Whimsical and Colorful Alice in Wonderland First Birthday Party
This Alice in Wonderland First Birthday Party by my best friend, Jennifer Hostetler was truly one of the most whimsical birthday parties I have attended. I originally mentioned it when I dyed those coffee filter flowers for the Red Rose Queen of Hearts bush and then again when I made the paper flowers with faces on them. I’m SO excited about the fantastic job my best friend Jenny did on this party! If you don’t know, Jenny is the Queen of theme parties. Two of the most popular posts she has shared here on DIY Inspired are her Circus themed party and her Candy Land party Part One and Part Two.
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum
First, let me please introduce the two guests of honor, Jamie and Brooklyn!!! Jenny dressed them in yellow t-shirts, white suspenders, and red tutus representing Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. How adorable are they???
When you first enter the backyard area, Jenny hung a WONDERLAND banner she made from scrapbook paper.
The kids table looked amazing, complete with the centerpiece I made for her.
The backyard was transformed completely with painted frames in the bushes, tissue and paper flowers with faces, and floating lanterns above.
Food Table Decorations
Near the food area, she made an eat me sign, an oversized clock from the white rabbit, and a beautiful cake to match the theme.
Queen of Hearts Royal Croquet Court
Jenny had an area with A Royal Croquet Court that paid homage to the Queen of Hearts herself! She used the skirt I made for Halloween as a table skirt. She also painted large wooden playing card guards to watch over the game.
This was such a GORGEOUS party full of inspiration!
You may also like a this Vintage Inspired Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Tea Party!
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This post was originally published on July 10, 2013.