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Classic + Modern Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower

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Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Centerpiece - Red, Yellow, White Flowers

Winnie the Pooh was one of my FAVORITE characters growing up, so I was thrilled when Disney Baby asked me to come up with some creative ideas for hosting a Winnie the Pooh BABY SHOWER! 💛


Since Winnie’s been around a while, his look has changed a bit over the years. Current-day Winnie sports a bright red tee and modern look, while “Classic Pooh” has softer colors and a vintage vibe. I really love the look of both, as well as the woodsy feel of the famous “100 Acre Wood”, so my goal was to design a baby shower that encompassed all of these different elements.

You’ll find lots of fun ideas below, from painted-bath-toys-turned-table-figurines to “HUNNY Pot” parfaits with tiny sugar bees. 🐝 I also incorporated a few Winnie the Pooh toys & nursery items into the decor. (This is one of my favorite types of decor because it doubles as a gift for mom, too!)

Winnie the Pooh Printables

BTW – my Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower printables are FREE in my store! Use them to add instant style and personalized details to your party. 🙌  

Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Printables

P.S. These free printables are available in pink/yellow and baby blue/yellow colorways, too!


1. Overall Look & Feel (Images 1-7)
2. Tablescape
3. Dessert Table
4. Accent Decor & Diaper Cake
5. Party Favors
6. Free Printables

Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Dessert Table from HWTM

DIY Winnie the Pooh Gold Figure Decoration

Modern Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Table + Free Printable Winnie Plate Liners

Mom to BEE Chair with gold sequin chair cover and free printable BEE banner

Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Printables and DIY decorations by HWTM

Queen Bee and Baby Bee Centerpiece

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Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Plates and Table Ideas from HWTM

I wanted this Winnie the Pooh tablescape to feel warm and festive with a hint of gold glam. The DIY plate liners feature playful Pooh quotes like “There’s a rumbly in my tumbly.“, and you can place them on top, menu-style, or use this method to securely attach them to the underside of clear plastic plates.

If you’re wondering about the little character “figurines” positioned down the center of the table… those are actually silicone bath toys! I painted them and added little paper word banners that felt appropriate for each character like BOUNCY for Tigger and SILLY for Pooh.


There were big lessons learned during the process of making these figurines… spray paint is usually my go-to for this kind of thing, but it just DID NOT DRY, even after waiting for 24 hours or prepping the toys with spray primer first.

After a lot of messy fingers & trial and error, I figured out that the ideal method for painting these toys. First, wash and dry each one thoroughly, then apply 2 coats of white acrylic paint as your base coat. Finally, apply the color of your choice on top. (You can use spray paint or acrylic paint for the last step.) It took some figuring out, but I love how they turned out in the end!

Red and Yellow Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Decorations

It’s always thoughtful to decorate a special chair for the guest of honor! I used gold sequin fabric from JoAnn to cover the top portion of this chair. (You can also rent sequin chair covers similar to this look.)  For the finishing touch, I also hung a printable banner that said “Reserved for the Queen BEE” on the back of the chair. 💛

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Winnie the Pooh Quote

For the dessert table, I thought it would be fun to have the focal point be Winnie the Pooh “getting carried away” by a big red balloon, as a nod to the times when this happens in the stories. I found a pot that had the perfect sort of beehive/honey look, and used it as the anchor for this red balloon design…

Winne the Pooh Baby Shower Dessert Table Ideas

The big “HUNNY pot” is filled with styrofoam that’s covered up with a yellow receiving blanket. I stuck an acrylic dowel rod into the styrofoam and pinned a small Winnie the Pooh Mini Plush to the dowel, then looped the string of a 24″ red balloon around the wrist of the toy so that it looked like he was actually holding onto (and dangling from) the balloon. ;)

I also printed & cut out some cloud silhouettes to attach to the wall behind the balloon.

Winnie the Pooh and Red Balloon Decoration Idea

Cake & Treats

Here’s a cute idea for a cake if you want to go the homemade route: a simple “naked” layer cake with yellow frosting & Icing Bumblebees between each layer + powdered sugar dusted on top!

Winnie the Pooh inspired naked layer cake with sugar bees and free printable cake topper

The cake is decorated with a printable scroll banner and a small fresh floral accent. (Note: The stems of the fresh florals were inserted into a paper straw first and then into to the cake, so the floral stems are not actually touching the cake at all.)

These “Baby Bear Pound Cakes” were made from store-bought pound cake. I used a bear cookie cutter to cut them into slices then poured on a yellow glaze and added an edible heart sprinkle. Once dry, I used an edible food writer pen to hand draw the faces.

Baby Bear Pound Cakes with red heart sprinkles

Vanilla and Honey Pudding Parfaits are super easy and equally cute. :) Just layer crushed vanilla sandwich cookies with vanilla pudding. For the garnish, sprinkle on more crushed cookies then add a drizzle of honey and a sugar bee!

Winnie the Pooh Dessert Ideas - Honey Pudding Pots and Heart Palmiers with Bees

•  •  •  •  •   A C C E N T   D E C O R   &   D I A P E R   C A K E   •  •  •  •  •

Winnie the Pooh Brave Quote - Free Printables from HWTM

I always love using framed quotes as decor, and Winnie the Pooh has some great ones! The quotes featured in these images are all available to download in the Free Printables section below. I also used woodsy elements like pinecones (both natural and glittered), moss, and wood slices as accent decor, in addition to festive “party” elements like tissue confetti and 16″ gold letter balloons.

Printable red and yellow bee silhouettes can be downloaded below as well. I used them as a playful accent on various things, like the floral arrangements and the diaper cake. (More on that below!)

Bee Baby Shower Floral Centerpiece Idea

This red oil lantern made for a great dessert table accent (and was less than $9!), and a Winnie the Pooh Activity Toy added another nice pop of color near the favor station.


Instead of spelling big words out with individual banners, I opted for simple character silhouettes on each panel with “Oh, baby!” panel designs mixed in.

HUNNY Pot Diaper Cake

Diaper cakes are another great way to make gifts double as party decor (or vice versa). The look of this one is a bit different from traditional diaper cakes, since the diapers are on the inside of the container. This method makes the diaper cake way faster & easier to create, though! 🙌

I used Winnie the Pooh Diapers here, so the shower theme will continue on even when mom pulls them out! 😉

Modern Winnie the Pooh Diaper Cake (DIY)

The “cake” is made from 10″ and 12″ circular paper mache boxes that are filled with diapers and stacked. I spray painted just the outside of the boxes gold before filling them with diapers. A printable HUNNY sign and some Icing Bumblebees were hot glued to the front.

The 9″ Winnie the Pooh Plush that’s “peeking into the honey pot” is actually sitting on top of a glass mason jar positioned behind the cake. I used baker’s twine to attach his arms to wooden dowels that are inserted into the back of the diapers. This makes it look like he’s actually he’s “grabbing on” to the pot.

The finished touches included a printable “umbrella” topper adorned with a sweet Winnie Quote + a more “Queen” and “Baby” paper bees! (You can find the fleece blanket that the cake is sitting on at Disney Baby as well.)

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Winnie the Pooh Honey Sugar Scrub Baby Shower Favors

Homemade Honey Brown Sugar Scrub makes a perfect favor for this theme! It’s cost-effective and you only need a few ingredients to whip up a batch. I found cute Beehive Jars to package them in and used glue dots to attach a printable favor tag to the top of the lid.

To make the presentation as cute as the favors, display them on top of woodsy moss with yellow flowers. You can also set other themed accents around, like this My Friend Pooh Wall Art, which can adorn the nursery or playroom walls after the baby shower.

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Paper details really help tie everything together at a party! I hope you’re able to have some fun with these Winnie the Pooh Printables. Just click on a the button below to download a zip file (with everything listed below) in high-resolution PDF format. And for the PINK/YELLOW version of these, click here.

  • Party/Quote Signs (8×10 & 4×6)
  • Square Plate Liners (2 styles)
  • Decorative Paper Scrolls
  • Mini Character Trait Flags (for figurines)
  • Mom-to-Be Chair Banner
  • Modern Bee Silhouettes
  • Mini HUNNY Labels (for parfaits)
  • Party Banner
  • Tent Cards – Custom Desserts
  • Tent Cards – Blank
  • Cloud Silhouettes
  • Large HUNNY Labels (Diaper Cake)
  • Umbrella Topper (Diaper Cake)
  • Sugar Scrub Favor Tags

Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Printables

Printables are my favorite *secret weapon* for adding unique style to any celebration! Click here to customize my Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower collection for your own party – instantly, online. 🤗

Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower Printables


Disclosure: This is a Sponsored Post for Disney Baby. As always, all thoughts, opinions, and designs are my own. Thank you so much for supporting the sponsors that make it possible for us to keep the creative content coming your way!


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  4. @HWTM_Jenn December 16, 2015 at 3:04 pm

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  5. Top 19 Baby Shower Gift Creations December 18, 2015 at 10:45 am

    That’s a very creative baby shower idea. Winnie the Pooh never looked so cute :)

  6. @PrintGamesNow December 28, 2015 at 9:21 pm

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  7. Anna Dantas January 2, 2016 at 1:33 pm

    It’s about time the Pooh receive special attention in the blog and have an exclusive publishing for it!

  8. AJ January 8, 2016 at 2:14 pm

    How did you make the cute gold box or is there a place to get these? :) Amazing post!!!

    • jenn s. January 8, 2016 at 6:16 pm

      Thanks, AJ! I think you’re referring to the gold cube vase used for the table centerpiece? If so you can find it right here: – or if you google search “etched cube vase”, you should be able to find similar products at other places too. :) Hope that helps!

  9. Christina February 11, 2016 at 12:42 am

    Did you design all of the printables? I would love to be able to customize some of them to fit a 1st birthday party. Would you be interested in discussing pricing to customize a few of them ? Thank you!

    • jenn s. February 20, 2016 at 8:48 am

      Hi Christina –
      I did design the printables. :) I’m not able to take on many custom orders these days due to my work schedule, but if it’s a quick thing I might be able to do it… can you please send me a message via my Etsy shop and let me know exactly what you’re looking for? Thanks so much :)

  10. Jennifer February 22, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    I absolutely adore this. What colors were used when picking the confetti and garland?

    • jenn s. February 24, 2016 at 5:36 am

      Thanks, Jennifer! I used the tissue tassel garland kits and confetti from The Flair Exchange, and the colors were Metallic Gold, Red, and Golden for the tassels, and the “Golden” Confetti Mix + Red and Golden Yellow for the confetti.

  11. Melissa Mack March 25, 2016 at 3:21 pm


  12. Erin July 1, 2016 at 1:12 pm

    I love this! Do you have any invitations or thanks u cards that go with this?

  13. Lida Arthur Way July 15, 2016 at 6:05 pm

    Are these printable need special paper ? Or special printer ? Or just regular computer paper is fine ?

  14. Lida July 15, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    This would be my first time doing print out . But do you need a special printer ? Special paper ? Or just regular computer paper is fine

    • jenn s. July 15, 2016 at 2:38 pm

      Hi Lida –
      I definitely recommend using Photo Quality paper with a matte finish (as opposed to a glossy finish). This will make a huge difference in the quality of your prints! I usually use Staples Photo Supreme. And then printing from home is fine too – just make sure that you have the print quality set on “Best” or “High Quality” etc. (The terminology varies from printer to printer.) Hope that helps, and good luck with your project! :)

  15. Evie Opheim October 19, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    Wow! This is all SO beautiful! I would love to use these downloads for my sisters baby shower….I’m trying to figure out how I can replace all the red lettering with pale pink though for her little girl. Since everything is set in place I’m having a hard time dong that? Any ideas?

    • jenn s. October 20, 2016 at 5:24 am

      Thanks, Evie! The printable files aren’t editable – but if you send me a message via Etsy we can talk about customizing the colors for you. Here’s the link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/HWTM – and then click on the “contact the shop owner” button. :)

  16. TheKraftRoom March 15, 2017 at 7:01 pm

    I like the modern classic Pooh theme. The color scheme looks really good. The cake is so adorable!

  17. Courtney June 12, 2017 at 10:14 pm

    I’m trying to add my food labels to the blank tent cards, but can’t seem to find the right fonts! Are you able to share which fonts were used so I can keep the look consistent? Love the designs!

    • jenn s. June 13, 2017 at 5:51 am

      Hi Courtney – The fonts that I used on the original tent cards were Betterfly Smooth (the scripty font) and True North Regular (the san serif font). I purchased them both on Creative Market. Hope that helps!

  18. Gina July 9, 2017 at 2:25 pm

    Can you tell me what size you used of the clear square plates? Thanks

  19. Holly July 22, 2017 at 12:48 pm

    Where did you find that awesome “hunney pot”? I’m obsessed, I’m throwing my 2 year old a party and I’m practically doing everything your did! You’re my inspiration(:


    • jenn s. July 27, 2017 at 11:16 am

      Hi Holly – So sorry for the delayed response! I found that pot randomly at Homegoods though… so it’s kind of hit or miss depending on what they’re carrying at the time. Sorry I can’t be of more help with that, but I’m so glad this post is helping with your party in general… good luck with it! :)

  20. Lauren September 4, 2017 at 2:25 pm

    Hi! Can you please tell me where you got the table cloth? So cute! Love everything you did here.

    • jenn s. September 5, 2017 at 12:10 pm

      Hi Lauren –
      Thanks for the kind words! The “tablecloth” is actually a curtain that I picked up at Ikea. ;) I often use patterned sheets, duvets, fabric shower curtains, and panel curtains as “tablecloths” for dessert tables because they’re so much less expensive and offer way more patterns than standard linens. I bought this particular curtain quite a while back though (probably 6 or 7 years) so they may not carry it anymore – but they always have a pretty good selection that rotates through. Target is my other go-to for this type of “linen”. Good luck!

  21. Lauren September 5, 2017 at 8:02 pm

    Thank you so much, Jenn. Really appreciate the response and that is so clever! I’m going to take a look now:) Thank you again. Love your blog. This post really inspired me.

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