Selected as Party of the Day on June 18th!

Tea Party

Jen T By Jen T  in Birthday


Party Recap

We created an amazing wonderland in the backyard of these twin girls home. All of the decorations were created by us as well the dress up items. The kids had a ball running around and playing croquet in the Queens's croquet court. They crafted their own door sign to take home which was embellished with vintage Alice in Wonderland wood images. We used plastic milk for pink lemonade with the "drink me" labels along with containers filled with "eat me" jelly beans! To end the party, the kids ate amazing Alice cupcakes. Each girl went home with their own tutu and ears set--white rabbit or Cheshire cat. The boys went home with their very own Mad Hatter Hat, along with a t-shirt.


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Mini bagels, cheese, and fruit cups.

  • What People Drank

    Pink lemonade

  • Best Moment

    Watching each of the children wishing the best for each other as they helped play a round of croquet.

  • Funniest Moment

    Watching the 4 year old children play croquet for the first time!

  • Most Touching Moment

    Everyone singing Happy Birthday together to the twin girls and then all clapping and laughing together.

  • Best Dressed

    All of the children!

  • Desserts

    The cup cakes were designed specifically for this party. Alice falling down the rabbit hole made of marzipan.

  • Party Favors

    The girls each received a tutu along with either White rabbit or Cheshire cat ears. The boys received a Mad Hatter hat and a t-shirt

  • Activities / Games

    We created an obstacle course which uncluded-find your "Drink Me" bottle in the Cheshire Cat tree, running through the deck of cards, and finally croquet om the Queen of Hearts croquet grounds. The obstacle course ended att the Mad Hatter Tea Party for the craft. The craft was a door plaque with each child's initial which they painted. It was embellished with a vintage Alice in Wonderland image.


Party Helpers

  • Baked by Patricia


    Baked by Patricia provided Bubbles and Buttons with these amazing Alice in Wonderland themed cupcakes, that not only looked great, they were delicious.




  • Ashley A

    Ashley A wrote:

    I love the cards! Such a cute idea!

  • Jen T

    Jen T wrote:

    Thank you! We had so much fun creating these and the kids loved them!

  • Candice P

    Candice P wrote:

    love the huge flowers, pls explain how it was done. thanks a lot

  • Jen T

    Jen T wrote:

    We used the tutorial on design sponge, which I have attached here. I could not find stucco corner, so we just used chicken wire. (Use gloves bc it is sharp). I made the flower template on my own. Good luck!