Pirate Party

Ahoy there, me hearties!!! Round up your gold and treasure… it’s Samay’s pirate birthday party we’re havin’!

The cutest little boy in the whole wide world turned 4 this month – celebrating his birthday is an absolute delight as we mark another year he filled our lives with joy! My little guy’s special day falls around Halloween… so what better time to have a pirate-themed party! It got all the children in the spirit of Halloween, everyone had such a blast dressing up! Even the adults enjoyed swaggering about for an afternoon, growling “Ye’ scrurvy dog!” & “Arrrgh, matey!” 

As the children entered they were invited to the accessory station where they had a chance to get into the pirate gears and play their part for the party. The kids chose from a wide array of pirate accessories like foam swords, skull bandanas, eerie eye patches, hook-for-a-hand, skull & bone tattoos and more! Once they were dressed, they sat down for their pirate grub and grog. Afterwards, they played some fun games like “pass the skull”, “pick up jewels by a hook” & “walk the plank”. This definitely turned out to be a party that everyone enjoyed!

This party is full of pirate adventure and party inspiration! I hope you enjoy viewing the photos as much as I enjoyed styling this party. It is by far my favorite themed party we’ve had so far! With Captain Samay leading the way, these little pirates enjoyed a day of fun in the high seas.

Arrrrrrrrrrgh, matey! I never thought in my wildest dreams we would have over a foot of snow in Oct. All the guests had already arrived and couldn’t leave until the next day… We had an after-party and that turned into a sleepover! What a memorable and fun-filled birthday!  


3 thoughts on “Pirate Party

  1. Your party is fabulous! I’d love to feature your pirate “treasure” in a Pirate Party round-up I’m planning. It would be one link/one image. Let me know what you think!

    Tara – suburbleblog at gmail dot com

  2. Hi! I could have sworn I’ve been to your blog before but after going through a few of the posts I realized it’s new to me.
    Anyhow, I’m definitely delighted I came across it and I’ll be book-marking it
    and checking back often!

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