Dec 07, 2011

Pirate Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

We’re loving this pirate party from Bec and Tammi of RubyJu.  The table included “pirate loot” like treasure gold chocolate coins, chocolate milk treasure bottles, pirate cake pops, anchor cookies, and skull treat bags. We love the props like the pirate ship sails, the treasure box, and wooden crates. It looks like the birthday boy scored some “gold” at his birthday party!  Scroll down for the vendor credits.

To see more pirate features look here and here.

Photography by Bec at Rubyju.

Vendor Credits:

Styling and Photography – Ruby Ju
Glass drink bottles – Sarbe
Signs and Photo Booth Props and Backdrop – Zina
Cupcakes – The Littlest Cupcake and Cookie Shop
Muslin Loot Bags/Toffees -Sharnel Dollar
Printables – Cottage Industrialist
 
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  • http://www.cutest-baby-shower-ideas.com Amy

    I love the treasure chest full of candy necklaces! …and every other perfect little detail of this party!!

  • http://karenayars.blogspot.com/ Karen

    Love it!!!

  • http://www.stunningpart.com Flavia @ Stunning Party

    Adorable Cake Pops! Cute party!

  • http://www.ladyyum.com Lady Yum

    Love the choco milk bottles and the signs. This is a perfect pirate party!

  • Vesna

    Well done lovelies, another fabulous party by Ruby Ju! xx

  • Nadia

    I love the framed chalk boards!!

  • http://www.etsy.com/shop/spaceshipslaserbeams Stephanie @ Spaceships and Laser Beams

    Fabulous! I love a good boy’s party.

  • http://thecreationzstudio.blogspot.com Monica

    So in love with this! Super cute!

  • Belinda

    None of the links are workning

    • Amy Atlas Team

      The links have been fixed. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

  • Dalia

    What a fun table! I absolutely love it, especially the milk bottles with the cork tops…such a great idea!

  • http://cottage-industrialist.com/blog Cameron // Cottage Industrialist

    Thanks for linking to my shop–your readers should know that all of the printables featured here are available for free, though, on my website at http://cottage-industrialist.com/blog. Cheers! I mean, ahoy!

  • Donna O’Neil

    I love the photo props and treasure chest. Great job!