Jake and the Neverland Pirates Boys Birthday Party
Jake and the Neverland Pirates was the perfect birthday party theme for Jakes 4th birthday. Jakes mom, Betty, party stylist and owner of P & J by Design, was not short on pirate themed ideas when she made this event come to life! The birthday boy and his friends were treated to a party filled with delicious food, birthday cake, cookies and treats, gorgeous favors, and decorations which all contributed to the success of this party. Im sure this pirate theme made guests feel as though they were actually aboard a pirate ship! Love that Photography recorded the delightful details.
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Betty wanted party guests to know they were in for a treat; they received their first clue about the excitement ahead when they received the remarkable invitations, handcrafted by Lee-Ann from Little Poppet Parties. The talented Lee-Ann created an invitation reminiscent of an old world treasure map, complete with burnt edges and marked with a red seal. The invitation was delivered in a box decorated with a map, a miniature treasure chest, sea shells and a ship. Inside, a bottle filled with gold (luster) dust accompanied party details.
Guests were greeted with a beautiful display at the celebration. The old world look of this party was achieved by incorporating black, gold, brown and red into every detail. The dessert table was backed by an authentic looking treasure map that proclaimed, Happy Birthday Jake even while a banner proclaimed: Beware (also from Little Poppet Parties). Betty artfully arranged relics that might represent a pirates interests, including: tankards, candlesticks, lanterns, jewels, coins, maps, spy glasses, old barrels, and even a parrot.
Guests were treated to a buffet of sweets with a remarkable cake in the starring role. The detail work on the cake is outstanding; each tier is a new layer of amazing! The talented Vincent, from Van Goh Cakes, created the themed showstopper. Each layer looks like the real item it is trying to impersonate: treasure trunk, old wooden barrel, treasure map and a pirate ship with rice paper sails.
Even the desserts and cookies tied into the pirate theme. The gorgeous desserts were displayed on golden stands and platters, just right for pirate bounty. They included cake stacks with fondant skulls, chocolate brownies, lemon vanilla cake pots (with bronzed locks and keys!), and salted caramel macaroons, made by Catherine from Sweet Empire. There were apple crumble tarts and candies, too. Karen’s Cookie Jar created adorable cookies in the shapes of swords, ships and treasure maps.
There was a separate area for the little pirates, marked by a handmade pirate sail centrepiece on burlap covered tables. Plates, cutlery and drink bottles carried the theme, too, with party printables by Itsy Belle Studio. Darling ship-shaped favor boxes by My Paper Planet were filled with pirate stickers, a treasure map and a set of pirate pencils for coloring their map.
The party guests didnt have to worry about walking the plank at this party as there was plenty to do. In addition to coloring their maps, party guests decorated wooden treasure boxes which they filled with golden coins from a treasure hunt. Pin-the-Eye-Patch on the Pirate amused the little ones. Activities included songs and games with special party entertainer, Pirate Jack.
Parents were not overlooked when planning the details of this party. They were treated to a feast at a gorgeously styled table complete with golden candelabras, wine goblets, fresh flowers and fruit on custom made table linens. And we cant forget about the chairsoh how I love the gold chairs! The parents were clearly seated at the captains table on this ship!
Betty certainly created a treasure trove of memories for Captain Jake and his guests!
Create your own pirate adventure with these great party sources gathered by the crew at Spaceships and Laser Beams.
- Dozen Plastic Pirate Cups
- Dozen Paper Pirate Hats
- 120 Pc PIRATE PARTY FAVORS Set
- Pirate Bandana – Pirate Party Favor
- Red & White Stripes Tablecover
- Polyester Pirate Loot Backpacks
- Pirate Sword with Eye Patch
- Pirate Flag Picks 50 ct
- Beware Of Pirates 3-D Art-Form Yard Sign
- Rhode Island Novelty 5″ Pirate Telescopes,
- Paper Pirate Treasure Maps 24 pc
- Novelty Pirate Treasure Chest
- Pirate Skull & Crossbones Party Favor Stickers
- Cake Decor Kit, Pirate Party
- Party Pirate Cupcake Kit
- Pirates Giant Wall Decals
- Plastic Gold Treasure Coins
- 12-Pack Vintage Glass Milk Bottles
- Paper Straws, Red and White Striped
Check out more great pirate themed parties boys will love.
- Ahoy! It’s a Boy’s Pirate Birthday Party
- A Swashbucklin’ Fun Pirate Party
- Boy’s Blue Pirate Birthday Party
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