I bought some mint chocolate biscuits and made stickers with my trusty Xyron Sticker maker and made some cute watches for the party bags.
Also for the party bag were some tescos mini bubbles which I made custom labels for...
Cheap, simple but effective...
No Alice party is complete without Eat Me cookies. Here were ours...
Sugar cookies with Sugar paste disks written on with an Edible writing pen.
The Queen of Hearts she made some tarts...well these were made by adapting this recipe.
I had picked up the cardboard cake stands from a Tesco sale for under £1 each.
Cardboard cake stands are quite widely available now and make a much cheaper (and more child friendly) solution than china, and you can use them more than once if they don't get too trashed.
Then I made cupcake picks using a strip of paper I had printed out and glued onto a cocktail stick. The little watches are made from sugar paste written on with an edible pen.
Asda's juices had the labels ripped off and custom ones printed by me and attached with a pretty yarn.
and this was the birthday cake (based on the Disney cartoon version of Alice in Wonderland) made by myself and my older daughter.
And in keeping with the Alice theme, here is a necklace I had made out of polymer clay and decorated using a photocopy transfer method.