Yo ho, let's go! Take your crew on a birthday adventure with our Jake and the Never Land Pirates Party Ideas! Feast your eyes on this treasure trove of invitation, decoration, game and dessert ideas that'll shiver their timbers!
The adventure starts as soon as you gather your crew together. With Jake and the Never Land Pirates party invitations, each li'l pirate will be ready to set sail for birthday fun!
Send a save-the-date sticker with your party invites!
"X" will mark the spot on their calendars when you send out
Jake and the Never Land Pirates Invitations,
complete with save-the-date stickers! These fill-in invites also include cute sticker seals for the envelopes – yo ho!
Jake and the Never Land Pirates Games & Activity Ideas
Set sail for fun!
Your band of birthday mateys will love being pirates for a day. Check out our Jake and the Never Land Pirates game ideas for treasure hunts and pirate pinatas to keep your crew smiling as they sail the birthday seas!
Fill a pirate pinata with candy and other loot!
Load a pull-string
Jake and the Never Land Pirates Pinata
full of themed treats and favors, then let each member of the birthday crew pull a string until the "magic" ribbon releases all the goodies!
Help Jake solve this "pirate problem" for gold doubloons!
Have the kids take turns playing this pirate version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey, with stickers instead of pins! Blindfold the kids, then let them have a go at this
Jake and the Never Land Pirates party game
where they try to stick a doubloon sticker on top of Jake's treasure chest. When everyone's had a turn, the person with the doubloon closest to the correct spot earns some treasure of their own!
DIY a treasure hunt for your pirate party!
"X" marks the spot for this awesome party game that doubles as decor! Make it yourself with yellow streamers, a
Jake and the Never Land Pirates lunch box,
gold coins, mini beach balls and fluffy decorations. Cut yellow streamer strips and tape them to the floor like "dashes" on a treasure map. Scatter beach balls and fluffy decorations among the yellow streamer dashes, hiding favors and treats under each one. Mark an "X" in front of a platter of gold coins with a lunch box "treasure chest" in the center. Have all the kids fill the chest with the loot they found as fast as they can, then divvy it out at the end of the party!
Send your little pirates home with riches galore! See our Jake and the Never Land Pirates party favor ideas below for take-home souvenirs that'll make them smile long after the birthday adventure is over.
Fill favor buckets with treasure and goodies!
Before they set sail for home, hand out favor buckets teeming with themed goodies to your birthday star's friends! Fill a container with paper shred and
Jake and the Never Land Pirates favors
like mini bubbles, wristbands, eyepatches and – of course – gold!
Make them smile with overflowing favor cups!
Jake and the Never Land Pirates favor cups
into swashbuckling treasure chests! Place themed favors like pencils, magnifying glasses and gold doubloons on a pillow of paper shred. Slip the cups in a clear favor bag and tie off with some ribbon – yay hey!
Save your doubloons and some time with a favor value pack!
Jake and the Never Land Pirates favor pack
comes with cool pirate favors like maps, puzzles and party horns for eight guests. Just fill themed favor bags with all the goodies and hand them out to your pirate pals!
Make a pirate-friendly party room with Jake decorations!
Set up an island scene for your party pirates with
Jake and the Never Land Pirates decorations
like a birthday banner, confetti and balloons. Look below for awesome place-setting and DIY decorations to keep your pirates yo-ho-ho-ing all day!
Create arr-worthy pirate place-settings!
Get kids to drop anchor when it's time to eat with
Jake and the Never Land Pirates place-settings!
Start with a map-printed table cover, then add tableware and treasure like eyepatches, doubloons and blowouts for the pirates to play with until the cake arrives.
Set sail with this easy DIY decoration!
Make a pirate sail for your party room with striped gift wrap and curling ribbon. Roll out three feet of wrapping paper, then cut small holes on the top and thread with ribbon. Cut a jagged edge on the bottom and add a picture of Jake from a
Jake and the Never Land Pirates Scene Setter
to the center. Raise your DIY sail above the favors table or somewhere else sure to be seen by the pirate crew!
This pirate party game doubles as a decoration!
Set up a DIY pirate party game so the kids will know they're in for treasure and adventure! Cut
strips and tape them to the floor like "dashes" on a treasure map, with fluffy decorations and mini beach balls scattered around. "X" marks the spot in front of a gift-wrapped box with a gold star and a pile of treasure and favors on top. Check out our Jake and the Never Land Pirates Party Games & Activity Ideas later in the guide for more on how to play this fun game!
Heave ho, here we go!
Jake, Izzy and Cubby never leave the ship without their pirate attire! Get the birthday boy and his mateys ready for fun with these cool Jake and the Never Land Pirates costume ideas.
Jake and the Never Land Pirates Cake & Drink Ideas
Arr! Time for a feast o' sweets!
Give your hungry band of birthday pirates treasure for their tummies. These yummy cake and drink ideas are the perfect ending to a day of swashbuckling fun!
Ahoy, mateys, it's time for a Jake cake!
Yo ho, yo ho, it's a pirate's cake for all! Your band of buccaneers will be thrilled to dive into the cool edible treasure map, sand and eye patch! For step-by-step decorating instructions using fondant and gumballs, see our
Jake and the Never Land Pirates Yo Ho! Cake How-To.
Add a palm tree straw to your pirate punch!
Serve yummy punch in
Jake and the Never Land Pirates cups
with DIY palm tree straws! All you need are patterned straws (we used cake pop sticks) and kiwi green paper plates. Cut out frond shapes from the paper plates, fold them down the middle and cut fringe edges. Fold a "tab" on the wide end of each frond, then attach three to a straw with a piece of tape.