We created a pirate ship using tables turned on their sides. We covered them with cardboard and brown paper. Around the outside bottom of the ship we used blue tarps to resemble water; we also left 3 openings on the ship where the children loaded on and off the pirate ship and, of course, a … Read more
As the guests arrived, they started at the sign in table. I made a scroll out of brown shipping paper and a paper towel tube decorated with pirates and coins. The kids loved signing their names and leaving a message to Brandon.
You just HAVE to see the pics with the 9 foot, paper mache pirate ship. This was for the kids to play in at the party. It has a moving wheel and a captain’s cabin.
We had another Pirates birthday game called Pirate Pretzels where the kids put a pirate hook on their hand and tried to see how many pretzels they could hook in 10 seconds.
The birthday boy was very busy making a pirate ship out of Bristol board complete with sails. We glued this to the front of a large cardboard box and cut three holes in it. The object of this Pirates birthday game was to BOMB THE PIRATE SHIP with blue tennis balls.
Since all the pirates were wet we moved onto the Battle of Pirates water balloon game – one of the coolest pirate party theme ideas.
Out of all the many party theme ideas to choose from, we decided to have a pirate party for my son Dylan’s 6th birthday. Invitations We used recycled water bottles to hold the invitations we made. The invitations were made using my computer (I used Old English Text font for the invite but I did … Read more
For my sons 6th birthday we had a Pirate Party. For party decorations I had black plates and napkins, lots of Halloween skeleton stuff (his birthday is in November so I got deals on it). I got these cups with skeletons on them (which the kids got to take home). I made the hats with … Read more
Here’s Ryan’s Pirate Birthday Party (5 years old )! Let me first say, I got a great deal of my ideas from this website. Thanks! Our pirate invitation was a map, with the edges burned and rolled up and placed inside of a plastic Coke bottle. On the outside of the bottle, I stuck a … Read more
Here’s my son’s 7th birthday party. Enjoy our pirate birthday party ideas for your next party! Invitations For the invitations I soaked paper in coffee, dried them in the microwave, printed out the info onto the dry paper, burned the edges then painted cooking oil on them and let them dry. The end result looked … Read more
For my son, Joshua’s sixth birthday he had a Pirate party that was inspired by Pirate of the Caribbean. We had his birthday at a park beside the beach so I could do a treasure hunt and have the kids dig for treasure in the sand. Costumes For the Pirate of the Caribbean costumes I … Read more
My Daughter Allyn really wanted a Pirate party so the boys could attend and play too. (Last year we did Cinderella’s Tea Party.) In the photo below she’s wearing a purple bandanna front and center. Bottom line is that THIS SITE gave me everything I needed, with a little embellishment and personal touch, to have … Read more
Here are the pirate party ideas from my daughter’s 18th this year. All the props were made especially for the party and most of our village attended. Invitations The invites read: Ahoy Matey!! Whether Ye be a land-lubber or a salty sea-dog, Ye be invited to MissCatherine’s 18th fancy dress birthday party, The crew be … Read more
My son’s birthday is in the summer so he already had some ideas about what he wanted to do (water gun fight, pool and slip and slide). I wanted a theme that would tie in to all of that and give the kids something to do besides just swimming. A pirates birthday seemed to be … Read more
Ahoy Mateys! The invitations for the Pirate theme birthday were one of the coolest parts. I printed a picture of a treasure chest then printed my wording on a scroll. I couldn’t use a real scroll because the kids got them at school and they have a folder to bring their things home in. It … Read more
For my son’s 5th birthday party Brandon decided he wanted to have a pirate theme party. Being that Pirates of the Caribbean is his favorite movie, he dressed up like Captain Jack Sparrow. We found the accessories at Wal-Mart. He wore black pants from another pirate costume he had and a white tee shirt. The … Read more
For my son Jacob’s 7th birthday we decided to have a pirate treasure party. Ahoy Matey! Invitations We started with pirate invitations made on the computer on a scroll that read- “Ahoy Matey, you are hereby invited to walk the gangplank; Captain Morgan will be in harbor from (time) on (date) in search of a … Read more
Pirate Treasure Hunt party ideas and photos by: Janine This Treasure Hunt is taken from Janine’s Pirate Birthday Party Tale For the treasure hunt I used colors for the clues. The first one was a RED CLUE: “If you want to find the long lost treasure, follow the clues with fun and pleasure. Use the … Read more
Ahoy Matey! Prepare for an adventure on the high Pirate birthday party seas with these swashbuckling ideas that’ll blow you outta the stormy ocean! Pirte Party Supplies at Birthday in a Box Pirates of the Caribbean Party Supplies at Birthday in a Box Pirates Party Supplies at Shindigz Pirates of the Caribbean Party Supplies at … Read more
Here’s an awesome collection of Pirate games, perfect for throwing the coolest ever Pirate theme birthday party. Find the Crocodile Tick tock, find the croc. With a little imagination, an egg timer makes a suitable crocodile (remember Peter Pan? the ticking crocodile…) Have pirates (the kids) try to locate the hidden croc by its tick, before … Read more
Cannonballs Away Pirate Game by Dorothy R. (Greeley, CO) Make two large pirate ships out of two refrigerator or sofa boxes (you can go to your nearest furniture store to find some). Divide the kids into two groups and put each team in their box. Give the first team two dozen ping-pong balls (you can … Read more
My 2 kids love Jake and the Neverland Pirates and since they haven’t marketed any of their things yet, I decided to have a generic pirate party for them. I sent e-vites with the pirate theme, then went to a local party store to find my other goodies (and Walmart too). Our party was for … Read more
I wanted to have a combined party for my 6 years old boy and my 4 years old daughter because their birthdays are close and they both have the same friends. As you can imagine at these ages they both have already their own tastes and especially because of the difference in gender the problem … Read more
My son Luke wanted a Scooby-Doo themed party for his fourth birthday. At the time he was really into the Scooby-Doo movie called “Pirates Ahoy!”, so we decided to make it a ghost pirate mystery. The party took place in the Athens Little Playhouse, which is a children’s theater in Athens, Ga. The lady who … Read more