Alice in Wonderland Party Supplies & Decorations
Go down the rabbit hole with Alice for a wonderful party in wonderland!
We have all the party supplies and decorations you will need for this party, right here at www.dj-party.net! Decorate the walls and tables with some of the
Alice in Wonderland Cutouts. Make sure you invite everyone to the party, including the Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts. Wonderland is a wonderful place and it's time to send all the party guests with Alice to this magical place.
Keep the fun going by taking everyone's picture in the Alice in Wonderland Photo Prop. This is sure to provide countless hours of fun and excitement in wonderland. When it comes to this type of party, don't limit yourself just to the products listed on this page. Pair our Alice in Wonderland decorations with some of our other party supplies, like our party balloons, and make this a truly unforgettable celebration!
Our extensive line of Alice in Wonderland party supplies and decorations are perfect for any birthday or theme party, regardless of age! Any Alice in Wonderland aficionado or mega-fan will surely love partying with some of his/her favorite characters from the beloved story. Take your party experience to the next level by dressing up as your favorite character. Dress up as Alice, the Mad Hatter or any other character that pleases you!
7 things you probably didn't know about "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland":
- Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was published in 1865 and has been translated into 176 languages, and has never gone out of print.
- The term "mad as a hatter" had been around since the early 1800s and described hat makers who often suffered from dementia caused by the mercury used in curing felt.
- Lewis Carroll was the first children's book author to license characters.
- There have been more than 50 film and television adaptations of the story, the first was done in 1903.
- Lewis Carroll's real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, he never publicly admitted to being Lewis Carroll.
- Carroll suffered from a rare neurological disorder that causes hallucinations, and makes objects appear larger or smaller than they are. It was named Alice in Wonderland Syndrome or Todd's Syndrome.
- Carroll's story was originally titled "Alice's Adventures Under Ground" and went through other titles along the way, including "Alice's Hour in Elf Land", "Alice Among the Fairies", and "Alice Among the Goblins" before being "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland".