There are so many things I love about the different versions of Alice in Wonderland: the Victorian aesthetic of the original book's engravings, the happy sweetness of the Disney version, and Tim Burton's lush imagery, the sense of wonder and whimsy without the sugary pastels. For decor, you could use either real or print cut-outs of clocks, antique books, skeleton key place cards, and trees hung with teaspoons and playing cards. Flowers bursting from teacups and teapots could serve as centerpieces. A dessert table of little cakes and heart shaped tarts begs for tags reading "Eat Me." Check out the deets below for more info on where to buy!
Mood: Magic and whimsy meet vintage garden party
Color Palette: Periwinkle blue, black, dark pink, brass, accented with shades of brown
The Deets, Credits, and Maybe Where to Buy Them:
Skeleton Key Place Cards by Raw Photo Design via Style Me Pretty, Lazaro Bridesmaid Dress, Tree Decor from allthebeautifulthings by Loreta, Drink Me Tags by Etsy Seller AnistaDesigns, Teacup Centerpiece from Events by Heather Ham, White Rabbit Thank You Card by Etsy Seller AnistaDesigns, Antique Book, Teacup, and Clock Centerpiece by Three Nails Photography via Green Wedding Shoes, Croquet Set by Jessica Feely via Love and Lavender, Alice in Wonderland Decor by Alicia of Bows and Arrows via Marry You Me, Eat Me Toppers by Etsy Seller AnistaDesigns, Alice in Wonderland Chair by Sarah Maren Photography via Style Me Pretty