We used vintage tables and chairs, that we repainted in bright colors to pop against the lace table cloths. Darling Alice in Wonderland Tea cups that we found at TJ Maxx Home Goods. Lanterns hung above the table to help create the feeling of the Mad Hatter tea party. Most importantly a beautiful Un-Birthday cake!
Each child had to drink a drink me potion and shrink, so that they would be the right size for wonderland. We placed them on a vintage table that we white washed, the had the key for the door, Alices drink me bottle, and a clock to represent the white rabbit. Cards depicted scenes from Alice in Wonderland.
Little details were placed throughout the yard. Such as large bees, butterflies, and huge flowers to make it feel more magical.
Alices Un-Birthday Cake and Cheshire cupcakes recipe here.
Painting the Roses Red Pops recipe here.
White Rabbits Hot Chocolate, and other recipes here.
Alice in Wonderland Cookie recipes here.
Here is the 2nd part of the party where all the kids arrive.... click HERE!
Also stay tuned for a daily Halloween posting! I got so behind on working on parties, that I fell behind on my blog. From now on there with be weekly or more post on this blog, thanks for the support and following me!