Kara's Party Ideas Pirate Themed Brother Birthday Party | Kara's Party Ideas

Shiver me timbers, it’s a fabulous PIRATE THEMED BROTHER BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Katie Cogbill of Kaden Ashley Printable Designs!

Katie said- “Last month my two boys, Aidan and Kai, celebrated their 4th and 2nd birthdays. Their birthdays are just 3 days apart, so having a joint party was a no-brainer. Aidan, the 4 year old, loves anything pirate. He was even Captain Hook for Halloween this year. So a pirate party it was! I started off creating the pirate ship invitation. I chose classic pirate colors of red and black and added shades of aqua blue to make it a little more child like. Then it was onto the tablescape. I dressed up a simple black linen with a polka dot overlay that I sewed with fabric from the fabric store. I also created fabric bunting with various colors and patterns of fabric and simply hot glued onto bias tape. Throughout the party you will see Kayden Ashley touches; from the water bottle labels and popcorn cones to creative food tags such as Captain Cogbill’s Catch O’ the Day (Goldfish crackers).

The kids all went home with a pirate sword, eye patches and pirate booty. The pirate booty bags made out of plain muslin bags that I customized with a skull and crossbones and the childs name and filled with chocolate coins. Custom cookies and cupcake toppers were created to match my designs by Kristin of Sweet Spot. I added some flair to the PB&J sandwiches using Uncrustables that are found in the freezer section of the grocery store and stamped with a skull and crossbones using a toast stamper and edible ink. This was a fabulous idea that I found from Sweeten Your Day Events. I also pre-scooped the ice cream the night before into paper cups from The Tomkat Studio. The little wooden spoons from The Tomkat Studio were also hand stamped with a skull and crossbones.”

Vendors and Credits:

Printables and Styling- Kayden Ashley Printable Designs
Photography- Jiahn Cerda Photography
Cookies and Toppers- Sweet Spot
Ice Cream Cups and Spoons- The Tomkat Studio
Linens, serving tray and drink container- Encore Event Rentals

Linen “pirate booty” bags, wooden spoons, jute twine, pirate patches, gold coins, polkadot balloons, pirate pennant banner- Available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8 Comments
  1. Themed parties are great for all ages, especially when you have the decor to match!

  2. kendra says:

    how did you make the muslin bags?

  3. Liza Ozkay says:

    how did you customize your muslin bags? My sons birthday is coming up in August and I would love to give those bags to the children

  4. Laurie says:

    I’d love to know how you did the bags as well…. is it a custom stamp?

  5. Amy Hornback says:

    Please Help!!!!! Where did you get the swords?

    • rosana says:

      Hi ive seen those swords at Target they were $1 each. Its an awesome buy. Just bought a few for my sons birthday party. They also have them at the $1 store.

  6. Dana says:

    How did you do the PB&J

  7. Silvia says:

    Hi… I love the Muslin bags!!! How did you customize them??