Adorable Teddy Bear Picnic Party!
We have fallen head over heels for this adorable Teddy Bear Picnic Party by lillypaul designs! All the details are just precious down to the adorable embellishments in burlap, lace, and gingham prints! Who doesn’t love teddy bears? This is a perfect gender-neutral party idea (or shower idea too)! You’ll even spot some party goodies from our advertiser Shop Sweet Lulu! My favorite detail is the dessert table featuring “bear-y” sweet treats! Candace shared lots of sweet details with us:
“The dessert table included more “bear” inspired goodies including “Bearies and Cream” cupcakes from HaleyBelle’s Cupcakes, “Beary” Fruit Cups, “Bear” tails, “StrawBeary” Shortcakes, and “Beary delicious Cookies”. I made a vintage inspired fabric garland out of scraps of burlap, lace, and gingham fabrics to drape across the front of the table. I also added simple tins filled with baby’s breath and teddy bear picks to the table and jazzed up some plain pie tins and plastic berry baskets with lace for a softer look.” – Candace of lillypaul designs
More sweet teddy bear picnic details as told by Candace of lillypaul designs:
“Rachel of Printed Ink did an amazing job of creating the printables to match my vision and incorporated the textures of burlap and lace in the printables. Gingham blankets, picnic baskets, and vintage teddy bears set the stage for this picnic in the park. I added in layers of burlap and lace, some old coffee tins filled with baby’s breath, and vintage inspired finds to create a simple and soft summertime picnic.
What kid doesn’t love their own lunch box? I took plain kraft gable boxes and tied a napkin around the top, glued on some ribbon and added a “Little Bear Lunch Box” printable to the front. Super cute, super easy, and a great way to keep lunches contained. The drink table included “Beary Pink Lemonade” and “Old-Fashioned Root Bear”. Mason jars served dolled up with some lace and fun striped paper straws served as glasses and root beer bottles got a makeover with added doilies and twine.
Party favors included DIY Teddy Bear headbands, mini Teddy Bear jars filled with honey courtesy of Cool Party Favors, and personalized “Build-A-Bear” teddy bears.”
Credits & Resources
Party Styling: lillypaul designs | Photography: Photography by Laura Beatriz | Printables: Printed Ink | Cupcakes and Cake: HaleyBelle’s Cupcakes | Teddy Bear Jars: Cool Party Favors | Gable Boxes, Candy Cups, Striped Straws: Shop Sweet Lulu
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This party looks wonderful. Beautiful job. The teddy bears are so sweet!! Thanks for the great inspiration
this is such a sweet idea!
Where did you get the headbands? I have been looking all over and all I can find are the thin plastic ones. Thanks, this is beautiful!
I am having a low key Teddy Bear Picnic with my two Grand nieces in the park. I found directions on Pinterest to make Teddy Bear Bread using buttermilk biscuits, I bought Teddy Grahams for dessert, I got several books from the library, We’re going on a Bear Hunt, Where’s My Teddy, Bear Alert, and several Bearinstein Bear Book. We also are coloring Bears I printed out and putting them together.