Pirate Themed 5th Birthday Party

Posted on March 5th, 2012 by Kara
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Since I showed you a girly pirate party the other day, I thought I would follow it with a cute boy one! This PIRATE THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Marissa Paki of Couture Crafts.

Marissa said– “I started planning my son’s 5th Birthday Party the day after his 4th Birthday. The theme chosen was ‘Pirates’!!! With it being such a popular boy’s party theme, I wanted to plan this party using many home-made elements thus giving it a unique and personalized touch.
I used products from my business Couture Crafts and other WAHM’s to complete the look & feel I wanted. For activities we had an arts & crafts table to decorate die-cut pirate shapes, a large tub of sand for children to dig for treasure, walk the plank, an inflatable pirate pool, dress ups box and a couple other little party games.”

Vendors-
Styling, Planning & Food: Couture Crafts
Bunting, Mini Bunting, Fabric chalk labels, Cupcake Flag Toppers: Couture Crafts
Photography: Tili & THEW Photography
Cookies: Gingerbread Corner
Treasure Chest & Lego Pirate chain: Flights of Fancy – Artistic Designs
Pirate Doll: Hello Dollies
Play Dough (In loot boxes): The Play Dough Lady
Pirate Popcorn Boxes: Wrappers Delight


 

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24 thoughts on “Pirate Themed 5th Birthday Party

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  1. Maria-Isabel @ Agape Love Designs

    How perfect, I am actually planning my son's 5th birthday party too, and it is also going to be a pirates theme! Love all the ideas here. ♥

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  2. Nicole M.

    Great party! What is the Treasure Dip? Did you create a label for something? Yogurt? or is this an actual product? Thanks.
    nicole_melnick at yahoo dot com

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    1. jenn

      Hi, I too have been trying to figure out what the treasure dip is…. Can Anyone help us out ,, what and where do u get it would be great
      Thanks,
      Jenn

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    2. Marissa

      Hi Nicole,
      Treasure Dip is an actual product here in Australia. It had a few biscuit sticks and a choc nutella dip

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  3. otto bcn

    Thanks for the good writeup. It in reality was once a entertainment account it. Glance advanced to far brought agreeable from you! However, how could we keep up a correspondence?

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  4. Amanda

    This party came out really neat! You are extremely talented and creative! Where did you find those inflatable swords?

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