A Delightful Alice in Wonderland, Cheshire-Cat-Themed Birthday Celebration

Welcome to the 654th Tablescape Thursday, a blog party sharing beautiful table settings for all occasions!

Last week I shared a delightful, whimsical Alice in Wonderland table setting Elena created in celebration of her daughter’s birthday.

Alice in Wonderland Table with Talking Flowers

 

There were little ones present at this birthday celebration, too, so Elena set the cutest table for the kiddos going with a Cheshire Cat theme.

Cheshire Cat Tablescape, Alice in Wonderland Table

 

The Cheshire Cat is one of my favorite characters from the Alice in Wonderland tale. I love cats and the Cheshire Cat’s silly ways always crack me up, not to mention that huge, huge grin!

Elena found a non-breakable, Cheshire-themed dinnerware set that was perfect for the children’s table. The plates are designed by Romero Britto for Disney and they are super colorful!

Cheshire Cat Plates for Alice in Wonderland Table Setting

 

This Cheshire Cat cookie jar worked great as the centerpiece for this fun table.

Cheshire Cat Cookie Jar

 

Describing this adorable children’s table, Elena said, “When I do a family party, I go all out in the dining room with the Waterford crystal, china, and other delicate items—for the adults at the table. We always have little ones at these parties, so I set a kid’s table in the kitchen nook. I always try to make these tables colorful and fun for kids–and I try to have as many unbreakable things as possible as part of the tablescape.”

Cheshire Cat Plates for Children, Alice in Wonderland Table for Children

 

Love the dinner plates! They perfectly describe my household about half the time! 😉 About this dinnerware pattern, Elena said, “I was inspired to do this table when I found Disney, Britto Cheshire Cat plates on eBay. These plates are no longer in production. I managed to acquire five of these plates which are made of ceramic; I’m still hunting for a sixth plate since the kid’s table seats six.”

Alice in Wonderland Cheshire Cat Table Setting, We're All Mad Here

 

The iridescent, rainbow flatware Elena chose goes so perfectly with the colors in this table setting. She found her flatware on Amazon. I did a search and found quite a few sets from simple to quite ornate here: Iridescent Flatware.

I just love, love, love all the fun colors and textures in this tablescape! Did you notice the adorable Cheshire Cat napkins that Elena made for this table setting? Sooo cute!

Iridescent Rainbow Flatware for Alice in Wonderland Table Setting

 

These non-breakable Cheshire Cat glasses are perfect for this child-friendly table. Elena added the Cheshire kitty decals to the glasses to fit with the theme of her table. Such a great idea!

Cheshire Cat Glasses, Non Breakable for Kids

 

Elena even found Cheshire Kitty salt and pepper shakers for her table!

Cheshire Cat Salt and Pepper Shaker

 

So many fun details! I just noticed Absolem is on the other side of the glasses. Too funny!

Cheshire Cat for Alice in Wonderland Table Setting

 

Thanks so much to Elena for sharing this adorable table setting! I truly love everything about it from the bright, happy colors to the fun Cheshire Cat-themed dinnerware!

Cheshire Cat Tablescape, Alice in Wonderland Table

 

You’ll find a resource list below showing where Elena found everything she used to create this wonderful Alice in Wonderland, Cheshire Cat-themed children’s table.

Disney Britto Cheshire Cat salad-sized plates—from eBay
Plastic “We’re All Quite Mad Here” dinner plates—from Etsy
Purple taffeta box pin pleated tablecloth—from WeddingLinensDirect.com
Bright yellow taffeta box pin pleated table runner—from WeddingLinensDirect.com
Yellow round placemats—available here: Placemats
Hand-sewn cotton napkins (Cheshire cat stripe and Cheshire cat figure fabric)—fabric from Spoonflower and fabric.com
Hand-made napkin rings—Cheshire cat badge pins from Etsy hot-glued to clear acrylic napkin rings from Amazon
Rainbow iridescent flatware from Amazon—I took a close-up of the forks on the table, but I also included a photo from Amazon so you can get a better look at how bright and pretty this iridescent flatware is
Large ceramic Cheshire Cat cookie jar, Cheshire Cat is sitting—eBay
Cheshire Cat figurine, he’s standing and lifting his head off his body—eBay
Cheshire Cat doing a headstand figurine—eBay
Magnetic ceramic salt and pepper shaker set—this is so cute, the head and body are separate salt and pepper shakers which are held together by magnets—from eBay
Window decorations—handmade by me, supplies from Michael’s and Joann’s
Decorated clear plastic drink cups—drink cups from Amazon, plastic Cheshire Cat and Absolem caterpillar decals from Etsy
Cheshire Cat straws—paper straws from Amazon, Cheshire cat image added by me
Bright plastic magenta cake pedestal—from Etsy

Looking forward to all the wonderful table settings linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

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Comments

  1. Cute table but especially love the plates.

    • I also absolutely LOVE the colorful smiling face Cheshire Cat plates. Somehow I stumbled across these on the internet about a year ago. They’ve been out of production for a while, so they’re hard to find. I’m lucky I found five of them, but I’d really like 6 because that’s how many I can fit at the kids’ table. Have a great day!

  2. Hi Susan,

    What a colorful table for a child’s birthday party!! Thanks so much for hosting Tablescape Thursday, and have a great weekend!

    Hugs,

    Denise

  3. That is SO cute! I’d love to be a kid at one of Elena’s parties – they must feel so special at a fancy table like that! 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing it and for hosting this amazing party. Happy Thursday!

    • I try to make my one and only grandson feel really, really special on his birthday and at other family gatherings. I think I’ve actually had the most fun doing kids tables which include: Thanksgiving and Easter kids’ tables, a Grinch Christmas table, the Cheshire Cat table, a great white shark table, and a Godzilla table. The Godzilla table was awesome and hilarious. The centerpiece was a huge 2 ft by 2.5 ft Godzilla rubber figurine and my husband and I made skyscrapers (painted black with yellow windows) out of 2 and 3 ft sections of square wooden fence posts. I even found a Godzilla tablecloth and made napkins out of Godzilla fabric LOL. We had Godzilla stomping around in some city filled with skyscrapers, just like in the movies. My grandson and his cousins went nuts over the Godzilla table. :0)

    • Barbara, me too! I could pretend to be a big kid again to sit here. 🙂

  4. Cute tables for the kiddoes !
    Hope you enjoyed your Easter Sunday dear Susan.
    Thank you so much for the Tablescaping party.
    Enjoy the weekend ahead.
    Fabby

  5. Franki Parde says

    WOW…that’s committment!! Amazing effort and effect!! KUDOS! franki

  6. Cyndi Raines says

    Mercy me! What a production and one I’m sure will stick in the memory banks of everyone there! Great job Elena! Whew! Thanks Susan.

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