The Twins’ First Birthday Party: Classic Winnie the Pooh Theme

Can you believe Sarah’s twins are one?!

What a year we’ve had since the arrival of Elizabeth and Hannah! A year full of smiles, giggles, and more diapers than we can count.

A little party for their birthday lunch was in order! Sarah chose a classic Winnie-The-Pooh theme which was perfect for our little pooh-bear and piglet.

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boxwood clippings_twins first birthday

boxwood clippings_twins first birthday

For the ladies, we served our favorite strawberry salad (HERE) and Victoria sponge cake (see HERE).

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We decorated with white and florals, stuffed animals and building blocks.

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boxwood clippings_twins first birthday

For the littles, we made a picnic lunch. Gygi came through again with everything we needed for our little guests.

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Our sister, Helen made tiny fondant honey bees for the cupcakes as well as pooh bear and piglet for the girls’ cake.

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boxwood clippings_twins first birthday

The girls took licking every ounce of their frosting very seriously. Our little pooh-bear Elizabeth..

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…. and our little piglet, Hannah with her tiny little pigtails :)

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We couldn’t imagine life without these little girls…”it’s so much friendlier with two!”

Simple food and decorations made for a very easy and enjoyable party for everyone.

Be sure to check out all the products we used on Gygi’s blog HERE and don’t forget to use our coupon for 15% off purchase your next Gygi purchase!

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25 Responses to “The Twins’ First Birthday Party: Classic Winnie the Pooh Theme”

  1. Chrissy Says:

    Beautiful party!

  2. carol Says:

    I just had my grandsons 1st birthday . It was so much fun. I had 50 people in my house with a disney cars theme. Your twins are adorable. You are blessed.

  3. Rebekah Says:

    Aw how sweet! Happy birthday to the cute little twins!

  4. Sarah Says:

    Thank you ladies. We had great fun. Kids parties are for sure our new favorite thing!

  5. Desiree Says:

    that is just the sweetest party ever!

  6. sara Says:

    What a lovely party!
    Could you tell me where you got your cupcake stands?

    Thank you.

  7. Sarah Says:

    Hi Sarah, thanks for your comment. Most of the stands I have are from Macy’s Martha Stewart collection, but the one with the birthday cake on it is Williams Sonoma, best wedding gift ever!

  8. Mandy Says:

    So cute! Congrats! Could you tell us more about the hats, did you make them?

  9. Sarah Says:

    Hi Mary, Yes I made the hats. They’re really easy and will do a post really soon about them!

  10. Brittany Says:

    Hi! I love the boxes the kids lunches are in. Do you remember which size you ordered? Thanks so much!

  11. Sarah Says:

    Thanks Brittany! Oooh I think it was the One Pound Gingham Candy Box. The taller one in the picture.

  12. Megan Says:

    Hi Sarah,
    I love the honeycomb decorations! Where did you buy them??


  13. Sarah Says:

    Thanks Megan. I got them from a local party store called Zurchers, but they sell them at Target and Ikea too.

  14. LB Says:

    A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E! Your girls and your decorations! Brilliant! Happy belated birthday Hannah and Elizabeth!

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  16. Michelle Wade Says:

    Where did u get the classic stuffed animals?! Wanting to do this theme for my daughter’s second birthday.

  17. Sarah Says:

    Hi Michelle, the stuffed animals are all from my childhood. Now I’m glad I can put them to good use! Good luck!

  18. Peggy Says:

    Loved the blocks where can I find them?

  19. megan Says:

    I love your table decorations and am planning a classic pooh party for my daughter’s first birthday. Could you tell me where you got the happy birthday blocks, or did you make them?

  20. Sarah Says:

    Megan, so glad you like our party! We’re in love with Classic Pooh! Unfortunately, we’ve had these blocks for years, but here’s a link to something similar: have fun with your party! Happy Birthday to your little one! xxx

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  22. Twyla Says:

    Where are the invitations from? I love them!

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  24. Courtney Says:

    Can you tell me where the invitations are from? They are so cute!

  25. Sarah Says:

    Hi Courtney,

    I simply scanned in an image and added my own text, had them printed at Fed Ex, I would share the PDF, but the image is copyrighted from Disney!