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Or use a play tunnel. Put some clocks in the room that are stopped at tea-time. Decorate the walls with playing cards normal size or really huge cards from cardboard , and the floor with a chessboard-like pattern.
Use lawn flamingos If you have a fireplace, put a large mirror on the mantelpiece. Or attach one to a door so people can actually go through the looking glass.
Add wings to a rocking horse, to create a rocking-horse-fly. Make mome raths by taping two pencils of different colors together, and glueing some fluffy fabric or colored feathers on top of them.
Then, stick them all into the grass. Buy rose bushes at a garden store and decorate them with white and red roses. Stuff a big Alice-like doll into a small doll-house.
Fill vases with flowers from the book, like tiger lilies, daisies, roses, violets, and larkspur. Fill vases with white and red roses , and hide one or several brushes with red paint in them.
Give several kinds of tea. Make buttons with Wonderland characters or quotes from the books. Give a set of Alice in Wonderland themed playing cards.
Give everyone a copy of the book! Play lawn croquet : with hedgehog plush toys as balls, or perhaps hedgehogs painted on the balls.
Attach colored and stuffed socks to the end of the mallets and sew on eyes, to represent flamingos, or use a lawn flamingo. Create large cardboard playing cards for the arches.
Play chess. Do the Caucus race. Or make a caucus version of the game musical chairs, where you remove one of the chairs each round and people have to find a chair to sit on when the music the caucus race song from the Disney movie stops.
Buy some fake white roses and red paint or markers. The person or team who finishes painting his rose first wins. You could give time penalties for sloppy painting or spilled drops.
You could also set a general time limit and have someone dressed as the Queen of Hearts storm into the room when the time is up. Everyone must call everyone else by their backwards name, or risk a forfeit.
You could invent a game where names must be called, or you could just have this going on throughout the party.
Also, you could ask people questions and they must give the opposite answer. Or, say the answer, but backwards. For most of these games, some kind of time pressure is essential to make it more difficult and to make people make mistakes and have to do forfeits.
The more adult the party, the more adult the questions. It becomes more like a truth or dare game then. Make a game of Clean Cup: have guests assemble at table.
They fill their plates with food and make their tea or other drink as they like for a certain amount of time.
Clean cup. Move down. This goes on and on until everyone returns to their own place setting. Now, everyone must eat and drink what the others have put.
Prizes can be awarded to the most weird concoction. Make coloring pages for children so they can paint the roses red Make teams, put a bucket or large teapot with tea on one side and an empty one on the other side of a course.
Your guests have to fill a teacup , run to the other side with the cup in their hands, balancing the cup on a saucer, or even balancing them on their heads… , and empty the cup there.
The team that has filled the bucket first wins. Paint some unboiled eggs to resemble Humpty Dumpty. Form teams. Lay each of the eggs on a spoon — one egg per team.
Your guests have to put the other end of the spoon into their mouths, and run to the other side of the field as fast as they can without dropping the egg and without using their hands to keep it from falling.
Then they have to hand over the spoon with the egg to their teammates, who have to run back. Repeat this until all team members have run the course.
The team that finishes first without dropping the egg, wins. If you drop the egg and it is still in one piece, you may continue.
Contestants should all wear rabbit ears! Gather a lot of teacups and put them upside down on a table. Under one of them, you hide a Dormouse or White Rabbit.
Your guests take turns and may lift one cup per turn to see whether something is underneath it. The one who finds the Dormouse wins.
You can make the game harder by inventing extra rules, like shuffling the cups after each turn. Get a hookah and attach a bubble blower to the end or create one by bending a wire , so you can blow soap bubbles.
Who makes the largest? Refresh and try again. Alice in Wonderland Quotes Showing of Ah, that's the great puzzle. White Rabbit:Sometimes, just one second.
Because I am not myself, you see? And if you wish to go anywhere you must run twice as fast as that. Let me think. Was I the same when I got up this morning?
I almost think I can remember feeling a little different. But if I'm not the same, the next question is 'Who in the world am I? The Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.
Alice: I don't much care where. The Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn't much matter which way you go. So long as I get somewhere.