I am so excited to have Virginie from That Cute Little Cake back on our blog today. That Cute Little Cake always does such an amazing job styling parties and they are always filled with great DIY details. Virginie is also offering many of the printables from this party for free on her blog- just click here.
Virgine styled this party for her daughter Chloe’s 4th birthday. She writes:
Chloe discovered the show last winter and was “hooked” (!) straight away. She requested that to be the theme of her Birthday Party and I gladly obliged!
The show is fun and playful, full of colours, not so much dark and black as pirate movies usually are. I kept this in mind when designing the party and so I tried to create a dessert table that would be fun for the kids. The treats included chocolate tikis, Izzy’s pixie dust pouches (french crepes filled with strawberries), Golden Doublons cupcakes, Treasure chocolate bars, Hook’s hooks cake pops and a treasure map birthday cake.
The background for the table was a white and blue striped sail, like the ship Bucky in the cartoon.
I also made the cute little pirate banner spelling Chloe.
The table on which the children had lunch was made to look like the pirates hideout, covered in treasures and under a ceiling of fishing nets full of jewels, treasures and buntings.
For games the children played at Knock the pirates over, Pin the pixie dust on Izzy and a treasure dig where they had to find hidden golden doubloons. They could then head to the shop to purchase pirate dress up items, sweets and treasure maps…. The shop was such a hit !!! They were counting their money to try and buy as much as they could, very sweet ! Then one of them realised they had bought a “real” treasure map and the treasure hunt began.
Styling, Baking, Photography: That Cute Little Cake
Party Supplies: Party City
Cake Pops: Goodness by Ansley
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