Fall down the rabbit hole this weekend with all-things-Alice! Show us how you’re spending your golden afternoon celebrating your very own Merry Unbirthday with the hashtag #DisneyWeekend on Instagram!
Dessert is the most essential addition to any Unbirthday, but this recipe has a special Alice in Wonderland vibe. With mugs inspired by the Mad Tea Party ride at the Disney Parks, these classy cups of mousse check all Disney fan boxes.
What would an Unbirthday be without cupcakes? Pay tribute to the most mischievous creature in all of Wonderland with a delectable Cheshire Cat dessert. But be careful — these cupcakes are likely to disappear in the blink of an eye!
Looking for a fun way to toast Alice in Wonderland edible teacups? These are the perfect treat to accompany a viewing of the film. Your kids will love watching the Mad Hatter’s Unbirthday party antics with this themed snack in hand.
Go all out for the 66th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland with an epic tea party. The Mad Hatter himself would be jealous of this spread!
Cheshire Cat Ink and Water Art
One of the most magical parts of Alice in Wonderland is when she is serenaded by a field of wildflowers. Recreate that moment in your home with your very own DIY bouquet of golden afternoon flowers !
The easiest (and prettiest) way to put your love for Alice on display? This floral phone wallpaper, of course!
Why having a boring, regular doorknob when you can have one that looks like the whimsical knob Alice encounters in the movie? This DIY will give your kids a “turn” to craft a fun addition to their bedrooms!
The birds of Wonderland are truly a sight to see! Some look like umbrellas while others resemble shovels, but the cutest ones by far look like pencils. Dive into this project and get your child’s imagination going with these funky DIY pencil birds.