Party Recap

Tasked with putting together an event that would appeal to kids & adults alike, Soigné Party took this crew on a journey to the Seven Seas with "A Pirate's Life for Me!" Pool Party!

Guests were greeted by a large pirate flag and a "What Be Your Pirate Name" poster where guests could find out their personalized pirate name-a great conversation starter! To further get guests in the pirate spirit, a treasure trove of pirate garb was waiting including pirate hats, eye patches, & gold necklaces!
Pirate approved snacks & island themed beverages kept both kids and adults fueled throughout the night. Tiki torches added to the island themed ambiance.
The kids kept busy with our pirate tattoo parlor (which ended up being just as popular with the adults!) a piñata, and a "buried treasure hunt" where kids swam in the pool in search of buried treasure such as $1 coins and necklaces. A great time was had by all!

Banners/Tablecloth/plates/napkins/cups: Meri Meri Party
Pirate Piñata/Hats/Eyepatches: Target
Pirate Puppet: Melissa & Doug
Pirate Flag: Amazon
Pirate Tattoos: Meri Meri Party
Pirate Centerpiece/Cupcake Stand: Meri Meri Party
Pirate Name Poster: Soigné Party

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Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Pirate approved snacks such as pirate adorned cupcakes, Pirate's Booty popcorn, & "Catch of the Day" gummy sharks kept the guests happy!

  • What People Drank

    Seven Seas Punch for the kiddos-a mix of pineapple juice, blue Hawaiian Punch, & 7up! Blackbeard's Rum Punch for the adults

  • Desserts

    Pirate adorned cupcakes

  • Party Favors

    Guests were greeted with a pirate treasure trove of pirate garb including pirate hats, gold beads, eye patches, & tattoos!

  • Activities / Games

    In addition to the pirate tattoo parlor, we had a pirate ship piñata filled with goodies. The most popular activity was our sunken treasure hunt, where the kids dove in the pool in search of $1 coins and necklaces!


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