Aug 12, 2011

Pirates Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

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Ahoy Matey, today we are featuring a pirate party from Debbie from Wants and Wishes.  She created this party for her nephew Austin who loves pirates and treasures!  We thought the way Debbie arranged the table to look like a pirate’s ship was clever, with the use of this pirate ship kit.  Fun details included bottles as name tags, golden nugget treasure candy, and skull and crossbone signage. The “loot” included cupcakes, ring pops and other pirate treats. Not to worry, in case your little pirate loves pink….Wants and Wishes has a girl version as well.  The little pirate must have been saying “yo ho yo ho” about this party!

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  • http://www.scrumptiousswirls.blogspot.com Stacy

    Oh my gosh love it! Creative ship table & the empty bottles for labels are perfect!

  • Lauren

    Love this!!!

  • http://clickableparty.blogspot.com/ Krysten {Clickable Party}

    Cute loot! Inspired!

    Best,
    Krysten

  • http://brilliantbash.com/ Laura @Brilliant Bash

    That table is fabulous! So creative. And the use of the glass bottles is spot on. Well done!

  • http://daisytosunflower.blogspot.com HiLLjO

    Oh how adorable!!! I love the bottles for labels, too!
    The gold nuggets are cute as well!

  • http://www.purejoyeventsblog.com Christine @ Pure Joy Events

    Love the idea of creating a ship for the dessert table and using bottles for food labels. So original and clever.

  • Kristy

    How stinkin’ cool is that “boat” table? I love it!

  • http://wantsandwishesdesign.blogspot.com wants and wishes

    Amy thank you for featuring my Pirate Collection. We are having a $10 e-gift card giveaway to our Etsy shop to 2 lucky winners just like us on facebook! http://wantsandwishesdesign.blogspot.com/2011/08/featured-on-amy-atlas-giveaway.html
    Thanks again!

  • http://boutiqueeventz.com Amanda

    How creative! I will be adding Wants & Wishes as a preferred vendor on Etsy!

  • stevie

    Fabulous! Love the table err pirate ship! The treasure chests filled with gumballs are too cute!

  • http://www.littlethingscreations.com Fara

    beautiful! I love the empty bottles idea!!! Great Job Debbie! Thanks Amy, for sharing!

  • http://forbabyandbride.theaspenshops.​com cheryl
  • http://www.pagingsupermom.com bettijo @ PagingSupermom.com

    The way they turned the table into a pirate ship was beyond clever!! This reminded me of a pirate playdate we did recently. Lots of free printables that would be a fun addition to a pirate party here: http://www.supermommoments.com/2011/07/pirate-playdate-sets-sail/

  • http://blog.amyatlas.com/2011/08/pirates-guest-dessert-feature/ adelanoval

    Simply AMAZING Pirate Birhday Party.

  • Karina

    I love the pirate idea, this is what I’m doing for my son’s birthday!

  • http://notyournormalsteam.wordpress.com/2013/09/22/arg-matey-its-a-pirate-party-part-2-decorations/ Gwendolyn

    Love this party! Some really great ideas. I used several of them for my son’s pirate party. I gave credit here (and a few other pages as well): http://notyournormalsteam.wordpress.com/2013/09/22/arg-matey-its-a-pirate-party-part-2-decorations/

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