Welcome your little hunny with our brand new Pooh Little Hunny baby shower supplies from Disney! Updated colors and charming contemporary designs along with the celebrated Disney characters Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger, originally created by A.A. Milne are featured in this entire line of adorable Pooh Little Hunny baby shower tableware and decorations. The mom-to-be and all of her baby shower guests will be thinking cheerful thoughts when they see the sunny colors featured in yellow, turquoise, green, orange and pink on all of the delightful designed party supplies! Coordinating banners, centerpieces and solid color accessories will truly create one hunny of a baby shower celebration!
With so many great supplies available, most of the work is done for you. To go above and beyond and add to this already wonderful baby shower theme, try some of the following:
If you are crafty and don't want to use our Winnie The Pooh diaper cake, make a Diaper Beehive to be the centerpiece for your Winnie the Pooh themed shower. The iconic image of Winnie the Pooh getting his head/butt/paw stuck in a beehive on his never ending quest for honey is just too fun to let go without homage.
Nothing says Winnie the Pooh like honey, and nothing says country home like apples. What does this get you? Honey glazed apples. This sweet treat is fun finger food, and healthier than a caramel apple. Simply take thick skewers - or for extra added fun, use the end of a honey drizzler - and stab them into fairly small apples. Dip each of the apples into a bowl of honey, remove it, and roll it in the air above the bowl until the excess honey drips off. Set these honey glazed apples on wax paper on a plate and refrigerate them until serving.
A great recipe to try out a Winnie the Pooh baby shower would be Honey Cake, or honey cupcakes. These sweet, spice muffins contain honey, coffee, and a few other fun ingredients that make it a welcome alternative to cake. Make a batch of cupcakes with a honey buttercream frosting for a real treat!
Keep the Winnie the Pooh shower fun and silly with a rousing game of Pin the Tail on Eeyore. Either draw or print out and mount a blown up picture of the adorable mopey donkey without his tail, and make the tails separately. Each guest will be blindfolded and spun around three times before they get to attempt to pin poor Eeyore’s tail on. For a real surprise in the spirit of this Donkey - who declares himself a loser quite often, give the prize to the guest who is the farthest away - but leave that as a surprise for the end of the game.
A variation on the classic diaper changing games common to baby showers, try a game in which each guest must attempt to change the diaper of a Winnie the Pooh stuffed animal. Each guest is timed, and rather than having mittens on, each guest has to dip their hands in honey and try to change the diaper. This game may sound like a sticky mess, but it is a great way to get everyone laughing, and can be used as a segue into homegrown manicures - honey is a great moisturizer.
Last but not least, have supplies for a little arts and crafts section. Each person gets to decorate their own honey jar. This makes for a fun activity and a great party favor. Your mom-to-be is sure to love the vintage country feel afforded to her by this Winnie the Pooh themed shower.