Alice in Wonderland Theme Party – Charming Teapot Favor Boxes

Whether celebrating with a formal tea party or hosting a whimsical Alice in Wonderland themed party, we know these Teapot Shaped Favor Boxes are sure to charm your guests!

alice in wonderland themed party

These teapot-shaped favor boxes feature an elegant floral design, gold foil detailing, and a white organza ribbon. Perfect for tea party themed events large and small, these aqua favor boxes will fit in perfectly with your tea party decor. Features and facts:

  • Aqua teapot-shaped cardstock favor box with 3-D spout and handle features a delicate floral design in the center of the teapot, gold foil details, and a white organza ribbon
  • Measures 3.5″ h x 3.9″ w x 2.4″ d
  • Sold in set of 24
  • Assembly required (favor boxes ship flat)

Please visit Diva Entertains to see all of our charming party favors!

Winter Decor – Whimsy Wednesday…

I don’t know about you, but I’m just a tiny bit tired this week!  Lots of holiday happenings and goings and comings and family visits and get-togethers and…and…  well, YOU know!  So, today’s post is a bit light on the DIY and a bit heavy on the “look what I’ve found, isn’t it lovely and whimsical?”  Hope that’s ok with you!

From the Blue Eyed Yonder blog, an entire post dedicated to whimsy winter decorations:

From Half Baked, the Cake Blog, a fun and whimsical white winter cake with blue and gold accents.  (And be sure to click on over to the post, there are several OTHER cake designs posted too!)

From Green Wedding Shoes,  absolutely fabulous Candy Land party ideas, this time in the guise of a  Rehearsal Dinner:

ALSO from Green Wedding shoes, a lovely “Snowed In” wedding:

You know, I can’t post without at least ONE DIY link… here’s a link to a fab Winter Wonderland Centerpiece post, from CleverlyInspired:

And, from our Diva Entertains shop, Winter Wonderland Wedding Favor boxes:

What wonderful whimsy have you found lately??

Wednesday Whimsy – Halloween edition

Probably because I have small children, I am often attracted to the whimsical in life.  (Maybe it’s because I have very WHIMSICAL small children). (Are all small children whimsical, or just mine?) (I probably should stop writing this post in parentheses).

Where was I?  Oh yes… over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been surfing around Pinterest looking at Halloween costumes, fun Halloween crafts and decorations, Halloween sweet treats and Halloween cookies, Halloween printables… well, all things Halloween.  I found myself pinning the whimsical and sweet, versus the scary and gory. (Again, the small children affect this decision, I’m sure).  I think there is room in a Diva’s life for whimsy, so here are a few fun things I found.

CUTE:

Source: paper-and-string.blogspot.com via Debra on Pinterest

 

MORE cute:

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LOVE these: (click HERE for quick tutorial on how to make them)

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I will be making some of these FOR SURE:

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My nine year old was a mummy last year, and plans to be one again this year. I don’t THINK he is too old to appreciate these mummy cupcakes:

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Sugary AND Salty Broomsticks.. not sure about eating them, but I LOVE the look. You can read the tutorial HERE.

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And I couldn’t end a post without SOME form of pumpkins! These aren’t pink, but I think it’s a VERY clever idea… you can click HERE to read the tutorial on making your own photo pumpkins:

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Happy Wednesday, folks!

Wednesday’s Child is Full of Woe… NOT

I think it is a Mother Goose rhyme that describes children’s personalities based on the day of their birth.  Monday’s children are fair of face (pretty!).  Tuesday’s children are full of grace (nice!). Thursday’s child has a long way to go (road-trip!), and Friday’s child is loving and giving.  Saturday’s child works hard, and Sunday’s child?  The best of all – bonny, blithe and other fun stuff.

But Wednesday’s child?  Full of woe.

Depressed.  Melancholy.

Of course you can guess which day of the week I was born on, right?  I remember reading that little rhyme and wondering… WHY?!  Why couldn’t I have been pretty or graceful?  No, I had to get stuck with SAD.

It turns out I was born with a bit of rebellion to go with my depression, and I have finally decided that Wednesday’s children deserve better.  We should be full of wackiness… or wonder.  Even whimsy would be good.  I’m not settling for WOE anymore!

SO, on that note.  Let’s have some Wednesday Wonder, Wacky and Whimsy, shall we?

(And yes, I realize I’m stretching the clever just a bit with all this Fabulous Fun Friday, and Tuesday Trends and Tips and Tricks and Tutorials and Monday Menus and… well, I SAID I wanted to be a bit wacky, right?  You’ll just have to bear with me).

Since I’ve already gone on and on (and on), I’ll stick to just three images today.

WOW:

photo from http://theselby.com/7_7_11_AbigailAhern/

Wacky (yet, wonderful):

DIY Chandelier from http://brassyapple.blogspot.com/2010/05/diy-chandeliertutorial.html

Whimsy:

Flowers in hanging glass bottles from http://www.ohcrafts.net/decoration-flowers-in-hanging-glass-bottles.php

Don’t ask me how or why I ended up with lighting and chandeliers for all THREE of these… it just happened, and I went with it!