When my oldest son was a few years old, he watched the Disney version of Alice in Wonderland for the first time. He was hooked. He would watch it over and over and over again. I began to worry with how much he loved it. As he grew older and learned to read, he read every version he could find. One of the first plays he was ever in, during his 6th grade year, was Alice in Wonderland. He played the Caterpillar and was just brilliant at it! Yes, I admit to being just a little biased!
As I was planning his 16th birthday, I came up with the idea to throw him an Alice in Wonderland party. I then took it a step further and decided to write a murder mystery for it! He was so excited by the idea, he helped me. He knew all the characters so well, including all the obscure ones from the original book. We had so much fun creating this. The night of the party was amazing! We had over 40 teenagers come and they all had so much fun! I’m posting a few pictures from the night below.
I have created both a Digital Scrapbook kit and a Party pack to go with this theme.
First is the party pack:
It includes lots of fun printables for the party itself, such as cupcake wrappers, 2″ circles, 2 different versions of an invitation, thank you cards, water bottle/soda bottle labels, etc. It also includes the pdf’s of 6 different photo props to cut out, attach to sticks and use in a photo booth. It includes all of the character cards and the clue cards in pdf documents ready to print, cut and use. It also includes the script and host/hostess tip sheet (to be read only by the one throwing the party!). This entire pack is only $25.00.
Next, is the Digital Scrapbook kit:
This kit is great for adding to your party decorations and for scrapping the details of your party afterwards! It can also work for all kinds of different adventurous layouts!
Each product is linked to the store where you can purchase it.
If you are interested in downloading the script for free, without the tip guide and printables, you may do so by clicking HERE.
Here are a few pictures of the first time this party was held: