My son just turned one and I decided it would be fun to throw him a pirate-themed birthday. I lucked out and found some great things at our Thrift Store, Walmart, and a forever favorite, Dollar Tree.
Here is a picture of my Thrift Store finds. They inspired the madness that became a one-year-old’s pirate birthday party.
For the party, we had a treasure hunt and ate cake. My son is only one after all so we kept things short and sweet.
Want a free copy of the pirate treasure hunt I made up for his party? Download it using the files below. It’s easy to change to fit your house/yard and items you have around your house.
Where I got my party supplies and decor and for how much:
- Children’s black pirate hat- $2.50 Walmart
- plastic hook- $1.00 Walmart
- Pirate Eye Patch- I already had one from a past pirate costume
- Ahoy birthday boy banner- I made it and will share the SVG file soon!
- Pirate skull lights- $6 The Thrift Store
- 40 cardboard pirate masks– $2.00 The Thrift Store currently sold on Walmart.com
- Pirate Ship decoration- $2.50 The Thrift Store
- Pirate flag– $2.50 Hobby Lobby
- Pirate Tattoos– $2 Hobby Lobby
- Pirate cups- 24 cups, $1.50 on clearance at Hobby Lobby
- Candle, paper bags, and 2 paper polka dot pirate flags- I had the paper bags, paper, candle, and vinegar bottle and made them into the pirate decor.
- Octopus balloon for ceiling- 2 rolls crate paper and a bag of 15 latex balloons- $2 Dollar Tree
- 5 black and red plastic table cloths- used as a backdrop and table clothes- $5 Dollar Tree
- Red and Black Pirate head scarves- $2 Dollar Tree
- Skull, parrot skeleton, and fishing net, gold charger- $4 Dollar Tree
Check out my Pinterest pirate board to see where I got most of my ideas!