Pirate birthday parties are a fun and classic theme to host! There is room for your imagination to run wild, and plenty of elements to either, buy in stores, order online, or make yourself. Plus with the recent Disney Pirates of the Caribbean movies, pirates are extra popular with the kids.
|Pirate Birthday Party for Little Boys|
Also, if you are going to host a pirate birthday party, you’ve got to have some fun games and activities to go along with it! Check out this link for 30+ Pirate Activities, shared by Nurture Store.
|Pirate Party Activities, Games, and Crafts|
Pirate Party Napkin Rings – by imfeelingcrafty on Etsy
Pirate Attire Request – by The Fickle Pickle
Pirate Cupcakes – by Katie C on Catch My Party
Printable Pirate Invitation - by Sassaby on Etsy
Fish and Chips Pirate Food – by Amanda’s Parties To Go!
Pirate Themed Dessert Table - by A. Party Style
Pirate Kandy Kones & Cannon Balls – by Sweeten Your Day Events
Pirate Ship Hotdogs by Pizzazzerie
Pirate Pizza – by Sunshine and Sippy Cups
Ahoy Yard Sign – Pinterest user Julie Johnson
Pirate Watermelon Boat – by One Fabulous Mom
Deviled Egg Boats – by Spoonful
Pirate Ship Cookies – by Lori’s Place on Etsy
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As with all Sparkle Queen Events, I want to inspire you to make your event extra special. While many of the items I include in my event designs are tutorials, recipes, or handmade… use your imagination! Sometimes you can’t make everything yourself, or you can make things that you could buy, but the key is to find the right balance for you and your event, and strive to make it exceptional!