In today's digital world, snapping and sharing is the name of the game. Caption here, share there, hashtag everywhere so and so that when it comes to food fare, it's not just a game of exciting taste buds but a full on match of awakening the senses. Flavors. Presentation. Ambiance. Service. Experience.
Party place card holders should always be about style and function. They're not meant to be boring and an Alice in Wonderland party surely needs something a little colorful and out of the box. For my sister's birthday, we wanted something that's as easy as it is pretty. We didn't have a lot of time in our hands and as the White Rabbit chimes, "We're running late!" so we opted for this DIY. It only took us ten minutes tops! We all love an easy craft project, don't we? Read on for instructions!
I'm all for a fun DIY project and I have a penchant for incorporating my craftaholic tendencies to pretty much anything and everything under the sun including my food. So to take a short break from all the Alice in Wonderland DIY projects I've been sharing lately, let's take a little trip to one of Cebu's fun restaurants called Pizza Republic "Pick + Mix" by Giuseppe Genco. Now of we go to the world of endless pizza toppings!
This invite is a treat so go on and read.
You're off to an adventure down the Rhob-it hole none other.
Bring out your mad hats and let's go nuts.
Be sure to mark the date and don't be late.
It's a day of fun with bonkers on the run.
When I threw my sister an
Alice Rhob in Wonderland themed birthday party, I found myself on a quest for pretty and colorful patterned paper. I needed something vivid and at the same time a bit wacky for the invitations, the sign boards, the photo booth and the rest of the decorations. I specifically wanted a watercolor splattered design but I just could not find any so I decided to make them instead. Anyone up for a fun, quick and easy DIY?
Whimsical and roundabout bonkers. This is the very reason why Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is dear to me. I love the idea of this somewhat logical madness and I like how I can translate the story, the movies and their elements into quirky and playful projects. So when my sister turned eighteen last year, we decided to celebrate it through a whimsical pastel explosion of sorts.
Running away comes with a stigma. People shun it. Many look down upon it. Most often than not, it is unwelcomed, suppressed and muffled. But here’s to that girl who decided to pack her bags and leave or to that someone who left everything in sheer abandon. It’s okay.