Let Pooh and the gang help you give your baby the best baby shower ever! Here are some tips to help you get the Pooh Party started!
The use of vellum in creating baby shower invitations has become quite popular these days. It is a type of paper that is thin, milky-colored, semi-clear and semi-opaque. So, the first thing you should do is to go to a scrapbook or craft store and buy sheets of vellum. The number of sheets depends on how many invitations you are planning to make. Also, buy some sheets of Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore or other character paper. You are able to get at least 2 invites from one 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet (depending on how small or large you make the invitations. A 4" by 6" invitation is the recommended size.) Do not forget to also buy some ribbons or metal brads. Using either the ribbons or the metal brads to fasten the vellum to the paper is a good idea. When all the important materials are purchased, you can already type on the computer the your baby shower information.
Next, print this information onto the vellum. Print as many as you need, and then cut the vellum down to about 3" by 5" size with the printed information placed in the center. Then, you may already cut the Winnie the Pooh themed paper to a 4" by 6" size. Place the vellum above the Pooh themed paper and then fasten it at the top with two metal brads that is equally spaced in the center. To make it more presentable, tie a ribbon in a cute bow on top. You are then ready to send these cute invitations off!
Since the colors red, orange and yellow are Pooh's favorites, let them be the color combination of your baby shower! Have red, yellow and orange streamers streamed all over the party room. Next, buy some Winnie the Pooh balloons to scatter around the room. If there aren't any Pooh balloons available, you can have the cloudy summer day balloons or red/orange-colored balloons.
Also, get some pooh colored confetti, of which you could sprinkle over the gift table, the game area and the serving area. Make some cut-outs of Pooh and the Gang: Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Kanga, Rabbit, Piglet, Christopher Robin and Roo. Tape the cut-outs on the walls of your party room and in the entry way to welcome guests to the party.
Here are some recommended Pooh Baby Shower Centerpieces:
Of course, a baby shower won't be that entertaining and fun if it is lacking of some party-games. Here are some Winnie the Pooh baby shower games to play:
If you want to learn how to play these Winnie the Pooh games and the guidelines to follow, you can check them online.
Now that you already have the idea on how to make your Winnie The Pooh Baby Shower fun and exciting, the party will surely be an unforgettable one. So, go ahead and start checking out online stores where you can get great deals!