We fell in love with this idea the minute we noticed the punnery! Brit + Co. reader Meryl sent us a few photos of her son’s 1st Bee-Day party and we couldn’t help but giggle.
We love the idea of throwing a Bumble Bee-themed party for any age. Children of the ’90s can reminisce over Blind Melon’s No Rain video. Baby boomers can tell us about the time they had to wear beekeeper outfits to get their own honey. And just about anyone can related to being a busy busy bee! :)
First, props to Meryl. She threw a bumble bee themed pool party complete with bee patterned towels, all sorts of black and white balloons, bee-shaped treat bags, and we even spot some DIY honeycomb accessories on the table and by the towels. Very cool.
Next, we’ve rounded up a dozen more ways to channel your inner Queen Bee. Enjoy!
2. Street Style: This sartorial shot is a cool way to rock the bumble bee look without losing any street cred. We love the studded jacket and bag, and are swooning over those wedge pumps. Definitely channeling a little Dick Tracy in this one. (via Teen Vogue)
5. Polka Dots and Stripes: Or go a little mix matchy with your patterns! Love the long blazer paired with black and white polka dot and stripe patterns. It’s your bee-day, you’ll wear a million patterns if you want to! (via Puking Pastels)
7. Bumble Bee Wafers: Nilla wafers are one of the best items to keep in the kitchen when you’re looking to create a last minute sweet. These are quickly dipped in yellow and look adorable. (via The Celebration Shoppe)
10. Bumble Dog! + The Sheepish Poodle: Just because your dog thinks bees are insanely annoying doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to dress up as one. Right? Wait, what? Add this to our list of awesome pet costumes for Halloween.
12. Vintage Bee-Day: And another one from HWTM with a more vintage vibe. Love the Bit O Honey!!
Have you thrown or attended any awesomely themed birthday parties or events as of late? We’d love to see photos. Hit us up in the comments below!