The delightful Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Tea Party is often a popular theme for a birthday party. If your daughter is interested in a tea party, but has to invite all of the boys in the classroom, a Mad Hatter tea party theme may work well.
Let’s look at some fun activities that can be done at the party to begin:
Decorate your party room with lots of live-sized cards, such as the king of hearts or queen of spades. At the party table, have several packs of cards lying around so the kids can play with them during the party. You can also spread the cards around the table as an additional decoration. Also, toss all types of hats around the party room.
When the kids arrive, have them make their own Mad Hatter hats. Go to a variety store and purchase all sorts of different hats that the kids can decorate. Once they have them decorated, have the kids wear their hats during the party, and take them home as a goody. You can also give out prizes for a hat competition in categories like “most unusual,” “most beautiful,” etc. (Just make sure to have prizes for each kid’s creation.)