one thing at a time, slowly, until they guess correctly. For example, describe Piglet by saying he is pink; he is very small; he stutters; he says “oh dear, oh d-d-d-d-d-dear.” For Pooh, you can say he’s stuffed with fluff; he wears a red shirt; he likes honey; For Eeyore give clues like he is gray; he keeps losing his tail; he acts gloomy; he wears a tiny pink bow; Clues for Tigger could be he is loud; he is usually happy; he likes to bounce; he is mostly orange;
- Pin the tail on Eeyore – Use a poster of Eeyore and cut out lots of tails from construction paper.
- Make lots of bees using these easy craft instructions and hang from the ceiling or light fixture over the table.
- A matching Pooh piñata is always a hit with the kids!
- Rabbit’s Vegetable Tray – make a veggie tray with a sign that says, “From Rabbit’s Garden”.
- Piglets in a blanket made by baking hot dogs in crescent roll dough. Cut the hot dogs and the crescent rolls in half before rolling them together if you want smaller servings.
- Tigger’s macaroni ‘n cheese
- Pooh’s honey crackers – teddy graham crackers
- Mini muffins with honey
- Owl shaped cookies
- Tigger-iffic Snack Mix – Chex, mini pretzels, goldfish and teddy grahams mixed together.
- Eeyore’s Blue Rainclouds – Clear dessert cups with blue jello and cool whip added on top to resemble clouds
- Piglet’s Pink Lemonade
- Winnie the Pooh Cake – Use the Wilton shaped Pooh cake pan to make the cake yourself, or top a homemade cake with the Winnie the Pooh cake topper.
- Examples of Pooh birthday cakes
Include a mini slinky from Tigger to help the kids keep bouncing, individual package of Teddy Graham crackers, play-doh, and Pooh stickers.
Take the work out of planning the favor bags by ordering complete Winnie the Pooh Party favor sets.
Take a look at our ideas for using personalized party supplies.