I was so delighted when I found out my good friend, D, was expecting baby #2. Recently it has become more popular for 2+ moms to have a “sprinkle” thrown in honor of their new arrival and I was so excited to throw one for her. She loves Classic Pooh so I decided on that as the theme for the sprinkle. With the help of her mother and good friend we came up with a menu and a few decoration ideas. We kept things simple and with the help of Pinterest we were able to stay on a small budget.

Invitation - Web VersionI did the primary invitations through evite(.com) but made some traditional paper invitations for family who didn’t have access to a computer.

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We decided to create a dish to represent each of the main characters, Pooh, Tigger, Pigglet, Rabbit, and Eeyore.

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For Pooh, I found a recipe on Pinterest over at Mom Endeavors for honeycomb treats dipped in white chocolate. They were really easy to make and tasted sooooo good!

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Pigs in a blanket were a perfect fit for Piglet.

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I dyed some white chocolate and dipped pretzel rods to make the “Tigger Tales”.  Check out my Chocolate Covered Pretzel Rods post for some tips and tricks to save you time!

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Eeyore always seemed very simple to me and pretzel sticks were perfect to represent the branches he uses to build his house.

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Rabbits garden was of course a variety of yummy veggies and dip.

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To add a little more substance to the menu we made cucumber sandwiches and fruit kabobs.

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The food signs were really simple to make. We took Styrofoam balls and cut them in half. Then we covered each half with moss and stuck half a thick Popsicle stick in the center. Using mini Popsicle sticks and a thin Sharpie I wrote each menu item and then glued them onto the thick stick. I had all the supplies we needed for this project but you would be able to find everything you needed at a craft store for around $10.

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She had a whole set of the classic Pooh characters on her registry (at Buy Buy Baby) so I decided to buy a few to decorate the center of the table and double as part of her gift.

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I always think a clothesline looks adorable at a shower filled with adorable little outfits. I found several adorable outfits at our local consignment sale for under $10.

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We had the classic BINGO game for opening gifts.

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We decided to have a Winnie The Pooh book for guests to write well wishes to D and baby. Every time they go to read a story they will see how much they both are loved.

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For Parker’s monthly photos I had made a tie template and designed stickers. I thought it would be fun for everyone to decorate a milestone or month tie for baby C to wear. To save the template just right click on the image below and select “save image as”.

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One of D’s good friends made her this adorable Pooh diaper cake. The inside was filled with all kinds of goodies and each diaper is still usable.

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We chose a simple cake design and D’s mother found this edible sticker for the top.

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