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Whimsical Alice in Wonderland Birthday Party

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Welcome to Wonderland where jumbo cards fall from the sky, the cheshire cat is always smiling and everyone wishes you a very merry un-birthday! Patty Liu co-hosted this Whimsical Alice in Wonderland Birthday Party full of DIY ideas and cute food inspired by the magic of Wonderland!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Card Soldier Rice Krispie Treats and Cheshire Cat Tales
  • Jumbo Card Invitations, “Take Me” candy favors & a manzanita branch with hanging keys
  • Homemade queen of hearts inspired tutu and matching card headband
  • “Drink Me” tags and sweet treat crafted “tea cups” from candy and ice cream cones

cheshire cat tails

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wonderland party signs

alice in wonderland card invitation

jumbo cards

drink me tag

alice in wonderland inspired tutu

cheshire cat activity

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wonderland favors


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Patty…

I just wanted to share a little real party my friend I put together for her daughter’s 7th birthday.  We’re not professional event planners or anything, just everyday people who like to browse the hostess blog and pinterest for fun party ideas.  I hope other readers of the hostess blog will find this party inspiring since we did it on a very limited budget and we made a lot of DIY crafts.  We’re lucky to have another friend who is a baker and she helped us with the desserts and treats.  Plus a graphic designer that helped us design the fun invitation, signs and name tags.  Below is just some details on some of the things we made.

We made the invitations look like the Queen of Hearts playing card.  And the backs of the cards were paired with a red pattern to make it look even more real.  These were simple to make, print and cut out.

Our friend had this fantastic manzanita branch that has gotten some good use out of it at many parties.  We purchased a lot of little keys off ebay and strung them up in colorful ribbon and hung them up all over the tree.  It added a fun and whimsical feel to the decor.

Drink Me bottles: were simply empty Frappacino bottles that we removed the labels from.  This was a great idea we found on Pinterest.  Added a little Drink Me tag and ribbon and wha la.
Edible Ice Cream Cone Tea Cups: were super cute and super easy to make.  We also found this idea on Pinterest.  All we needed was plain ice cream cones, gummy rings, large cookies and iced frosting from a tube.
Rice Krispy Treats Cards: was just a simple recipe of rice krispies topped with little heart-shaped heads made of card stock.
Cheshire Cat Tails: was just giant marshmallow skewers dipped in colored white chocolate and sugar crystals.  These were yummy and the kids loved them!
Heart Shaped ham & cheese sandwiches: made by the queen of hearts.  Easy cut outs using a cookie cutter, plus add a little EAT ME tag.

We found cute little mason jars for $1 each and filled them with an assortment of candy.  Tag it with a TAKE ME tag and it’s ready to go.

We purchased a deck of jumbo cards and strung them up and hung them up all over the ceiling.

These were simply printed on a card stock paper and we added a thick cardboard strip to the backs of them to keep them sturdy.

These were purchased at a party decor warehouse for $10 each.

This was completely handmade with regular tulle in different shades of blue and white.  We hot glued different cut out shapes and added ribbon.  It was beautiful!  This was definitely the most expensive item we made.

We played “Pin the Smile on the Cheshire Cat”, a ring toss and a “Color the Roses Red” quiet coloring session.  That was a godsend, it kept the kids quiet for at least 20-minutes!  :)

Vendor Credit
By |2017-03-09T10:26:47+00:00March 6th, 2013|Parties for Girls|

About the Author:

Hi, I’m Alyssa, and I love seeing all the inspiration on HWTM! Aside for my obvious love of design, parties, and blogging, here are a few random things about me…

1. I’ve done 3 triathlons.

2. I just got married on 3.14.15

3. I’m from Miami, Florida.

4. My 4 favorite Hostess INK collections are Birthday-saurus, Farm birthday, Baby Bistro, and Retro Rainbow.

5. I love to cook but hardly, if ever, repeat dinner recipes.


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  3. Amanda K March 7, 2013 at 2:06 pm

    Love the styling of this party! So many cute touches…rice krispie cards, Cheschire Cat Tails, and all!

  4. Creative Printables March 8, 2013 at 1:47 am

    I have seen some really great Alice in Wonderland parties but this one must the most creative! Love it

  5. Lilly Harrington April 22, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Hi there,
    My daughter Birthday is coming up soon and I loved this party decoration, it’s very colorful, creative and fun and
    I’d love to know where i can buy this Alice In wonderland Party decoration? Suplies etc…
    Looking forward to hear from you

  6. The Party Gecko July 8, 2013 at 1:50 pm

    Wow! This is a really special AiW party – love it!

  7. Jennifer Bottorff September 25, 2013 at 10:59 am

    This is fabulous! I am working on my daughter’s 10th birthday with an Alice in Wonderland theme and love your ideas. Do you know what font you used on the arrow signs? It is wonderful. Thank you!

  8. Kim Davis Cook February 16, 2014 at 9:09 pm

    Could you list the fonts used on the invite? Mainly the one for the name and the Queen of Hearts. thanks!

  9. Jennifer February 23, 2014 at 4:44 am

    Where did you get the candy jars used for centerpieces?

  10. Jennifer February 23, 2014 at 4:46 am

    I mean the jars you used for favors?

  11. Lauren Michelle June 19, 2014 at 3:59 pm

    Can you please list the fonts you used for the invites and the decor or message them to me? Also, can you tell me where you got them? I really like them!

  12. Susie January 19, 2015 at 10:15 am

    We want to do an AIW party for my 10 year old this year. Please give tips on the invitations and how to make the giant playing cards. Your ideas are amazing!

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  14. Lidi June 10, 2016 at 5:11 am

    Hi I’m absolutely obsessed with the invitation & have been trying to figure out for the last 3 months on how I can make them or even purchase invitations just like that as I’m in the mist of planning my daughters first birthday. I would really appreciate on how I can get the invitation details or even if I can purchase them! Thank you :)

    • jenn s. June 10, 2016 at 3:01 pm

      Hi Lidi –
      The only vendor credit we received for the party was from Patty Liu, who submitted it and gave us this URL. It seems like she made them herself, so you might try contacting her (or Peggy) here to see if they’d be willing to sell/customize them for you. Good luck with your daughter’s party! :)

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