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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18 Responses to “Pirate Party”

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  2. Love it…You did a great job!!!

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

  4. SO cute!! Love all the details and the mast is fantastic!!

  5. Me encantó!!! Felicidades… te quedó bellísimo. El próximo no me lo puedo perder! Te deseo mucho éxito en esta aventura taaan divertida y creativa que estás llevando acabo. Besos.
    Marcela

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