Eva's 'Alice in Wonderland' Baby Shower!

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Party Recap

This Alice in Wonderland-inspired baby shower was all about the details: a card box shaped like the Mad Hatter's hat, red roses arranged in paint-dripped paint cans ("you can always paint the roses red"), pink flamingos (no croquet though!), a 'smell-the-tea' guessing game (sure beats the 'smell-the-diaper' game!), teacup gifts for guests, framed quotes from the book/movie, custom nametags, and 'Eat Me'/ 'Drink Me' tags, playing cards and teacups everywhere! Guests enjoyed a three-course meal plus theme-related desserts, in between playing baby shower games with tea-inspired prizes. Our guest of honour- adorned in her custom 'Queen of Hearts' headband- went home with a smile as big as the Cheshire cat's!


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Salad, pasta, choice of entree (chicken, beef, fish)

  • What People Drank

    Water, soft drinks, coffee/cappuccino and, of course, tea!

  • Desserts

    *Theme-inspired treats: cake pop topiaries; clock cookies; teabag-shaped cookies; raspberry jam tarts; keylime blueberry cupcakes; assorted macarons; *Gluten-free treats: 'Down the rabbit hole' brownie bites; 'Always tea time' Rice Krispies teapots; 'Paint the roses' banana cupcakes; 'Queen of hearts' raspberry tarts; 'Don't be late' blueberry clock macarons; 'We're all mad' strawberry teacup macarons

  • Party Favors

    Guests received teacups; Game winners received Alice in Wonderland tea flavours (ex. Mad tea party blend) with teapot-shaped spoon rests

  • Activities / Games

    Guessing games (1. guess how many sour keys inside the jar; 2. Smell-the-tea; 3. Due date predictions = guests stamped a blue or pink stamp on a calendar to make their predictions); Match the animal baby to its Mother (match-up); Finish the Nursery Rhyme (fill-in-the-blanks); Baby bingo; Pass-the-gift (=a poem that lead a special gift around the room secretly intended for the Mother-to-be who received a teapot-shaped Pandora charm to remember this special day)



  • Cynthia D

    Cynthia D wrote:

    Are these real playing cards? And if so, are they glued together?

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    Melissa D wrote:

    Cynthia D: yes, they are real playing cards that were glued/taped together to hold up the macarons.