Friday, February 12, 2016

Alice in Wonderland Party Ideas.

The Alice in Wonderland story has been around for over a 100 years.  Kids and adults have been inspired by the silly story of a girl who chases a rabbit into a rabbit hole.  Once in the rabbit hole, she meets very strange and eerie characters.  She manages to shrink and grow tall throughout the story and interacts with a silly cat who convinces her to attend a tea party with a talking rabbit and the Mad Hatter.  As the story continues, common sense quotes come out of all characters involved in the story.  One of my favorite quotes from this story: "There is no use going back to yesterday because I was a different person." 


"I knew who I was this morning but I've changed a few times since then." Alice 
"I'm not crazy. My reality is just different than yours." Chester the Cat 
"Not all who wonder are lost." The White Rabbit

Inspired by the story of Alice and Wonderland, I made a few decorations for a Valentine's Day party for my sons' classroom.  I started with making giant roses as table decorations.  These are quick and very simple to make.  You can learn how to make them by viewing my post: How to make Giant Paper Flowers.


I made printables to cut and use as decoration for the food table.  They were very easy to make.  I will share this printable at the end of this post. 


It would not be a party without someone dressing up as the White Rabbit and his clock.  Okay, it was suppose to be a pocket watch not a clock.  It made it more fun to dress up with a big giant clock and bunny ears.  Dressing up is optional however, it is much more fun for the kids and adults attending the party. 

Do not have a party to attend? No problem. Just create these wonderful decorations for your home and watch your family light up with joy. The giant flowers are now making my home bright and cheerful. 



Disclaimer: All opinions are all my own. Printables may not be reproduce for sale. To be used only for personal use. Inspired by the book, "Alice in Wonderland." Author  Lewis Carrol. 
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