Pirate themed party have got to be one of my favorite themes. My sister threw a party for her son and the decor was pirate of the Caribbean!
It makes me wanna say “dead men tell no tails!”. I know I’m a super disney fan lol. Vintage candle sticks, creepy crow, bones, creepy cloth, and an old lighting piece with spider webs make a perfect dead pirate look.
Everyone should have a over sized chalk board! Endless possibilities. We have used it on al birthday parties, weddings, baby showers, and bridal showers.
Old suitcase for a cake stand? Yes! Old candle holder and a cool silver cake cover make for a perfect old look.
There was more to keep the pirate spirit alive. Messed up cloth and pirate flags to invite the kids into the pirate world was a great entrance.
This time instead of games they did a water slide toy and snow cone machine. Best idea ever! All the boys had a blast and it was low maintenance for the adults. Enjoy!!!
My sister in-law had a beautiful baby shower over the weekend and I just had to share her Pinterest inspired party! These are not my ideas but I just to share what they had done!
The table decor doubled as a gift! I love decor that is useful! In the center was a tall layered diaper cakes and on each side was an additional single layer diaper cake. Free diapers awesome!
Chips ahoy!!! For food they had mini turkey sandwiches, chips, a fruit sail ship, and a veggie tray. I honestly believe the better the food the better the party.
I thought this was so adorable. The napkins had lifesaver mints tied onto the set. It was super cute and after the food I needed a mint.
The drink was pink lemonade. The fish floats in the drink was a great touch(as long as they haven’t been used before lol) and cute straws.
The hostess had some home decor that matched the theme of the shower. She had some through out the house.
Dessert! My favorite. The cake bites were my sisters favorite. I unfortunately didn’t get a chance to try one. BUT I did eat the mini cheesecake bits. They were awesome. They were nilla wafers with cheesecake frosting and a cherry filling on top. They were the best little treats ever! So good.
Last but not least the party favors. They keep with the sail theme and inside they had salt water taffy.
This shower was so cute I had to share! Good job hostesses!!!
My sister strikes again! My niece loves Ghostbusters! So here it is! Of course you have to have slime! So she made green plastic slime to come down the walls.
Simple and great. She did that in the entrance, fireplace, and glass doors.
I loved the cake! I am all about finding ways to make the party run a little smoother. So she decided to buy a cake with slime!
To make it even better but printing out a ghost from the movie to put on top.
I wish I had pictures of the next game but I don’t. My sister found a slimmer costume at the local DI(goodwill) and had her oldest son dress up. All the guest at the party got silly string and they went out and hunted the ghost! They had an absolute blast!
The next game was make your own stay puffed marshmallow man.
The are built with marshmallows and toothpicks. After they were done building them, they could decorate them with color sugar markers. My sons favorite part was making his own slime! make your our slime
They got to take the slime home in the container with eyes.
The gift bags were adorable! They got to put there slime in and they had sucker ghosts. There also was candy and little toys. The cute containers were from zurchers. Just wrap and tie!
The very best part was my nieces face when she got her present!!! Best present ever!!!
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In honor of my niece, I wanted to share her past birthday parties! They are pretty awesome!
princess tea party!
I loved Mario cart when I was younger. I’m so glad they still have Mario around. My nephew had a Mario cart party a little while back and I wanted to share it with you!! Check it out!
Mario birthday party
If you’re planning a party check this out! We had an outdoor dessert table and it turned out great. I love this holiday! 4th of July dessert table