‘Alice in Wonderland’ 70th Anniversary Merchandise Revealed
With the 70th anniversary of the beloved classic Alice in Wonderland coming up in August, shopDisney is celebrating with special merchandise.
shopDisney is already advertising the below merchandise, although keep reading to see why we think a full collection will be coming soon.
Alice in Wonderland by Mary Blair Limited Edition Doll – 16 1/2”
This breath taking limited edition doll shows a Mary Blair twist on the classic character, with more intricacies and details on Alice’s outfit.
The doll is posable and is a limited edition of 7,900.
Alice in Wonderland 70th Anniversary Special Edition Collectible Key & Key Pin
The collectible key and key pin set come with all of the Wonderland whimsy you can imagine- the Cheshire Cat has even turned himself into the bow of the key!
Both of these items will be released on shopDisney on August 16th and it is not currently known if they will be sold at the Disney Parks or Stores at the time of writing.
The key and key pin come with matching designs and will be released with exclusive display boxes.
Alice in Wonderland 70th Anniversary Tea Set
The anniversary tea set is absolutely stunning, with pastel and dark blues perfectly complementing one another and Mary Blair’s whimsical illustrations which decorate the set.
Some of the art on the inside depicts Alice herself, as well as Wonderland residents such as the singing roses.
Just like the collectible key and pin set, the tea set will be released on August 16th on shopDisney.
Some of this set would be perfect for trinket jars and storage also if you’re not in the market for a tea set.
Alice in Wonderland by Mary Blair Collection
It seems as though more will be coming for this special anniversary, as shopDisney is also showing an ‘about’ section on the collection itself:
Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Walt Disney’s Alice in Wonderland with this one-of-a-kind collection featuring the works of Mary Blair. Disney Legend, Mary Blair began drawing at Walt Disney Studios in 1940. As a pioneer and leading female artist in her field, she was an imaginative color stylist, concept artist, and designer. Blair worked on some of Walt Disney’s most popular animated classics, and her topsy-turvy, upside-down art style lent itself masterfully to the film Alice in Wonderland (1951). Create your own wonderland with this distinctive collection of items.
We absolutely can’t wait to see what else will be coming for this collection!
Do you have your eye on any of the Alice in Wonderland 70th anniversary merchandise? We’re planning our mad tea party already!