Alice in Weddingland
With the perfect blend of fun and style, an Alice in Wonderland wedding is perfect for a couple who want a unique theme that’s absolutely filled with magic and imagination. So, if you want an unforgettable wedding that your guests will love, get ready to fall down the rabbit hole as you get inspired by these beautiful ideas for an Alice in Wonderland wedding!
1) “Drink Me” Cocktails
This simple idea instantly adds some Alice in Wonderland magic to any wedding day. What better way to theme your reception drinks than with these cute Wonderland inspired ‘drink me’ labels? If you want to take this idea one step further, you could have some decorated “eat me” cookies on your dessert table!
2) Your Look
For an Alice in Wonderland inspired bridal look, feel free to let your imagination run wild. Channel your inner Alice with a sweet, girly look with minimal makeup and a bright berry lipstick. Why not wear a blue-toned dress to add to your whimsical theme?
3). Crazy Cakes
Wedding cakes are an amazing way to add to the theme of your day. From teapots, to pocket-watches to playing cards, there are so many ways to include some Alice in Wonderland fun into your cake. Remember to show photos to your cake supplier to help them see the kind of crazy wedding cake you would like.
Incorporate some vintage elements into your big day with these cute clocks. Whether you go for clocks scattered along the aisle or some little pocket watches hanging from trees, this is a great way to make your venue look like you’ve just stepped into Wonderland.
Everybody loves sweets, and there’s no better excuse to include them in your wedding day than an Alice in Wonderland theme! Fill your dessert table with pastel macaroons, meringues and all kinds of sweet treats. Your guests will love this tasty addition to your wedding day.
6). Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
No Alice in Wonderland wedding is complete without a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party! You can either transform your wedding breakfast into a crazy tea party, or include hints of this tea party theme throughout the day. Whatever you choose, make sure there’s some tea party fun in your Alice in Wonderland wedding!
Wedding signs are a big trend for 2016 weddings, and this is great news for Alice in Wonderland weddings! Feel free to get involved in some wedding DIY and create your own wedding sign using a framed chalk board and write your favourite Alice in Wonderland quotes on it. But if DIY isn’t your thing, have a little look around on Etsy and you’re guaranteed to find something you love!
Flower arrangements are an easy way to instantly make your venue look whimsical and magical! Talk to your florist about incorporating some Alice in Wonderland elements into your bouquets – why not add a hanging pocket watch?
Set the theme of your wedding day with some beautiful, themed invitations. We love these “Don’t be late, save the date” Wonderland invitations and think they’re an amazing way to immediately show your guests what to expect.
10). Lawn Games
If your venue has a decent amount of garden space which you can use, then why not set up some Wonderland-inspired lawn games. From a giant, lifesize chess board, to flamingo croquet, there are so many ways that you can add a touch of Alice in Wonderland fun to your wedding reception. However, before you set up a large game of croquet outside your venue, make sure that your allowed to use the gardens!
11). Playing Cards
There are so many ways to include some Queen of Hearts inspired details into your big day, but our favourite is playing cards. Use them as table numbers, as cake toppers or create an entire wedding arch out of them. However you decide to incorporate them into your wedding, this is such a simple yet effective way to instantly make your venue look like you’ve stepped into Wonderland.
Photo credits: Pinterest.
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