Arrgh! Ye dare not pass up the swashbuckling fun details of this boy’s ULTIMATE GUIDE TO A pirate themed birthday party.
With a scurvy captain at the helm and lots of vintage prop decorations, I’m thinking a “pirate’s life” is looking pretty amazing. But just wait until you see the double chocolate cupcakes, parrot topped birthday cake and themed party games.
Set the tone for you party by sending out awesome DIY message-in-a-bottle style invitations. We have also provided you a free Print out here.
Print invitations on off white paper. To give it an extra touch you can : crumble the paper , slightly burn the edges , or if your a little more skilled add a little calligraphy.
You can search your local thrift store for cheap and cool props. In Los Angeles and Hollywood you will find gems!
Weathered fishing nets and a variety of treasure chests set the foundation the sweets and treats. Bottles were filled sand, shells, jewels and gold coins. If your having trouble finding props , check out our shop.
You could almost play a pirate version of “I Spy” while trying to notice all of the mood-setting props and details.
Old lanterns, a wood barrel, red pirate flag bunting, jewels, coins, keys, gold cups and rope added rich layers to the overall vibe.
Love that jaunty skeleton outfitted in his pirate patch and hat.
Notice the story he tells with the empty golden goblet and a full bowl of golden coins in his lap–party styling at its best.
Party favors pictured above are made to order.
Features a pirate soap mold , a spyglass, water tattoos and necklace.
Don’t forget to get amazing Favors.
Guests washed down the treasured treats with bottles of Ginger Beer. Note the authentic looking labels.
Aren’t printables such a great way to bring in themed elements?
Swords, pirate hooks and hats filled a treasure chest. Children were invited to pull out their favorite pirate props so they could dress the part.
Guests certainly didn’t leave this celebration empty handed.
Wooden treasure chests were filled with perfect party loot: jewels, tattoos, an eye patch, coins and a medallion necklace.
Additionally, red velvet bags contained doubloons and black drawstring bags were filled with edible chocolate treasure.
With such a terrific array of themed props and treats, you know the pirates at this party were stoked for adventure. What a great celebration!
Check out these ultimate pirate party supply list for your pirate birthday party
More Pirate Party suuplies
- Pirate Captain Party Hats
- Red & White Stripes Table Cover
- Pirate Party Dessert Plates
- Treasure Chest Treat Boxes
- Plastic Gold Treasure Coins
- Pirate Bandana
- Felt Pirate Eye Patches
- Pirate Party Kit
- Pirate Dress up
- Plastic Treasure Map Party
- Pirate Tattoos Favors
- Weathered Pirate Flag
More pirate party ideas:A birthday boy’s adventure on the high seas has spawned many a pirate themed birthday party.
Invitation with skull and crossbones on a striped background must have generated excitement as soon as potential guests opened their mail.
On the inside, a treasure map and a sailing ship delivered party details.
The party venue was a perfect choice; A sizable ship in a local gymnasium floats above a sea of blue foam.
Kids and pirates can walk the plank and jump into the foamy sea without real danger.
A boy’s pirate themed birthday party affords many iconic images to spark the imagination while still allowing the “pirates” to stay safely moored at home.
DIY and pull together a seaworthy pirate party adventure. As a mother, it is probably already quite easy for you to use your imagination! Dreaming up scurvy decor and swash-buckling fun party favors appears easy for this talented mama.
It’s amazing what you can come up with by “shopping” in your own cupboards, drawers and closets. We also designed a printable decor, including the darling “welcome on board” signs.
There were also a few store purchases which helped to finish off the look. A rustic looking burlap table runner, starfish garland and netting paired nicely with lanterns and glass bottles.