Pirate Party

Last weekend we celebrated the birthday of our sons, Ian and Thomas (7 and 4 years old).

The party was hold at the Palapa beside the pool, decorated with a ship’s mast (we made it with a rough fabric) and a pirate chest by a palm tree, where children dressed as pirates and took pictures.

The kid’s table was decorated with jewelry, candles melted in bottles, fishing nets and cannon balls. The children enjoyed a meal under the watchful eye of the shark that hung at their side.

The menu was a success:

  • Baby octopus from the coast with marine potatoes (turkey sausage with blue mashed potatoes)
  • Algae (carrot sticks and celery)
  • Pirate Classic (ham and cheese sandwich)
  • Shark delights (tuna sandwich)
  • Calamari eyes (boiled eggs with mayonnaise)
  • Kraken water … for those who dared to try it!
  • For dessert we made 2 island cakes, one for Ian and one for Tommy and cannon balls (chocolate truffles).

Kids played, had a lot of fun and took a pirate treasure home in a golden bag. Our Kids loved their party!

This party was a test for us, like I told before here, we learned a lot and the most important… we enjoyed planning the details and make them come true.

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  2. Love it…You did a great job!!!

  3. Fantastic Matey!! How cute are those Octopus Hot Dogs !!!

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