Alice in Wonderland Party Ideas
It's been awhile since we've come up with dollar store crafty ideas for a party theme. You all have such great input. I have a good one for you today, so get your brainstorms ready! Reader Crista at the Dollar Store Crafts Facebook page asked for some help:
I am planning a Alice and wonderland Costume party for my soon to be 4 yr old in October and need ideas on how to do this inexpensively.
Tea Party: First thing I think of for an Alice in Wonderland theme is a mad tea party! Your 4 year-old is definitely old enough to enjoy a tea party (I have been doing small tea parties with my sons since they were 18 months old, and at about 2-1/2 they really get into it and are able to pour tea, etc.). If you already have a tea set and tea cups, then you're halfway there. If you don't, maybe a miniature tea set would be a good gift for your child.
Serving Tray: I love the serving tray shown above (found at Alice-In-Wonderland.net), made with plates, tea cups, and a teapot. You can easily make these using the instructions from the tiered serving tray, but use mismatched tea service stuff (find it at the thrift store).
Eat Me Cakes: Use the Twinkie Bon-Bon instructions to make adorable bite-sized cakes (just write "eat me" with a fine decorating tip or edible marker). I also like the Eat Me cakes at Sprinkle Bakes. You can also serve any kind of cupcake or cake and just put it on a paper doily marked "eat me." You can get large packs of doilies in the wedding section of the dollar store. (I like this pretty pastel doily-dyeing project at Decor to Adore, too).
"Rabbit Ear" Headbands: I like these fashion-inspired headbands, and I think they'd be fun party favors for an Alice in Wonderland party. Find out how to make them at Chic Steals.
Now it's your turn! What are your great ideas for an Alice in Wonderland party?Full disclosure policy.