Party Recap

My son was turning 1 and loves Mickey Mouse, and his room is pirate theme so I combined the two for his party! The party was short as it was in between his two naps. I only invited family and close friends, which still turned out to be over 40 people. I rented a jumper to keep the older kids occupied. The younger kids also enjoyed the jumper as well as the sandbox, pirate ship, ball pit and other toys we already had in our backyard. I gave all the food pirate theme names and made food labels for them. The birthday boy enjoyed his party and all the attention!


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Sub sandwiches- swashbuckler sandwiches. Lil smokies- dead man's fingers. Fruit- pirate jewels. Veggie tray- eat yer veggies. Mac n cheese- golden sea shells. Potato salad- scurvy salad. Chips and goldfish- fish and chips. Crackers and mickey shaped cheese- pollys crackers. Chocolate dipped pretzels- peg legs. Chips ahoy cookies- chips AHOY! Sweedish fish- shark bait. Ring pops- pirate treasure. Pirate's booty.

  • What People Drank

    Fruit punch- pirate punch. Water- sea water.

  • Desserts

    Cake and Cupcakes- captain's cupcakes

  • Party Favors

    Pirate hats, eye patches and goody bags.

  • Activities / Games

    Hook toss. Walk the plank. Sandbox. Jumper. Ball pit.



  • Miranda E

    Miranda E wrote:

    Where did you find the pirate hats?

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    Amber B wrote:

    Target :)

  • Nicole D

    Nicole D wrote:

    Where did you get the decorations?

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    Amber B wrote:

    I made everything

  • Direnda K

    Direnda K wrote:

    What did you use to make the decorations? and how?

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    Robin G wrote:

    Where did those hats come from?

  • Sharon W

    Sharon W wrote:

    Your ring toss looks like a great game for my beach-themed field day for grades K-3. Can you tell me the materials you used to make the hooks? Thank you!