Pirate-themed birthday party

Ahoy mate! Pirate-themed birthday dos are always a hit with the kids. It’s stylish, interesting and fun! Nothing beats pretending to be the baddies. We browsed around and found you some inspirations for your next party.

We love this ship look-alike dessert table by Amy Atlas. It’s simple yet impactful and creates the wow effect when your little guests walk in.

dessert table

This is another great idea by Kara’s Party Ideas. Just mix and match with red, white and black, and you’re ready to go.

dessert table2

If you have a nautical-inspired cloth like Catch My Party, just drape it over the table, do up some pirate-themed buntings and voila!


More ideas from Catch My Party. This makes a great party food for pirate-themed parties. Put in some chips and fish biscuits in a clear bowl and you’ll get fish and chips 🙂

Catch my party

Get some chocolates with gold wrappers and this can be the pirates’ gold nuggets. Photo by Catch My Party.


If you’re adventurous, carve up a pirate ship with a watermelon like this idea we got from Hative. Cool and sweet!

pirate ship

More pirate ships by Suburble. This will certainly be a crowd pleaser!


What’s a party without games? Inspired by Suburble, kids will be super excited to see this Walk The Plank activity. Just get an inflatable pool, put in some sea creatures for the extra effect and place a plank across.


Yet another easy-to-prepare pirate-themed activity by Suburble. All you need are boxes, rings and a DIY cardboard sword.


Let’s get messy. Hide some treasures in the sand bucket and get the kids to look for them. Idea courtesy of The Fickle Pickle.

Treasure hunt

Party on a budget? No problem! Get those long pool foam noodles, cut them into handheld sizes and get the children to decorate and turn them into telescopes. Idea by Suburble.


For parting gifts, East Coast Mommy came up with these pirate hooks. Cool and easy!

pirate hooks

You can also do what Mum Monique Gibson did – find a tiny treasure box and load it up with chocolate gold coins, stickers, mini bubbles and more.

Monique Gibson

Otherwise, it’s the thought that matters! Kids would love simple chocolate coins bags like these made by Home Made by Jill.


Hope you like our pirate-inspired assemble!

If you’re looking for a child-friendly venue for your child’s party, look no further. The Happikiddo store in Quill City Mall stores a family cafe designed with kids and parents in mind. It also offers all-inclusive party packages where all you need to do is leave the work to our team and just turn up for the party! For enquiries, please email bigdaddylittlechefs@gmail.com