Pirate themed Valentine Party| Valentine Party IdeasJanuary 11, 2017
Around my house there are constant sword fights, light saber wars, and lots of sound effects! My 6 year old is always the "good guy", while my 3 year old tends to gravitate towards the villians, or "bad guys", if you will. My boys have a wooden treasure chest in their room that was passed down from a family friend. It's the coolest thing! I use it to store all of their role playing items: hats, swords, sabers, gloves, masks, eye patches, and... you get the idea!
Can we just talk about these cookies, from Maddi over at Sweet Talk Bake Shoppe?! So aargh-mazing... and delicious too. She captured our Pirate themed Valentine Party perfectly! I love how the pirate treasure map takes you on an adventure to find the red heart.
I filled a bubble gum machine with small treasures: gold beads, coins, a wooden pirate flag, treat boxes, and red hearts.
Right next to the party table, I set out a small treasure chest and filled it with a ship's wheel that I updated with Rustoleum protective enamel spray in sunrise red, a globe, lantern, a skull, and festive balloons! I picked up the pirate balloons from Oriental Trading, and the red balloons with white hearts are from Hoopla Events.
Hanging on the inside of the trunk's lid is a darling fabric garland from Lilly Paul Designs.