Pinterest Pirate Birthday Party

This one is going to be picture heavy because I have a fun hangover.

Baby Blogworthy’s birthday party was a huge success. We had a great crowd of my closest friends and family, good food, cute decorations, the best cake smash EVER and lots of baby playtime.

We had him down for a nap and while he was napping transformed the house into piratefest 2011. I wish I would have gotten a picture of the look on his face.

blue balloons upside down on the ceilingIdea via Pinterest

pirate bunting and red balloonsIdea via Pinterest

happy Birthday Banner Bugaboo BlissBanner from Bugaboo Bliss

red cupcakes from Sams club with pirate ship wrappersIdea via Pinterest

I’m sure you’ll remember how much I love But-R-Cream (r) icing from Walmart. Here is where we pretty much die from sugar overload.

Cheese cubes with pirate flagsThe food consisted of cheese cubes, crackers, chips and dip, a veggie tray, calzone rolls with homemade marinara sauce, Sweet Hawaiian Roll ham sammies and raspberry punch.

We had some fun printables so our guests could “dress up” like pirates, including a pirate hat, eye patch and mustaches on a stick.

mama wears a printable pirate hat while she holds baby blogworthy

The guests left with their very own pirate booty — which included gold bars, gold coins and “jewels” (Skittles!)

Pirate Booty gift bags for pirate party guests

Idea via Pinterest

We even had pirate shaped cake pops by Bits and Bites by Ana (delicious and adorable.)

pirate cake pops from Bits and Bites by Ana

These custom pirate cake pops can be yours! Visit Bites and Bites by Ana on Facebook (Prices and flavors can be found here) or email her at analorenapena@gmail.com

As you can tell, I got a lot of my inspiration from my favorite website. It made planning so easy. I was able to start planning months earlier than I would have normally and as a result, found the most creative and cost effective ideas. I can honestly say this party turned out perfect.
I also want to give a shout out to Cottage Industrialist, where I found my printables, including the pirate hat and cupcake wrappers/sails. I cannot BELIEVE this blogger has these available for free. They are amazing quality, well designed and easy to put together.
Today I feel happy and blessed. One thing I couldn’t cut or print or bake or glue was the love that we felt yesterday for our little boy. I will never forget how special his first birthday was.
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