80+ Pirate Birthday Party Ideas for 4 to 5 Years Old

Girl Pirate Party Ideas
Girl Pirate Party Ideas

In this post you can get all ideas of Pirate Birthday Party theme ideas for one to five Year Old kids.

The Pirate Birthday Party Theme is perfect for children aged 4-nine 4-9, but it can be used for almost any era with small differences.

List of some pirate birthday party ideas are below:

Cute pirate decoration



Easy pirate decorations

easy pirate decorations



Homemade pirate party decorations

homemade pirate party decorations



Interesting pirate decoration

ineteresting pirate decoration


Girl Pirate Birthday Party for Ideas 4 Year Old:

Minion pirates decoration


Shiver me, we’ve received some ideas for the Pirate Party for you! Complete with pirate party ornaments, pirate matches and, of course, ancient pirate treasure map bits, our Pirate Party Ideas will surely offer you a pirate birthday party that you will never miss!

Pirate birthday party food ideas

pirate birthday party food ideas



Pirate birthday party ideas 4 year old

pirate birthday party ideas 4 year old


Cute Pirate Birthday Party for Ideas Three Year Old:

Pirate birthday party invitations

pirate birthday party invitations



Pirate cake ideas

pirate cake ideas


Best Pirate Birthday Party for Ideas Two Year Old:

Pirate collage

pirate collage


Pirate Birthday Party for Ideas 5 Year Old Boy

Pirate interesting idea

pirate interesting idea



Pirate party decoration ideas

pirate party decoration ideas



Pirate party ideas for 3 year old

pirate party ideas for 3 year old


Pirate Party Decorations

Mark your home with an “x” and stick it to the front gate by drawing a giant “x” on a section of poster board. Sing the corners for the map impact of the ancient pirate treasure. Place outdoor Pirate Flags along your doorway.

Pirate shoot

pirate shoot


Now it’s santa for black, blue and gold streamers and flyers to lay out the crows nest. Try different thoughts for pirate parties such as our Pirate Decorations and giant Inflatable Parrot to contribute to your theme. Cheer “Ahoy, matey” as each guest arrives and supply him or her with an Eye Patch, Bandana and a Pirate’s Vest.

Pirated cake

pirated cake


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Pirated collage

pirated collage


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Pirate decoration idea



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Pirate themed table design

Pirate Birthday Party Food Ideas
Pirate Birthday Party Food Ideas



Pirate themed cake idea

Pirate Party Bags Ideas
Pirate Party Bags Ideas



Pirate themed decoration

Pirate Party Ideas
Pirate Party Ideas



Pirate party decoration

How To Throw A Pirate Party
How To Throw A Pirate Party



Pirate party theme

Princess And Pirate Party Games
Princess And Pirate Party Games



Pirate party decoration

Girl Pirate Party Ideas
Girl Pirate Party Ideas



Pirate cake decoration

Pirate Ship Ideas
Pirate Ship Ideas


For those of you who want to create your own invites, here are a few more thoughts. You could do it in two forms depending on the era of the kids asked:

  • The images of a cartoon-like pirate, pirate flag, knife, and broken bones can be found for older children. Use a laptop to create a good collage and then print it, or cut out the photos and stick them on your invite together.
  • Make the invite websites look like a black and white pirate flag for older children, then write in red.The following wording can be displayed on invitation: “Aaarrr! Come if you dare to [ kid’s title ] pirate party. He turns [ amount of years ] and needs shipmates to swab the panel, wander the board and search for pirate treasure.

Now that you have your buccaneers prepared for a nice pillage, let’s get together some pirate party thoughts and have an adventure for us!

Pirate Party Games:

Hire your little buccaneers for some party treasures in a swashbuckling chase! The steps are straightforward and enjoyable. First, draw a easy space or space diagram to hide the treasures. For the number of participants, photocopy the map.

Next, store hidden stashes in “Captain (name of the child)” pockets in room hiding areas. Fill the marked treasure pockets with equivalent quantities of gold chocolate coins, second-hand beads, and other fun pirate loot.

Now just label the property of each child with a large black “X” where it is to be found. Crumble the document to make sure it feels old, fold it out again, fold each of them into journals and slide each treasure map into a glass box with pieces of sand and shells at the bottom and give it out to your pirates!


This is a straightforward play where every kid goes through a balancing beam (would do a wooden board with a novel in the center) and the other kids claim to be crocodiles by waving their hands and creating crocodile noises.


Simply write on a big section of poster board a boat with a mast and place a blue circle on the mast where the flag should go. Download a skull and cross bones picture, photocopy the picture for the amount of children, and draw a circular structure around the picture. Finally, at the top of each, write the guest’s name.

Place double sided paper on the same side of each as you move the flags out. Now blindfold and twist around each kid separately until they face the pirate boat. Wins the flag nearest to the blue button!

PIRATE FUEL – Party Food Ideas

Once they’re thirsty and they’re going to fill their Pirate Cups with “Sharks Blood,” or transparent soda pop and blue ice cubes of Kool-Aid. Even the greatest pirate will be fascinated to watch his beverage transform purple and red!

When it’s time for the birthday dinner, sit down on a table adorned with a Pirate Tablecover, full of Pirate Party Plates, Pirate Party Napkins, and black or red plastic cutlery. Try to serve Sword Fish Sticks and Wild Boar Sandwiches with a side of Seaweed Salad (blended vegetables sauce).

Next, demonstrate off with a birthday cake from Treasure Chest. Make a double layer cake and hide chocolate coins covered in gold and other treasures among the frozen layers, ice, and, surprise!

Mark the “x” table and placed a flag in the middle. As you start cutting the cake with a dull knife, you grumble that you couldn’t discover any treasure at all, and how tough you looked. This concept of a pirate party will surely create them laugh as the gems pour out.


There’s plenty of loot to have, Ahoy mateys! Now that it’s time for your buccaneers to leave port and cross the seven seas, offer them a loot basket to maintain them in swashbuckling mode honoring these excellent pirate party thoughts!

Try to fill a Pirate Loot Bag with a bag of chocolate coins covered in gold, candy jewelry and a game money bag and a gold, blue, and black helium balloon. Other popular loot party ideas include: a Pirate Telescope, a Sticky Octopus, Magic Tricks, and more!

More Pirate Party Favors:

Boy’s Loot Bag Favorites

Cars, Trucks, Planes, Lizards, Snakes, Bugs, Balls, Candy Treats, Games, Key Chains

Girl’s Loot Bag Treats

Princess Crowns, Candies, Lipsticks, Watches, Necklaces, Body and Belly Button Tattoos, Bracelet, Rings, Sunglasses, CDs and Videos

Pirate’s Treasure Favor Pack

Pack involves Treasure Box, Moustache Self-Adhesive, Pirate Eye Patch, Telescope, Pirate Figurine, and Pirate Flag. You can add Plastic Pirate Sword, Pirate Hook, Parrot Beanie and Plastic Pirate Hat for an additional pair of buks.

Pirate Party Invitations

At Best Kids Birthday Parties, all of us believe that you party organizers are likely really busy getting prepared for the big day. That’s why we invite you to free download and print our professional invites to pirate parties.

Yep, that’s correct: we’re not going to pay a dime for you. We just want to thank you for meeting us here at benfeed.com with our own unique “thank you.” Happy to plan and celebrate with you!


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