Send out this stylish set of Aliroo's 8 coaster invitations printed on genuine coaster stock.
Loving the Pottery Barn Kids' Pirate Party Collection, although it's clearing out fast, I'm assuming to make room for a new line. Keep them busy with a Sink-A-Ship pirate canvas game for all to play. Set the scene with this shipwreck centerpiece and tablecloth and the Beware! pennant.
How fun are these tumblers? These durable cups are perfect party fare, and unlike paper party goods, they can be used time and time again.
Um, pirate wear is not hot, pantaloons work for NO ONE. These ensembles, however, fit the bill. Going to an adult party? Try out this T-dress and bling it out with Emitations Deimos' earrings. Check out Lucky-13's sexy black number, you can't see all of it in my picture, it has a red skull and crossbones on the bottom, and that silhouette shape will create many admirers. Put the your little buccaneer in this pirate booty onesie and booties. Channel your inner punk princess with Target's Libertine skull-print argyle sweater vest.
Feed hungry pirates a variety of snacks from the sea: tuna fish salad, clam chowder, goldfish crackers, and check out these sweet treats. FamilyFun's pirate ship is ambitious if you have the skills. Fondant masterpieces: I'm loving these irresistible mini cupcakes from Once Upon a Cupcake, and at Peggy's Cake Decorating ideas, her pirate cake.