Ahoy me hearties and welcome aboard! We’ve had a fun-filled weekend celebrating my 4th Birthday. I had a Jake and the Never Land Pirates Party with Captain Hook and I was Tinkerbell. My folks love organising parties and they have really missed their calling when it comes to party planning!
The whole family got involved with baking goodies and making table decorations for the party. And the pirate theme was perfect for adults and children alike. We had a fab local DJ called Ed from True Beats Entertainment who played wonderful party music and provided fun games and entertainment for the kids. It made a change from the typical princess parties that little girls seem to have these days. My folks scoured Pinterest for ideas and party suppliers for table settings and we were pleasantly surprised at the wealth of pirate decorations available online. Watch our video to see how we decorated!
My mummy made Rice Krispie Pirate Treasure Chests and decorated them with drizzled chocolate and put a gold chocolate coin inside. A nice easy trick is to cut up Rice Krispie Squares if you don’t have time to make them yourself.
My Grandma made Pirate Jelly using a mixture of blue food colouring and pineapple/lemon jelly. Once set she garnished it with an orange segment and a cocktail stick with a pirate flag. You can also buy blue jelly in packs off Amazon which would save the hassle trying to make sea coloured jelly!
The piece de la resistance was our Hummus desert island. We used a polystyrene dome and covered it in tin foil and cut a hole in it. We then inserted a carrot for the palm tree trunk. We covered the base with hummus and decorated the palm tree with a green pepper for the leaves. My mummy bought a cutlass cutter off Amazon and cut up cute looking cucumber with carrot sticks as driftwood for the base of the island.
My mummy had fun carving a watermelon and making a Galleon Pirate ship. Just a little note though it can get super messy! She filled it with fresh strawberries.
Here’s our top picks from Pinterest on our pirate themed board.
I had a fab time at my party and hope this provides you guys with some great inspiration for future pirate parties.
Love Bella x
30 thoughts on “Jake and the Neverland Pirates Party Ideas”
Aww happy 4th birthday Bella!! I’m hungry viewing all this food, pinterest is such an amazing place for ideas for anything. Love it x
Happy birthday Bella! So many gorgeous things to eat! Looks like a great party! xx
Ah what a fantastic theme! we had the M&S pirate cake one year (i’m not a baker!) we are at the stage where it’s a friend at the movies-much easier ha ha
The melon pirate ship looks so good! I love themed parties x
It looks like you’ve pulled all the stops for this party 🙂 And Bella looks so happy!
I love the watermelon galleon – so simple and yet so genious
That watermelon boat is the cutest! Also, I love the pirate jelly.
I love this, my daughter has just discovered jake and it is her birthday in a few monthss, so if still in love this is the theme we will be gonig for. I love the hummus island.
I do love a good themed birthday party, and this one looks most fabulous. The watermelon ship is amazing.
Happy Birthday, Bella! Your family did a fantastic job putting together your Jake and the Neverland Pirates birthday party! I really love the rice crispy treat treasure chests and the watermelon galleon is so creative. I’m so glad you had such a great time!
Wow! This looks like the best pirate party! Glad you all had fun 🙂
Wow your folks really should be party planners 🙂 the food is incredible without any sight of anything outside of the theme. Not something i feel very creative with x
oh wow! that looks really cool and yummy and hey! there are vegetables on it! haha very good idea x
What a cool party idea. I love the watermelon pirate ship. xx
Watermelon ship looks awesome, but Hummus island is great as well! I love the idea of pirate party- perfect for a little boy!:))
This is just absolutely brilliant, I love the watermelon ship, how creative x
Happy Birthday Bella! It looks like you all had a wonderful time, and mummy is very talented! Those treasure chests look so yummy I’m tempted to make them just for me :-p xx
What a brilliant pirate party theme! the watermelon ship looks so amazing
Wow, this is so creative! Congratulations for pulling the designs based on the theme! Great idea, i love the output!
Wow, what a party! Love your desert island made from hummus, such a clever idea and I bet kids loved it.
Loving that humus Desert Island and a bonus point for being healthy. My little sister loves watching it on TV!
Such cool ideas. I love the hummus island x
We threw a pirate party for Oscar’s 3rd birthday last year and I totally wish I’d thought of all these awesome food ideas! They’re amazing 🙂
Love the food ideas! It all looks so much fun x
Such a cute idea, my niece is obsessed with pirates and would love this,
wow!!! That watermelon boat is just amazing!!! perfect for any pirate party
Happy Birthday Isabella – looks like a cool party. Sebby wants dinosaurs to his #eek
That watermelon is genius – I daren’t show my girls – they will want one every night! Great party ideas.
This is all so creative! I love the watermelon ships and your video was adorable!
Happy Birthday! I loved your ideas, especially the hummus island. I think I will have to try that for our up and coming party