Alice in Wonderland Party

It was Rachel’s 7th birthday in September and we had an Alice in Wonderland Party.
A huge thank you to Catherine to the amazing pictures as always.

Alice the birthday girl

 

 

 

 

 

This way, That way, Up, down Sign

Some of the Guests

Brothers, much better than Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum

 

 

Mad Hatter Boys

The Cheshire cat with his grin

 

White Rabbit

Queen of Hearts Soldiers

 

Papa looking just down right odd 🙂

The Cake

My sister, Jenni, in the UK make amazing cakes and she found these figures for me to use as there was no way I could mold them. She then emailed me the design and talked me through how to make it. I think for a non cake maker it came out okay.

 

 

 

Party Bags
I used 2 liter milk bottles and cut the tops off to make the party bags which I then turned into white rabbit by attaching ears and eyes and a packet watch and drawing a face

Each bag had a bath fizz with hearts in which had made the previous week

A Mome Rath ( they are little pom pom head type creatures that make a arrow for Alice to follow in the forest) made from 2 different pipe cleaners gun gunned together with a pom pom head and googly eyes


 The rest of the bag was sweets and goodies

The Table Decorations and Food

 

I made a cake stand using odd cups and saucers and plates that I had collected at 2nd hand shops, they are slightly harder to find than you would think. Then I glue gunned them together ( well by I it is implied The Geek 😉 )

I found this Cheshire cat pattern on line and of course I had to knit it for the table. I did land up sewing him at after the cake and table was done the night before and the crown was made so I did not go to bed that night. *sigh*, I always try do too much.

I found these Eat Me and Drink Me signs from Pinterest here

Made Cheshire Cat Tails from marshmallows and chocolate, it was harder to make the purple than I thought it would be. Also saw the idea on Pinterest, not that mine looked even half as good

 

Our take on Bread and Butterflies

Queen of Hearts Jam Tarts

Heart Cupcakes

Rainbow Jelly, this was fun to make but took a long time

I found this little teapot with a hole in it and thought it would be cute for the Dormouse to sit in

Tea Party

Blowing out candles

All in all I think it all went well.

11 thoughts on “Alice in Wonderland Party

  1. WOW! this is so awesome! i love it!! i want to be a mommy just like you one day!

    i LOVE the cheshire cat’s beanie!
    I LOVE the Queen of Hearts Soldiers outfits
    i LOVE the party packs – how adorable!!!
    the Mome Raths are super cool!!
    that knitted cheshire cat is too flipping adorable for words and makes me want a baby NOW so i can give him that cat to cuddle!
    The cake stand is absolutely genius! so clever i want to make one too!
    the cake is amazing!!

    your kids are very very lucky little people to have you as their beautiful mamma!

    • Thank you.
      I think it might be a case of I have more fun planning the parties, than that the kids demand all the effort. But i know she appreciated it.

  2. Wow, so many wonderful things. Loved all the details. You did an excellent job. Your daughter is such a beautiful little pixie…sorry, meant Alice.

    The photo with Rachel and the Queen of Hearts standing on the wooden floor brought back so many memories. When I was growing up we had wooden block floors exactly like that and I loved it so much. I don’t like the new wooden floors. My Mom hated it and we had carpets put in over the wooden block floors. Very sad.

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