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Monday, March 1, 2010

Alice in Wonderland Party Feature















Photography by Andrea Carlyle.

The highly anticipated Alice in Wonderland is coming out this Friday. Well, just in time, the amazing Julie Gallagher and Alex Royston from In Good Company of South Africa, has emailed me photos of an AMAZING Alice in Wonderland photo shoot that would have made Charles Lutwidge Dodgson smile. In Good Company styled the shoot for an Alice in Wonderland bridal shower tea party shoot, but the inspiration can be used for any type of party.

In Good Company is a shop that offers an exquisite range of imported linen, tableware, decorations (including printable party pdfs) and favors. Not only does In Good Company offer fantastic products, but they also have a great eye for styling. These photos are simply breathtaking!

Well guess what? In Good Company graciously offered up the printable party collection pdf that they used for this Alice in Wonderland shoot for all of my readers!!! Yes, you heard that right! This afternoon I will post the printable party pdf on this site and you can download it and create your own Alice in Wonderland party! The printable party collection includes the invitation, note card, envelopes, food picks, cupcake rappers, book plates, bookmarks, favor boxes, bunting and patterned paper. How awesome is that?

Alice in Wonderland Party Tips:

Styling Tip - Mix and Match unusual vessels such as teapots, creamers, jugs and hatboxes. The more mismatched the better!

Serving Tip - Offer a high tea buffet. Serve guests an assortment of teas, as well as tiny finger sandwiches, mini-quiche, scones, petit fours, chocolates, and cupcakes. Finish it off with a “HAPPY UNBIRTHDAY” cake, as was done in the Alice in Wonderland book!

Entertaining Tip
- Have guests create made hats at the party and hold a mad hatter fashion show at the end of the event. Provide hats, pipe cleaners, paper butterflies, plastic bugs, flowers, scissors, and tape for each guest to decorate.

See you this afternoon!

27 comments:

ClassiclyAmber said...

I would love to do this for my unbirthday~! LOVE the pics! =-D

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

what a great party this would make!

keiko said...

Everything looks so lovely - what a gorgeous setting!

the candy factory said...

great party!!!! love it

helen guzman said...

This is just stunning. Love the idea and the work involved!

Carla Cavellucci Landi said...

Wonderful set, wonderful giveaway! Tks you Amy and In Good Company!!

Rowaida said...

Gorgeous! Love the setting so colorful!

Sasha {Everything Fabulous} said...

great inspiration!! fabulous setting!

Evelyn Clark said...

Oh wow! What a fabulous concept and just in time too! Great colours and attention to detail -- I wish I thought of this, but I guess it's still Winter here in Canada. :D

VBP said...

Wonderful! Thanks for sharing today.

Lorena said...

Great setting, Love the idea of doing an unbirthday party like this one!

Thanks from an Argentinean reader living in Mexico

Kim - The TomKat Studio said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS!

Belkis Hull said...

Thanks for the inspiration and the pdfs!!!!

Anonymous said...

so lovely

ebonee butler said...

so lovely

Lily_Em said...

This looks like so much fun.
If you want to have the best hat at the party check out this site..
http://www.threadbanger.com/tb-projects/episode/THR_20091009

The rest of the costume resembles the adult style of the movie.. but the hat looks great!

Save the Date for Cupcakes said...

Such a fun theme! Love that it doesn't have to be so "matchy matchy".

~Tanya

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Kate Landers Events, LLC said...

i am beyond excited about the new alice in wonderland film, and am looking forward to hosting my own alice in wonderland party this summer. this is such a whimsical source of inspiration--thank you so much for the diy goodies!!! as always, a lovely visit at your blog!

Watch Disney's Alice in Wonderland Movie Online said...

That's really wonderful party. The celebrant and the guest surely enjoyed the event.

amber {daisy chain} said...

oh! the cards in the trees are amazing! everything comes together so well, love it!

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Beth said...

love this post!! had to post about you on my blog! :D
http://ilovedirtylaundry.blogspot.com/2010/03/drink-me.html

Shawna said...

http://pretendpartyandplay.blogspot.com/2010/03/alice-in-wonderland.html

we did something similar in our yard too!!

Niki Turner said...

Sharing a link to your site on my blog today. http://nikiturner.blogspot.com

Jen said...

This is amazing! Thank you for sharing. Is the PDF posted or did you have to remove it? I would love to download it for a party this weekend but cannot find it. I even looked on the In Good Company site to purchase it but cannot find it. Help!

Anonymous said...

SO CUTE!!!!!!!! I will celebrate my 6th daughter´s birthday inspired in your post and will send you photos of the result If you like!

thank you very very much

Beatriz

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