This blog has tons of great ideas about how to throw a nautical-themed party for a variety of ages, and styles.
Nautical home decor, beach house, rope accessories, house by the sea, Wouldn't it be Lovely
DIY Photo Booth Backdrop Frame : drape cloth over and set up lights... have props (giant pretzel, german alpine hats, suspenders, etc, sign "happy birthday" or german phrases)
Faking nature - making prop rocks out of foam | The art of faking it - Stage design, themed rooms, props and more
Craft-e-Corner Blog * Celebrate Your Creativity: Life Is A Beach - Nautical Boat Kids Party Ideas
Pirate ship mast for photo booth. Sprayed orange bucket, wooden dowels set in quickcrete for sturdiness, remnant stripped fabric and twin size white sheet. Rope detail and a flag at the top. All supplies from HomeDepot and fabric/sheet from wallyworld. Total cost $12.
10 Nautical Decorating Ideas #nautical #DIY #decorating
DIY: sailor's knot bracelets
pirate boat (and a treasure map)
Cardboard boat kid crafts - 16 Fun and Easy DIY Kid Crafts and Activities
Nautical Room Ideas - Perfect products to decorate your little sailor's room with! Also, a great source of idea's for craft time fun!
Corporate Crafters: Jake & the Neverland Pirates Party: Games
Photo 3 of 45: Peter Pan / Birthday "Ainsley's Neverland 3rd Birthday" | Catch My Party
Adult Pirate Party | So MUCH fun for a children or adult party, don't you think? This will ...
Photo 2 of 13: Pirate Party / Birthday "Pirate Birthday Bash" | Catch My Party
Para un decorado impactante, recrea la vela de un barco pirata / For a striking decoration, set up a pirate ship's sail
Photo 12 of 77: Pirates / Birthday "Pirate Party - Jake and the Neverland Pirates" | Catch My Party
Absolutely amazing for a pirate party! Mr. S would be over the moon! I wonder if they moved it to the child's bedroom afterwards...
Pirate Party : the Food Table
Fish N Chips Snack at a Pirate Party #pirateparty #snacks
Pirate Party: Arghh you ready for a Buccaneer Bash?
snacks at pirate party
Pirate Party - Paint a shark on a large piece of cardboard. Cut out the mouth, watch those teeth. Tape a red cloth (I used a plastic table cloth). And tada, not only do you have a feed the shark game (throw bean bag in it's mouth) but you also have a great photo prop
Pirate Party Game: Hook Toss. Parents need this for the annual party
Each person can search for edible necklaces, ring pops, a can of playdo, or any other item that is small enough to bury...