Winnie the Pooh

Mama fell in love with ‘Winnie the Pooh’ when she saw the real teddy bear at the New York’s Pupblic Library window. She was pregnant with little Panagiotis at that time and she made a sentimental connection between Winnie and the baby.

This wise and funny bear had us all involved to create the cutest and most memorable baptism, since it was part of our childhood memories too. We kept the red balloon Winnie used to carry him in the clouds, the forest elements of Hundred Acre Wood and of course the honey pot as the main piece on the candy bar.

Yummy cookies, cupcakes and cake pops so pretty you almost don’t want to eat them. Lots of donuts and candies welcomed the guests and red paper bags with gifts for kids set the start to an amazing day.

photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography
photo by: George Pahountis Photography

Special thanks to all vendors:

Photographer: George Pahountis

Sweets and Desserts: Zahari Sweet Shop

Flowers and planning: White Anemones Events

Location: Wine museum

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