Today is the first big reveal of the Unbirthday Party!
I. AM. SO. HAPPY. And, exhausted! My house looks like Wonderland blew up!
It’s going to take me at least a week to recover, regroup and put things away. At least…
I have so many decoration and favor projects and pictures to share, plus tablescapes, the food and beverages, theme games, and the gift exchange with all the favorite things the ladies brought.
Bee sure to let me know the party details you are most interested in, so that I know what to include in future posts. Here’s an overview and some of the highlights of our trip down the rabbit hole.
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Going Bonkers Over the Weather
I did go completely bonkers, due to a revised forecast that predicted dire weather the night before the Unbirthday Party.
At 3:30 a.m. the first wave went through. A violent front of storms with heavy rain at 5:15 a.m. made for a rude awakening and early wake-up call on my big-something birthday. I was heartsick. And, operating on only a few hours of sleep.. When I came downstairs. I was pretty sure it was going to be an Unhappy Unbirthday.
But then, around 8 in the morning it stopped raining. Hubby checked the forecast and radar. It showed cloud cover, and only scattered rain until another severe front was due in the late afternoon (it arrived 15 minutes after the party ended!). So, we went ahead and set up the tables on the porch, and the guys headed into the woods for a clay pigeon shoot.
By the time guests arrived at 1, the sun came out and Mother Nature smiled on my year-in-the-making, Unbirthday Party!
Welcome to the Mad House
This Queen of Hearts Roses and Teacup Grapevine Wreath welcomed guests as they entered the house.
The calm after and before the next violent storm had the sun brightly shining on the front door. Here’s a better shot of the wonderful vintage teacup that is washed out in the picture above.
Check out Fanciful Alice in Wonderland Theme Wreath for a second, mesh and ribbon decoration hung in the open kitchen.
And, in case you missed it, catch-up on what this mad event is all about by reading, DIY Alice in Wonderland Invitation: 4th My Favorite Things Party.
Mad Hatter’s Fascinator Shop
Everyone knew not to be late on this very important date. Tick tock…
Unbirthday Party guests were welcomed and then directed to the Mad Hatter’s Fascinator Shop.
Overhead, I had embellished the Bee Decorated Chandelier with teapot cutouts and vintage teacups; hung with black and white checked ribbon.
I made three varieties of fascinators in a number of different colors — teacups, florals or mini hatters. First come, first choice! Which style would you have chosen?
What to make your own? See How to Make Whimsical Teacup Fascinators.
The antique hat travel case used in the vignette, was also part of the photo booth for Breakfast at Tiffany’s Brunch.
Learn more about all four theme events in, How to Host an Extraordinary My Favorite Things Party.
Doesn’t my friend look like she’d have fit right in at the royal wedding? R owns the wonderful Frog and Princess children’s boutique store. Once I have grandkids, it’ll be a ‘dangerous’ shopping destination for me LOL!
I’ve also post two other fascinator tutorials. For details, see Craft Fun to Fabulous Floral Fascinator and How to Make a Mad Hatter Fascinator.
Vintage Tea Party Menu
Huge thanks to my left and right hands — sister B in from Charleston and college bestie E from Philly. I couldn’t have pulled off three courses of food without all their help in the kitchen before, during and after the Unbirthday Party.
The three of us had a lot of fun. They also helped me to relax and enjoy myself by relieving a lot of the pressure of getting everything prepared. That’s saying something too — I’m wired pretty tight, even on a regular day LOL!
It was an ambitious menu. One I wouldn’t have planned, if I hadn’t known they were coming in a day early to help.
Here’s a sneak peak of the buffet table set up in the dining room. See the tea cart in the back with blueberry scones in the basket? I share simple timesavers in, Wonderland Tea Party Menu: Scones & Desserts.
The three of us made all five of the tea sandwiches and a layered sandwich cake. For all the details and recipes visit, Tea Party Menu: Finger Sandwiches & Savories.
Pictured above is a DIY Vintage China Tier Server Stand I made for the tea party.
There’s also a tutorial on How to Make a Floating Teacup Centerpiece.
Tablescapes & Crafted Decorations
I have lots and lots to share of the tablescapes, centerpieces and party decorations. Here is the Mad Hatter awaiting guests on the porch. I’m pretty proud of him, which I made without a pattern.
The Queen of Hearts and Alice were the main centerpieces on the other two tables. Take a tour of the dining room in Absolutely Mad, Summer Tea Party Table.
See how I made the trio of figures in Creating Alice in Wonderland Character Dolls.
Favors for My Favorites
In addition to the fascinators, the other main favor for guests was an Alice in Wonderland character ice tea goblet.
The glasses, along with a butterfly place card, were at each person’s place setting.
I hand-painted four different characters; Alice holding a flamingo, the Mad Hatter (2 versions), the White Rabbit herald, and the Queen of Hearts issuing a decree.
Each had a charm tied around it’s base. The four styles included a crown, set of keys, flamingo and bee.
DIY Hand Painted Glasses & Champagne Flutes details how to make your own.
So far, I’ve painted glasses as favors for three of the four My Favorite Things Parties.
Recently I shared the peacock feather goblets in Peacock Party Favors, Gifts and Prizes.
Also at each place setting, was one of two different patterned vintage teacups, saucers and little plates.
Each teacup contained an Alice in Wonderland playing card, tea cookie cutter, package of seeds, and teabag. They were tied with ribbon and one of three different color keys. The keys were used later as an element of the gift exchange.
Other favors included a tiny pot filled with a flower-topped pen at each setting, and a large flamingo gift bag to take home goodies and gifts. A final parting gift at the door was a pair of garden gloves. See Alice in Wonderland Table and 12 Wonderland Party Favor Ideas & Crafts to view them all.
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Fun & Games
The ladies were divided into four teams, depending on the Alice in Wonderland character glass at their place setting. During the games segment of the Unbirthday Party, the teams rotated between playing flamingo croquet, building a house of cards, or “floating.”
At 5:15 in the morning, I really didn’t think there would be any flamingo croquet. And, although the ground was rather soggy, the gals got out there and gave it their all — many brought flip flops or even played barefoot!
Here the Queen of Hearts demonstrates the proper technique for using a flamingo mallet on the back course to ML.
My next door neighbor, L, had all the right moves to beat out the rest of the gals on Team Alice.
She claimed to have not played in decades, but it was one of her sets we used for flamingo croquet…
House of Cards
Teams of four worked together to build the largest standing house of cards within ten minutes.
Sister B’s White Rabbit Team making steady, careful progress. For all the details, read Playing Flamingo Croquet and Building a House of Cards.
My Favorite Things Gift Exchange
With 17 attendees, each bringing three gifts for the exchange, we had a large pile of 51 total enticing packages.
Everyone took home three unbirthday presents!
Best Unbirthday Party Gift of All
There was a coup of sorts during the Unbirthday Party. The ladies had gone against the Queen’s decree of no gifts, which was spelled out quite clearly in the Alice in Wonderland Invitation.
But, when the Queen of Hearts read the certificate, it turned out to be the best of all possible gifts — and one she could hardly refuse.
It was a very generous, group donation to Catholic Charities Free Health Care Center, where I have been a front office volunteer for many years. My youngest son D, had been one of its first summer college interns.
The Center was founded in 2007. As a vital part of Western Pennsylvania’s health care safety net, it provides free, comprehensive care to uninsured and underinsured individuals. We are committed to providing quality medical and dental care at no cost to qualified individuals.
All are welcome with dignity, regardless of religious affiliation. In fact, the roughly 150 clinical and non-clinical volunteers themselves represent many faiths. The Center relies on donations of cash, supplies and volunteer time to sustain operations. Essential program costs are funded entirely through foundations, grants and donations from individuals.
Is it any wonder these ladies and their friendship are so precious to me?
Characters Run in the FamilyAbove are my two very young aunts, who came as Tweedledee and Tweedledum to the Unbirthday Party! Don’t they look adorable? Here they are posing with my sister B and I before heading home.
Stay tuned for lots more party details over the summer, along with more on the first three My Favorite Things Parties. As soon as I put Wonderland away, I’ll also be sharing a patriotic tablescape and other seasonal posts.
Right now, I need a nap!
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Hi Debbee the party looks absolutely amazing, but today’s blog was just too short, I could have gone on reading and taking everything in for the rest of the afternoon. I’m so glad the weather played along with you. I love all the detail, my best so far are the fascinator’s you made. Can’t wait to try my hand at making some. Look forward to all your next blogs covering the ‘Alice-in-wonderland Unbirthday Party’. Attention to detail is truly amazing. The memories you all have from the party are priceless and I’m sure all your Ladies will be talking about the party for many more months to come, what an experience. Well done. I wonder what next years theme is going to be, so look forward to next years theme already.
Debs, so lovely to hear from you, and thank you for such a generous comment! Another Debbie too! I especially liked the part you found the post too short, and could have gone on reading. At ten last night I was ready to just drop in place! You’ll have to let me know which style of fascinator is your favorite, once you see them all. My sister and bestie went back and forth for hours, trying to choose (they had first and second picks). And, bee sure to send me pix if you make one.
How incredibly detailed and fantastic, Debbee! Happy, happy UNbirthday to you. Love the gift donation idea your friends put together, and love the possibility of being the recipient of the party favor package. Pick me! Pick me! as the sign reads!
Thank you Rita, turning the big-0 wasn’t bad at all! Wait until I share the combined gift my sons gave both my husband and I… I still choke up when I think of what the girls did. It’s humbling to work at the health care center, and the patients are so very appreciative. Reminds me of how lucky I am. I got a nice giggle when I read your reference to the gift tag, Pick Me!
I was a lucky girl and attended this wonderful party! Debbie outdid herself! We all had a wonderful time and Debbie’s decorations were outstanding! The food was great! Thanks so much for including me Debbie!!
Lois, thank you, for all the trouble you went through to come, and then travel long distance (through the storms) back home again. I appreciated your help plating all the food, and after the party ended too. It was really fun and special having you here.
The weather, the weather. I feel like an English person always talking about the weather. But it was because of the weather the moving van couldn’t make it. That’s why I missed your unbirthday party. I was all set to move to Pittsburgh so as not to miss it, but now I’ll be in the south a bit longer. I hope you understand.
You blow me away each time you share your creations. Tres Artist. You totally deserve all the naps and snoozes you can squeeze in. All the work. Amazing.Congratulations my friend. To think it all started with a bee sting. I’m glad you are part of my world.
The Caps WON!!!!!! My son is beside himself. Only the rain has tempered WDC celebrations. As always, I rooted for the Swedes that play for the Capitals. I’ll be trying out new sun dances today and tomorrow. Hope they work. Bzzz….
PS Your sandwich cake is gorgeous.
Kem, you have the best sense of humor — you always make me laugh. Ditto on the part of the world! Yes, I know about the Caps… My brother-in-law and his wife are quite over the moon about it. Once in 10 years they slip past my Pens (who won the last two). So congrats, but wait until next year! Of course you like the sandwich cake, it’s a Swedish Smorgastarta!
Happy Unbirthday to you. You certainly planned and executed an exciting adventure down the rabbit ? hole for your guests. Thank you for sharing part of your party with us, your readers. Congratulations on the lovely gift ? your friends arranged to honor you with at the conclusion of the affair. Thanks for allowing us to peer into your Unbirthday party.
Welcome Maureen, it’s great hearing from you! I’ll have to pace my Unbirthday Party posts so my follower friends don’t go bonkers with Wonderland overkill.
What an incredible party! You ladies know how to have fun! I love the fascinators as well as all the decorations. I hope you share the instructions for the layered sandwich cake. Happy Unbirthday to you!
Hi Sherry, I am so enjoying hearing from everyone! The ladies really did seem to enjoy wearing their fascinators and no one left one behind. I will definitely share much more on all the food and beverages, including making the sandwich cake (it was much easier, quick to put together than I thought).
What an awesome party! I do believe I will crash your next one! lol I do hope all your guests appreciate the hard work you put into this party. Get some much needed rest and then you will be ready to start on next year’s party. Can hardly wait to see what you come up with. Have a blessed summer.
Thanks Bobbie! Receiving all these lovely comments is like receiving more unbirthday gifts — ones the Queen of Hearts is very happy to accept! This is the first time I am clueless on what the next theme will bee. Usually I know a year ahead. This one is going to bee impossible to beat.
Carole in Houston
Loved the party…I did give one last year for a friend who turned 80. Mine was not nearly as elaborate as yours, but we had fun. Your decorations were the cats meow…or should I say the bees buzz…lol.
Carole, what a good friend you are to host a birthday (or unbirthday?) party for your friend. I think any get together, no matter how simple, is a gift. I certainly don’t mean to intimidate people from hosting a party. My friends know I’m just a little (a lot?) bit crazy, and the party allows me to go all out Queen of Theme. Until I have grandkids one day….
You are amazing, your friends are sooooo lucky to attend one of your parties. Everything is magical! So looking forward to all the details to come.
Thanks so much Lee! I’m feeling pretty fortunate myself right now. Really appreciate the “magical” compliment in particular. Do continue to share the elements of the party(s) you like best, and/or would like to know more about.
ooooo, we’ve all been waiting for this day to arrive, to see what you “thunk up” for your un-birthday party. Does not disappoint, that’s for sure. Can’t wait for more. I admire your ambitious year’s worth of work to get this done, and relate to your shock about the weather. My motto is “I plan and God laughs”. Looks like you got the last laugh and celebrated in your typical style. Enjoy and keep the photos coming!
Hearing from Buzz followers for the first time is like opening another unbirthday present, with each and every lovely comment. Thanks Becky! As a newish blogger, I’ve never been quite sure how interested, engaged my readers are in what I write about. I was really blessed with the window of good weather, because the storms and rainfall before and immediately after were epic!
Oh Deb what a wonderful party. I can’t wait till you show us all how to make those cute fascinators. I have a few, but more is better. Your parties are absolutely to die for, you’re just toooooo clever. Keep them coming. Looking forward to all you are going to share with us this summer.
Hi Sandy, so good to “meet” you! So you are a hat person too? Have you made any fascinators before? They aren’t hard, just a bit time-consuming — especially to make 18! I hope you’ll share pix with me if you create one of my teacup or hatter designs. Don’t give me too much credit on creativity, a lot of inspiration and ideas come from Pinterest.
Pure Magic! And, way too short. Can’t wait for future installments. I too, am having an unbirthday party in September. Waiting, not so patiently, for next AIW post.
Thank you Jackie! Short— hah! Is it going to bee a Wonderland theme party? If so, I have plenty of decorations, tableware, and even paper products with no where to store. I’m planning to create a Wonderland “store” on the site for anything left after inquiries. Also can do personalized versions of the invites. Please share pix of your unbirthday party come September.
I have been looking forward to this post and I am so inspired by your creativity. I hope you show and tell what each of the favorite things gifts were. Thank you for sharing!
Hi Jane, and thank you for the compliment. I do plan to do a post or two about the exchange. Need a few more of the ladies to provide me pix, if they have them. Will definitely at least have a list of them all.
Deb, looks like the party was a huge success, which did not surprise me at all… You worked so hard all year to make this party super special… Congratulations my friend you achieved your goal and then some!!!!
Oh Marion, missed you! You are my craft cheerleader, always interested in seeing my latest project and providing encouragement and help where needed. Went to the gym yesterday and felt good, but today got a migraine and am dragging. I think it was from being on the computer too long last night?
Debbee, as a creative person, I am blown away at your unbirthday party decorations. You must have worked for months. Very impressive. But, I have dibbs on the frog. I have a butterfly and toadstool. That frog would fit right in with my vignette.
I saw instructions for a fascinator once. They took a headband and added what looked like a tiny braided rug on top so they could decorate/cover it. How do they stay on and not get top heavy ?
Happy birthday Debbee. You are the bees knees.
Well thank you very much Myrna! Are you referring to the moss frogs in the little clock vignette? Afraid you can’t convince me to part with them. I didn’t make those. Will only bee selling the decorations I made or purchased specifically for the party. I actually wanted to include a frog in my college bestie’s fascinator, but couldn’t find an embellishment I liked. I’ll bee showing how I made the different styles of fascinators, but indeed, I kept them lightweight.
Heck, yes, you need a nap!!! And a MEDAL for all the details you poured into this!!! I’m just bowled over!!! I must say that the Twiddledee and Twiddledum outfits are just too, too cute! They were really thinking!!! It’s so wonderful when everyone willfully plays along! It’s a chance to just be silly and enjoy life unencumbered for a bit. You had quite the menu!!! Lots of food that required a lot of time, I’m sure! But what else is a girl to do for such a grand tea party?? I’m not sure which fascinator I might have chosen…they were all so cute! Maybe I’d get greedy and run off with them all!? I’m still in awe of all the artsy items you created!!! You just have that touch! From the door to the floor and beyond! I’m so glad the weather cooperated and that your outdoor activities weren’t a washout. Mother Nature just plays us like a fiddle sometimes!? I especially liked the games you put together. I like to have a game or two at parties, and you’ve inspired me to not shy away. Everyone has such fun! Happy Unbirthday once again, and I wish you a year’s worth of happiness and peace!!!
Alycia, to bee honest, I’m still dragging. I still have so much stuff to pack away too! As far as games, I usually have two. Since many of my guests don’t know each other (or only see each other once a year at the party), the games are a nice ice-breaker. And, the ladies are all such good sports! Thanks ever so much for the heartfelt wishes, and right back at you twin!
I just had to share this party with my granddaughter. She loves Alice! She was so excited and saved all the photos. You created a “hit” with her!! Have a great week.
That’s lovely! How old is she? Has she ever had a tea or Wonderland themed birthday party? I know you would make the most marvelous treats! And, if you ever need a source for decorations…well look no further! I’ve got to find homes for everything to make room for next year’s theme! I hope you/she will enjoy the rest of the photo’s as I keep posting throughout the summer.
She will be 10 in November. We have had a tea party with her mom and Aunts and both grandmas. She and I made scones, her mom made the teacakes and her aunt provded tea choices. But we have had no decorations other than her velvelteen rabbit. I am thinking a themed birthday party is due!! Should she help or should it be a surprise? (Her mom is a graphic artist. ?) she is also a theatre director for after school and summer theatre productions for kids 5-15.
That sounds wonderful and very special. A rabbit is the perfect date to a Wonderland tea party.
It was a fabulous party. Fun for all.
It was delish, delightful, delectable, and so The Debbee.
You and Aunt Tweedledee really embraced the theme, while looking stylish and lovely as always! So, so happy you could bee here to share my madness! Love and hugs!
I am sooo impressed with your creativity and all of the loving, detailed, hard work involved in pulling this off! 🙂 Sounds like a blast to have been a part of it!
Do you share your recipes – especially the English pea salad in phyllo cups? Sounds amazing
Thank you Barbara. I think everyone really enjoyed themselves — they were here for nearly 5 hours! Yes, I definitely will share in an upcoming post or two on the menu. The ladies all seemed to enjoy the pea salad “shooters” that my sister B actually made. I found the recipe online and will find the link. I’ve already shared the bee theme party, honey and lemon flavors menu.
What a fun party, and so many awesome ideas! I am now following you, and look forward to finding out more.
Welcome Cynthia, appreciate you following the blog! How did you find me?
Debbee, you have to be the best party planner EVER!!! I am always amazed by your imagination. A very happy birthday to you.
Thank you Bobbi — it helps when you give yourself a year to plan and implement one party!
Deebee , I am a friend of Maureen D. I am so glad I found this blog. I love everything and I can’t wait to see all of your post. donnamarie
Welcome Donnamarie, I’m glad you found the blog too! We are lucky to both be friends with Maureen, she’s a special person.
I so enjoyed reading about your party! Felt like I was there. More than 30 years ago when I worked in the geriatric section of a state hospital we did an AIW party with simpler themes (a hat contest; I brought in a dollhouse hat so someone could win the smallest hat category and a co-worker brought in this 3′ wide sombrero to be the largest! We did a simple Candyland type game using homemade decor on the wall; you drew a card to get your number of spaces…We had great fun.). Your gifts really make it an occasion and I’m so glad you got your gift, too! I give friends an occasional “unbirthday present” and they don’t know what I’m talking about–like a thrifted book by a favorite author, a dish that goes with their set, etc. They are slways so pleased with such a simple gesture. I need to see more of your blog posts!
Wow Kathy, pulling off a theme party for a large number of people in a hospital setting is quite a feat! I especially like the card game you came up with. That’s such a nice gesture, giving unbirthday presents! I always have one eye open for gifts for family and close friends, year-round, rather than under pressure of finding the “perfect” gift right before Christmas or a birthday. Keep a stash of hostess type gifts too. My sons call the one bedroom closet the “gift closet.”
What an unbelievable unbirthday party! I love all of it. The decorations, the menu & the cutest hats. I’m sure everyone had a wonderful time. I’m so glad the weather cooperated. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday. Hope to see you at the party next week
Thanks so much Jenny! But, I’m having trouble going from Wonderland back to normal… Today in the Pinterest Challenge I share how I made the teacup fascinators.
What an adorable party! I would love to be your neighbor! Alice in Wonderland is a favourite. Happy birthday to you!
Thank you, I’m so glad you enjoyed the party Donna! Maybe we could be “virtual” neighbors? I’ll be sharing lots more pix and details. Did you see, How to Make Fascinators?
Wow!! Your attention to detail is unmatched. What a joy it must be to go to one of your parties. Can’t wait to see the rest of the pictures!!
Thanks so much M’lin! I have so many pictures and projects, I’m struggling on what to post next! Probably a tablescape or food/beverage details. Did you see the post on the teacup fascinators?
Fabulous!!!! Your party looks like a hoot!! Just looking at your guests faces, you can tell they are enjoying all the special details you included in this wonderful party. Kudos on the fascinators, excellent job!! How nice that your guests were thoughtful to include your favorite charity, that is true friendship!
It was a blast, truly. No better way to celebrate an unbirthday. I’m glad as a self-proclaimed queen I actually weld no authority — delighted with the group gift! By the way, I’m a bit “mad for plaid” myself — ever since my Scottish terrier joined the family 9 years ago.
Holy Wow Debbee, I’m sure you hear this all the time but you throw the most incredible parties! You not only think of everything but beyond everything! How I would love to be on your guest list!! I think the idea of throwing your own Unbirthday party is beyond brilliant!!! Happy Unbirthday to you!!
Well Jenna, that’s a pretty incredible compliment, thank you! All those details come from having a year to plan, shop and make. Hope you’ll continue to follow along for more party details revealed.
Deb, so thrilled to have participated in your very special party. The invitation, decorations and food were all a delightful surprise. I admire how well scripted you organized every detail. On top of all that you played the virtuoso hostess making all of us feel comfortable and included. This was truly a fantastical experience. I am left with lovely memories and souvenirs that I will enjoy looking at for a long time to come.
Jennie, it meant so much to have you here for the weekend! And, how I adore all my bee-themed unbirthday gifts (way above and beyond). Can’t wait for our next gathering, hope it’s very soon.
Your party is SO ADORABLE I don’t even know where to begin commenting other than to say that I love it! Featuring you as part of Thursday Favorite Things this week!
Angelina, I’m so very happy you took the time to “visit” the party! And, just thrilled to bee featured this week! How appropriate, a My Favorite Things Party featured on Thursday Favorite Things LOL.
I’m late, I’m late for a very important date!! 🙂 This is incredible fun. You certainly know how to throw a party and your family sounds like they are great. My family goes along with my crazy notions as well and I love it! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
Thanks Jann! It was the best way ever to celebrate my Unbirthday. The reason I throw My Favorite Things Parties is to show my family and friends how much they mean to me and how much I value their love and friendship — and putting up with my crazy notions!
Wondering where you found/or created/ the marvelous graphics?
The classic b/w and color illustrations are now in the public domain. Learn more about locating them in DIY Alice in Wonderland Invitation
HA! I don’t doubt you need a rest! I know this was a while ago, but it might have taken you this long to recover! What an AMAZING party! You are indeed the Queen of Theme! 🙂 Your teacup party favors are beautiful, and I LOVE all the teacup decorations! I’m just becoming familiar with your work, but it looks like you’ve outdone yourself with this one!
I’m coming back when I can really spend some time and go through all the Wonderland party posts! Thanks so much for visiting and commenting! I’m so inspired!
Barbara, you kind remarks have added to my day — this year’s unbirthday today! Hope you enjoy falling down the rabbit hole of party posts lol! I just discovered I have photos and content for 4 more! If you enjoy party themes, you’ll have to also check out Breakfast at Tiffany’s Theme Brunch, My Favorite Things Bee Party Gifts, Favors and Games, and Pretty Peacock Invitation for My Favorite Things Party.