These are phrases that you surely need to complete any Alice in Wonderland themed event, and you can be sure that they are found in this fabulous Alice in Wonderland Dessert Table submitted and styled by Ashleigh Goodwin of Ashleigh Nicole Events out of Carlsbad,CA,USA.
Alice in Wonderland Dessert Table
You’ll see the trend of beautiful, everlasting paper flowers inside this dessert table set-up, and you don’t want to miss the other amazing sweets, labels, and decor.
My favorite ideas and elements from this fabulous dessert table include:
- Custom floral Alice in Wonderland-inspired cookies
- Paper flower backdrop
- Gold calligraphic sweet labels + toppers
- Large stop watch and chain strung across the dessert table front
- And stacked, thrifted tea cup and kettle decor pieces
Styling | Design | Props/Decor | Chocolate covered strawberries | Cupcakes- Ashleigh Nicole Events
Gold Toppers- Heather Nelson Design
Cookies- Creeative Cookies by Ree
Cake- Sweet Serendipity
Fruit Tarts- The Crimson Cake
Alice in Wonderland Dessert Table Details:
Here is what Ashleigh shared about the event- “I styled and designed this Alice in Wonderland dessert table for a gorgeous little girl turning 1!!!
The desserts consisted of fruit tarts, custom cookies, mini cupcakes, chocolate covered strawberries and a two tier cake!
I used crisp white linen for the base of the table. To act as a banner, I used a pocket watch style clock and hung the linked chain across the front of the table. I purchased the plastic link chain from Home Depot, spray painted it gold and attached it to the wall clock!
My favorite part has to be the backdrop! I had so much fun making these paper flowers! Some of the flowers have little faces in them from characters in the movie! I watched a few tutorials and created a few different style flowers. I purchased the artificial grass from Home Depot.
I anchored a large metal gold key in the center of the backdrop to complete the look!
For table decor, a lovely friend of mine found an assortment of teacups at local thrift shops. Love her!
I made two stacks of four tea sets each, placed on moss circles and covered with a glass dome! (The domes main purpose was to prevent the kiddos from knocking the tea cups over)
I used a gold wire dessert stand to hold the vanilla cupcakes. Each mini cupcake had gold toppers that read “eat me”. I placed chocolate covered strawberries on a tired dessert tray which sat on a gold jeweled cake stand.
The fruit tarts from The Crimson Cake also had gold toppers that read “fruit tarts”.
My absolute favorite dessert item where the custom cookies by Creeative Cookies by Ree! Isn’t she amazing!
I had so much fun with this table!”
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