Jan 18, 2013

Pirate Party Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

This pirate party was styled by Jennifer of Sweet Affairs Event Design for a little boy’s fifth birthday. Jennifer’s goal was to create a fun party that was age appropriate without all of the skulls and crossbones. Sweet treats on the dessert table included cupcakes, pirate cake pops, parrot cookies, macarons and chocolate Oreos. How great is that cake? Props included burlap bags filled with candy.  Tiny guests walked away with lots of loot from the treasure box. Scroll down for the vendors.

VENDOR CREDITS:

Concept and Styling: Sweet Affairs Event Design
Cupcakes, Chocolate Oreos, Cookies, Coconut Ice: Sweet Table
Papiere and Printables:  Upon A Time Designs
Pirate Pops: Pop My Cake
Macarons: Presidential Deserts

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  • tooo cute

  • CARAH

    JUST STARTED TO PLAN MY SON MASON’S 5TH BIRTHDAY.. PIRATE THEME OF COURSE… HOW IRONIC THAT I STUMBLED ACROSS THIS SITE!!! I LOVE ALL THE IDEAS!! I’M DYING TO KNOW WHAT IS THE BLUE DESSERT IN THE GLASS JARS???

    • Anna

      That would be blue jello

  • Love it!!

  • Perfect. I love this party!

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  • Meghan

    Where did you find the cannon ball bottles? I am having a pirate party for my son’s 1st birthday and I would love to get them for his party.