This first birthday party theme is bear-y cute! From the bright blue color palette to the baby bears everywhere, there’s plenty to celebrate. If you decide to throw a bear-themed birthday party for the big ONE these ideas will definitely help you out!
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Balloon: While balloons are an obvious choice for party décor, you can change the classic set-up by attaching just one oversized balloon to the high chair. Add your own confetti down the string for a ready-to-party look.
Candy Jar: Even if baby can’t enjoy the candy quite yet, it doesn’t mean other guests won’t want to get their sweet tooth on. Treat guests to a candy shop feel with glass jars full of sweets.
Favors: Favors that go along with the theme are always a good idea, and these bear cookies in a box will please any party goer.
Cake: The first cake is always a big one! If you want to do a smash cake you can make a small one just for the guest of honor and have a large one to serve up to guests.
Cake Pops: It’s almost like teddy bears were meant to be cute cake pops all along! If you want to leave the cake to baby, cake pops are a good bite-sized alternative for more grown up guests.
From the crib and wall art to the toys and mobile, there’s an endless amount of new things you’ll need to style the newest room in your home. Plan the nursery like you’d decorate any other room of the house, but make it stand out as a fun room full of inspiration and excitement for your new baby.
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Nursery: The crib will be the main focus of the room, so putting a lot of your décor efforts around that area will pay off. A gallery wall of colorful eye-catching prints draws the eye up the wall and just adds some pizazz to the room.
Mobile: Mobiles are the perfect combination of entertaining and calming for a baby, so it’s important to consider not only how it will look in the room, but how your baby will interact with it. Stars and clouds are a popular choice for soothing baby to sleep.
Pink Chair: You’ll definitely want to have seating available for you. After all, you’ll be spending a lot of time in the nursery! This pink woven chair is a lively alternative to a standard rocking chair and brings a lot of energy to the space. The cloud pillow is a nice touch to compliment the baby mobile too!
Pillows: Even though it’s recommended that newborns don’t have pillows in their crib, there’s nothing wrong with using a few as decoration. Much like the rest of your home, accent pillows add pops of color and make a space more comforting.