Are you a fan of the wondrous Wonderland? If so, check out this darling Alice in Wonderland Birthday Tea Party by Zoe Lee of Joy & Co Events, out of Perth/ Western Australia/ Australia!
It’s not only wondrous, but features a fabulous nut free dessert menu, which parents of kids with allergies will go crazy over! So head down the rabbit hole and see what amazing things lie ahead in this beautiful event!
As you head down the rabbit hole, be sure to find these incredible elements:
- Pink rosette cake topped with a wooden Alice topper
- Tea bag chocolate shortbread
- Velvet Mad Hatter hats
- “Eat Me” treats, tarts and cupcakes
- Scattered Alice in Wonderland playing cards
- Raspberry pancake pops
- And cute woodland decor!
Concept & Styling: Joy & Co Events
Photos: Lola Images
Cake: Ruby’s Patisserie
Cake Topper: Etched
Flowers: Blush Botanic Perth
Teacups & Saucers: The Vintage Table
Plates, cups and straws: Ruby Rabbit Partyware
Alice in Wonderland Birthday Tea Party
Alice in Wonderland Birthday Tea Party Details:
This is what Zoe shared about the party- “For Ava’s fourth birthday she had been dreaming of an Alice in Wonderland party a la Tim Burton. From the outset I knew that we had to make this party a bit moodier than your usual four year old’s Alice in Wonderland theme.
Ava loves deep rich colours so taking our cues from the jewel toned velvets we created a beautiful tea party table and cake table in a local park. Knowing the children would be running around the park which was impossible to completely decorate, we decided to carry the theme through by making handmade velvet mad hatter hats for each of the guests to wear during the party. Feathers and vintage beads popped against the bold colours of the velvet and silk hatbands. On arrival each guest chose their own unique hat to wear and keep.
For tea time we made tea bag chocolate shortbread and what we Australians call scones, strawberry cream butterfly cakes, jam tarts, raspberry pancake pops and meringues in pressed glass jewellery boxes. The rosette covered birthday cake was topped with a custom wooden topper from Etched to suit the woodland environment of the party. For favors we filled miniature glass vials with jelly beans and adorned each one with a brass key as a keepsake.
Like many children Ava has a nut allergy. Creating a nut free party was easier than expected with a few thoughtful substitutions and careful selection of food vendors. The birthday girl could indulge knowing that everything at her party was safe as well as delicious.”
More Mad Hatter awaits!
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