An Adorably Simple Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party

An Adorably Simple Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party

This simple yet absolutely adorable Winnie the Pooh first birthday party is the cutest in all of the 100 Acre Wood! A red and white color palette plus natural touches made this festive event come together perfectly. Continue reading for more darling details and ideas!

Cute Table Decor | Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza PhotographyA Special Invite

An illustration of Christopher Robin and Pooh with a handwritten font set the scene for baby Beau’s party.

Invitation| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza PhotographyStylish Seating

A red tablecloth and disposable flatware were perfect for this picnic style party with a barbecue menu.

Main Table| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

Peanut butter chocolate and red velvet cupcakes waited at each guest’s seat.

Place Setting with Cupcake| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

The birthday boy’s mom always adored Winnie the Pooh illustrations, and she framed them to create whimsical centerpieces for each table!

Framed Book Illustration| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

Sweet Snacks

This is one sweet snack Pooh would approve of! Place individually wrapped “hunny bunz” in large glass jars to add to the dessert table.

Honey Buns in Jars| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza PhotographyFun Photo Displays

Since baby is turning one, find an inventive way to display his or her growth over the past year. This mama taped the baby’s photos to black poster board with wood grain washi tape for a rustic touch!

Baby Photos Display | Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

Another fun idea? DIY a Winnie the Pooh quote by painting a real wood disc with chalkboard paint and writing a favorite quote in chalk.

Adventure Quote| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

Pretty Dessert Table

“What could be more important than a little something to eat?” Flash a pop of color with a red and white gingham tablecloth and top the table with some of baby’s favorite treats, like cupcakes and honey-filled sweets!

Dessert Table| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

Red Velvet Cupcakes| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

Don’t forget to mix plush bears and other stuffed animals into the decor!

Vintage Bear| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

A Cute Seat for the Birthday Boy

The time finally came for the little birthday boy to eat his cake! A charming “one” banner lined his highchair as a wonderful touch, and Mom and Dad helped blow out his candle as he made a wish.

One Highchair Banner| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

Parents Help Birthday Boy Blow Out Candle| Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party | Whit Meza Photography

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Photographer: Whit Meza Photography | Location: The Gathering Space

What do you love most from this Winnie the Pooh first birthday party? Tell us what you think in the comments!

Happy Planning!


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2 thoughts on “An Adorably Simple Winnie the Pooh First Birthday Party”

  • Hey Kate!

    I love Beau’s little invitaions. They are perfect for my little one’s upcoming Winnie the Pooh party. Do you happen to know where they’re from? Thanks so much!

  • Hi Kara,

    Unfortunately, we do not know where the invitations were made. You’d have to contact the photographer and see if they might now.

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