Give the crew a surprise party pass in their fill-in invites
Shipmates usually have matching tattoos to show their bond – and so can your party crew! Slip
Pirate's Treasure Tattoos
into your fill-in
Pirate's Treasure Invitations
and have guests wear their tattoos to the party for a secret pass. Those who forget will have to walk the plank! Don't forget to add
in the envelopes.
Hand-deliver your invites with a tie-on pirate favor
Pirates spend their whole lives searching for treasures and your guests will love getting a surprise treasure when you hand-deliver your
Punch a hole in the corner of the envelope and attach a
Pirate's Treasure Eye Patch
Red Curling Ribbon.
Guests can even wear their favor to the party!
Pirate's Treasure Thank You Note Ideas for a Hearty Ending
Personalize it with Pirate's Treasure custom thank you notes!
Real pirates definitely forget to use their best manners from time to time, but you can teach your little pirate the importance of good manners. Send
Pirate Party Map Custom Thank You Notes
to your party guests to thank them for all the adventures they had at sea. Order your thank you notes when you order your invitations and include a message like: "Thanks Matey for me gift. You're Arrr-right with me!" Don't forget to sprinkle in some
Pirate's Treasure Prismatic Confetti
and seal it with a
Pirate Party Sticker.
Make your thank yous into picture-perfect pirate mementos
Adventure on the high seas!
Our Pirate games and activity ideas will create fun ways to entertain your pirate party crew without going too overboard. Boys will love adding some adventurous flair to classic party games and will be so excited when they get special treasures for prizes afterward.
Nothing makes pirates happier than searching for gold doubloons! Let your little party pirates into the treasure hunt with this
Pirate's Treasure Party Game,
which is a twist on the classic Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Have each player take a turn putting on a blindfold and trying to put his treasure chest sticker right on the "X" on the game board. Whoever gets their sticker closest to the buried treasure wins!
Get the boys moving with a game of Musical Chairs
Musical chairs is a classic party game that dates back to the time of the pirates. For this classic party game, line up chairs back to back for all but one player. Station an adult by the stereo with the
Pirate Party Music CD.
When the music begins, the children do a pirate jig around the chairs. When it stops, everyone sits; the person without a seat is out. Remove one chair each round and continue until only the winner is left.
Every great pirate adventure ends with a treasure chest full of goodies – and your party can end with wonderful treasures your guests can take home with them. Follow our Pirate’s Treasure party favor ideas to send every crew member home with a bounty of loot. When the little pirates see all the goodies, they’ll be so happy there’s no danger of a mutiny on your party ship!
Turn unique favor containers into scavenging surprises!
Your little pirate is very special, so he'll love giving out favors packed in unique containers. Party City offers some unique favor containers that can't be found anywhere else. For a Pirate party, we suggest
Folding Favor Boxes
in coordinating colors.
Hoist the Jolly Roger!
Raise the sails and swab the decks, you’ve got a pirate party to decorate for! Try these pirate party decorating ideas to set the scene at sea for your little one and his friends. Use this color scheme of blue and red with skulls and crossbones that will surely have your guests wanting to hop on deck.
Make your Pirate's Treasure party decorations take off with a balloon bouquet
Skulls are a pirate symbol that's recognized anywhere. Make your party decorations fly high as Jolly Roger by adding a five-piece
Pirate's Treasure Balloon Bouquet
to your ship's deck. It includes a thrilling giant skull balloon surrounded by smaller, matching balloons. You'll need helium, so pick up a tank at
your nearest Party City store
or order a
Helium Tank Kit
which fills up to 50 balloons.
Arrr-right, it’s time to clean up and get in ship-shape!
Pirates get decked out in stripes, eye patches and head rags. Everyone at your party can look like a pirate and play the part too! Your birthday boy and his guests will love these swashbuckling pirate costume and dress-up ideas.
Let your birthday boy dress like his favorite pirate
Whether your birthday boy loves Bluebeard or Blackbeard, let him dress the part with this
Boys Cutthroat Pirate Costume
Pirate Basic Costume Set.
Either way, he'll be ready to protect his ship from menacing pirate crews sailing by or for other birthday adventures! Watch out ye landlubbers!
Add rough and tough pirate accessories to his outfit
If your birthday boy doesn't want to go overboard on dressing up, then let him keep it simple and still have a touch of the sea with these great accessories. Start with a
and add a
Pirate's Treasure Award Ribbon.
Award ribbons make children feel extra special and are great to keep in scrapbooks for memories of all the birthday adventures. To get him really hooked, pick up a
Classic Pirate Hook
Pirate's Treasure Eye Patch.
Turn your guests into a band of pirates with nautical accessories!
Pirates don't have time for fashion when they're busy swabbing the decks, but they still love wearing their own clothes that make them feel right at home on the ship. For your guests, offer a
Pirate's Treasure Party Hat,
They will feel like part of the crew as soon as they step on deck.
Get Mom and Dad to jump aboard!
Little ones love it when Mom and Dad take part in the dress-up action. Your birthday boy will get a thrill out of seeing Mom in this
Adult High Seas Buccaneer Pirate Costume
and Dad dressed up in this
Adult Cutthroat Pirate Costume.
Adults can answer the door for guests and say, "ARRRRR you ready to have fun?" for a pirate surprise right from the start!
Get your grub on!
Traveling across the waters can leave your little adventurers with a huge appetite, but it’s easy to make sure that there’s great grub to serve! Try these great Pirate’s Treasure party food ideas that are sure to satisfy all your pirates.
Set out fun decorations and let the boys create pirate cupcakes!
Your little guests will love getting creative as they dress up cupcakes with colorful cupcake decorations. Bake a couple batches of cupcakes in
Gold Baking Cups
and frost them with vanilla icing. Drape the table in a
and set the cupcakes on the table along with
Color Mist Sprays.
Pirate's Treasure Dessert Plates
for each child to work on and let them start creating their masterpieces! Make sure to have plenty of
on hand – especially since pirates usually make quite a mess!
Skull Sandwiches from Davy Jones' locker!
Don't hornswoggle your guests – make them grub that they will love! Make skull-shaped peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and add a school of goldfish-shaped crackers. Use
to connect Colby cheese and small fruit pieces with triangles of Asian pear for little boats with sails. Serve your shipmates' feast on
Pirate's Treasure Lunch Plates
Pirates always enjoy a drink or two when sailing the seven seas. Mix up some Pirate's Golden Grog that will satisfy your crew's thirst. Start by mixing equal portions of orange drink with green tea ginger ale, then add lime wheels, sliced strawberry wheels, blueberries and stars cut from Asian pear with your cookie cutter.
Pirate's Treasure Cups
with a piece of
Candy Fish Kebab
and wedge of lime
around for messes.