January 20, 2015

Don't be late...

...for this very important date!
What do you do when a little girl requests a tea party to celebrate her birthday?
You take her down the rabbit hole for some MAD TEA PARTY, 4 year old fun!

Red felt chandeliers from IKEA were spray painted black to match the party decor. 
I repurposed a Mackenzie-Childs ornament box to hold the directional sign & clock. 
Clocks from World Market were also spray painted black to coordinate. 

I love to create place settings for parties. 
Teeny doilies & small blue cups with appetizer forks are perfect for toddler tea parties. 
 Mackenzie-Child's "Courtly Check" pieces were placed throughout the party decor & were the perfect complement to the bright party colors.

Directional printables by Glitter Ink Designs

Hippity Hop, Hop, Hop! 
Friends were lead by rabbit prints to retrieve their "Mad Hatter" party favors.

"Mad Hatter" hat containers...

Small jars of sweets... 
Party printable tags {"Take Me" & "Drink Me"} by One Love Designs

A special "Alice" dress for each party guest!

The girls made festive tea cups for their hot chocolate.

Whimsical Mad Hatter Cake by KAK- Kick Ass Cakes (design by Savvy Styled Sessions & Events)

Beautiful themed cookies by The Baked Equation

What's a tea party without mini macaroons?  KAK - Kick Ass Cakes

Custom made banner by Savvy Styled Sessions & Events...  don't be late!

Party Invitation, water bottle labels, "Eat Me" tags & banner printable 

Happy 4th Birthday, darling Stella! 
I hope you loved your time down the rabbit hole 
with your sweet friends, family & special guest, Alice!

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