Alice in Wonderland Tea Party Ideas | Tea Party Decoration Ideas | Dollar Tree DIY Centerpieces

hey guys welcome back today I have an
Alice in Wonderland centerpiece and set up for an out-of-the-box wedding or
special occasion here we go we’re not going to Allison wonder that I
think of earthy I think fun and I also think lots of colors which is going to
take me outside of my comfort zone which can be pretty scary because I don’t want
to embarrass myself but you know what I need to shake it and I need to do it so
I’m ready if you’re ready all right let’s get started the first thing you’re
going to do is cut a small piece and then watch me you’re gonna have to cut
too and you’re going to make cut that in half and then you are going to breathe your plate in your corners and the low
point here that I cut is going to help keep these candleholders you know
straight so are you probably gonna have to adjust
the size of your floor phone but this is what is going to start for so when you
glue it down it’s going to help you Canada move there do not move and just
keep it in place I recommend that if you’re going to have any event and you
want to make this centerpiece that you use e6000 and let it dry overnight
because it’s a more stronger bond and a more permanent bond but for the you know
shadows sake and for the you know instant verification sake I’m only going
to use I haven’t gone for this okay but know that if you’re really gonna have
people around tables and you know you don’t want things to fall so make sure
to use e6000 alright so you want to make sure that the floral foam it’s you know
going to level the candle holder because the chemical
is going to sit halfway out and halfway into the plate so you’re gonna have to
like customize it so this is half way in and half way out and this is perfect
okay so what I’m going to do now is I’m going
to glue the foam down then you are going to secure it and you
were going to need a hot glue if you delete 6000 as well because you have to
secure it there that’s that one and then you’re going to do the same on the
opposite side and I’m going to do the same to the
front and then one to the back and this is how the top of the candelabra is
going to look like pretty neat by the way this is going to be pretty heavy so
be careful all right so now I’m going to work on the base my base is going to
consist of a large bowl from Dollar Tree and two of this how will you call these
tall skinny vases from Bali tree so first thing I’m going to do is turn my
bowl over and like I said earlier please make sure to use e6000 so it can be
really solid let it dry overnight and yeah but I’m only going to use my hot
glue gun for you know the sake of making this quickly okay alright so first thing
I’m going to do I’m going to grab my one of my bases and I’m going to add glue
right on here so I’m going to add you to the top of the base and then I’m going to Center it on the
back of the old the good thing about the high temperature gun is that allows you
for one or three tiny seconds to move you know the object around so that’s
what I like about the high temp because the low temp you put it there and that’s
it so so that’s that and then you’re going to grab the other one and you went
to a glue to the bottom or the young the bottoms so either way they’re both parts
are these two colors perfect from the theme if I was going to make this a team
party or just you know just a fun party I will definitely leave it like this but
since I’m going to make it for a wedding or like an LED location I’m going to
paint a cold so yeah all right so now I’m going to brown and I’m going to make
sure you don’t have any other stickers on so make sure you get rid of that and
then you are going to glue it right on top here’s what he looks like so far and
it’s about 95 98 percent done I still have to add the fifth candle holder to
the middle and that goes with a floor form right here on top but before I do
that I have to paint it first so make sure to take the fifth candle holder
with you so you can paint it as well okay so all right let’s go paint going
to use crayon brilliant gold percent of it is dry and here’s my other 2% so I’m
going to do my floral foam right here in the middle with some hot glue and then
I’m going to loop this candelabra I mean I just kind of love this candle holder
right on top of the floral foam and that’s going to be extra I’m going to start my arrangement with
these pink roses from Hobby Lobby they were 50% off of $12.99 so there were 650
each per bouquet and I got two bouquets they are beautiful look how pretty
they’re very pretty tuck the stand pretty long so I’m going
to cut the stems pretty long I’m pretty much is going to cut off this part right
here where they bond together so I’m going to cut right here because I want
them to pretty much hang off the candelabra I’m going to cut the roses in
three sizes it’s going to be its small medium and large and I’m going to start
with my large flowers and here’s my medium flower or my middle flower or
basically the stem is just a little shorter than this one to finish this side with a smaller stem perfect I’m going to do the same to the
other side it’s what he looks like so far I love
this color so pretty do that price tag I totally about the price tag right here
now I’m going to start with my green hydrangeas and I’m going to cut them
about four inches long now I’m going to add my purple
hydrangeas from Dollar Tree they’re going to go right on here and I’m going
to cut them about 4 inches long you are going to place them right on top of the
floral foam now I’m going to add this spray of white
roses to break it up a little this I from Hobby Lobby I used this in another
project and that’s what some of them are missing but this were 999 originally and
they were 50% off I’m going to add this pink clothes roses from Michaels
I bought this some time ago it’s been a while since I got them and I don’t
remember how much they were but I’m sure they were on sale because I don’t buy
anything from Michaels a Hobby Lobby if it’s not on sale so I’m going to add it
right here in between the hydrangeas because it’s looking pretty full right
there and I need to break that up so this is that for the flower arrangement
not going to move on to add my tea cups I got this tea set at a thrift store by
my house and it’s lovely I really love them I’m also going to add a shot glass
to the middle of the tea cup so you can serve as a candle holder but I’m going
to paint it gold just like the candelabra
and this is what it should look like I’m going to handle to the bottom of my
teacup and then I’m going to place it right on top I’m out of teacups so I’m going to add
the creamer container to the back of the arrangement and this is what the final
arrangement looks like to make the table teacup candleholder is
going to be pretty easy as you can see I already painted the taper candle holder
and I already painted a dessert or shot glass so what I’m going to do now is
just hot glue to the top of the taper candle holder and then I’m going to
place a teacup right on top and then I’m going to glue the desert
glass I’ve been calling it shot glass what I just saw that the box has desert
glass and I’m just going to play place it right here in the middle and that’s
it very pretty for my Mad Hatter’s hat table number
I’ve already painted the paper mache hat and gold and I have my stencil here in a
sharpie that I’m going to use to trace the number one on here Mad Hatter’s hat
usually has ten over six sideways but I’m going to as I said use it as a table
number so I’m just going to use the number one and I’m going to trace it
sideways and I’m just going to fill it in now I’m going to add a bit of this
raffia ribbon to the bottom of the Hat and here it is okay guys this is it this
is my Alice in Wonderland centerpiece and some of the setup and I am in love I
really am I love it look at this teacups on top of here oh my gosh and this
weights a ton but it’s solid I am very very pleased with the hot little blended
job but again if you are going to have an event I recommend that you do the
e6000 overnight okay and I love the table candle holders and they’re really
cute hat table number I am NOT going to shy away from today i from color this is
beautiful beautiful it is it really is I love it I don’t know if you translate
over camera but in person this is fantastic I love it I should throw a
party I should throw a lot of parties right alright guys I hope you guys
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  1. Tyra this is sooooooooo gorgeous, my daughter loves Alice in Wonderland great for her birthday!!!! Thanks for sharing πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ’•β€οΈπŸ’•πŸ‘πŸ»

  2. Tyra.. my name is monica… i been looking for an diy..for candelabras for my wedding..thank you do much for this video.. now I can recreate for my wedding..thanks

  3. Love this!!! It came out so pretty and fun!! You can always put the creamer on the top and then have the 4 cups around and pretend it was supposed to be that way, lol! Also for some tables just do the plate with cups and some only use 1 vase and then you can have 3 heights for the tables.

    Thanks for sharing!!

  4. You did your thing… this is so BEAUTIFUL…. I LOVE IT… I myself shy away from bright colors but this is fabulous… yes have a tea party… I don't know how old your daughter is but this would be nice for her and her friends… πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ–’

  5. Tayra you did a great job on this project. I love tea parties and would love to try this as a statement centerpiece. Where did you get the mad hatter hats?

  6. Hi T!

    OMG I love this! I saw the movie with Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and I love the way you I the tea party into the theme. I love the gold spoons ( how did you attach them?) and the hats clock, and the aces on the plates! You made it look pretty and elegant as opposed to chaotic, which can sometimes happen with such a whimsical theme. Great job with the flowers and use of color! So many people are afraid of color and should not be. I'm so proud of you and I think you're cute and funny. I love your vids. Well done!πŸ‘

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  8. I Love this centerpiece. My daughter is having an Alice in Wonderland Sweet 16, how would you make this centerpiece more vintage?

  9. What kind of paint do you use for the glass. Is it for glass or just any spray paint will do. I want to do this for my daughter's wedding but paint it white. Thanks for sharing I love this.

  10. Your floral piece was very elegant; you did a great job on the tutorial and the results are beautiful!

  11. WOW! I'm glad I asked you about the tea party centerpiece. This is absolutely AMAZING! I love it, I'm gonna try to recreate it on a smaller scale or use plastics because the party is for children. Thanks Tayra!

  12. did you use e6000 for the rest that you made/ how long did it take to stick together versus the hot glue? and did the hot glue wear off when you used it ? how long did it to wear off?

  13. Instead of the dinner plate I used the burner covers from dollar tree because is lighter and straight so didn’t have to use the foam underneath the candle holders. Great idea! I’m using mine for Halloween!!! πŸ˜ƒ

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