05 Sep

{Ship & Golden Treasure Inspired} AMAZING Pirate Party!

amazing pirate cake

Let me just say, this {Ship & Golden Treasure Inspire} Pirate Party by Louisa of The Little big Company is absolutely AMAZING! The level of collaboration and talent from these vendors (Ham & Pea Design and Paperie, Petit Atelier, Lee Bird Photography and The Girl in the Green Scarf!) is just remarkable. I had a lot of trouble narrowing down the photos for this one, and you’ll know why as soon as you see the fondant ship cake, captain hook craft, skull cake pops, map inspired printables….

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Pop Up Pirate Ship and Cupcakes with Pirate Style Party Flags (My favorite part!)
– Beautiful desserts and a {perfect} detailed cake by Just Call Me Martha
– Canon Ball Treats, Treasure Chest Decoration & Pirate Punch Drinks
– Pirate Face (with eye patches & bandanas) Cookies labeled “Eat Me If You Dare!”
– Kids Captain Hook Craft (tin foil & plastic cups- so easy!) + Pirate Costume Dress Up
– Ship Sail Dessert Table Backdrop, Red Stripe Tablecloth & Burlap Covered Favor Table

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Louisa

Ahoy Maties and Arrr.. Me hearties, 5 year old Justin wanted to get all hands on deck and invite all his shipmates to a Pirate Party which was held at Petit Atelier here in Melbourne, Australia where they get to craft some Captain Hook pirate hooks and have some fun playing with pirate treasure and have delicious party treats.

Just Call Me Martha made the Pirate Ship cake which absolutely made the little pirates want to sail away. With a pirate ship on the top tier some waves and a pirate treasure map, it was a true buccaneer’s cake, she added some with little ship cake pops and pirate sugar cookies, Ham&Pea design&paperie made a canvas backdrop that was cleverly made into a ship sail with an fantastic octopus aboard, the invitations, the canvas treat bags and all the party paperie. We all had some fun styling this party and putting this together beautifully captured by Lee Bird Photography.



– Pirate party venue, pirate party package, crafting: Petit Atelier
– Pirate Cake, pirate ship cake pops, pirate sugar cookies (all sweet treats): Just Call Me Martha
– Party Styling, milk bottles, swizzle sticks, chalkboards, party props: The Little big Company
– Canvas Pirate Backdrop, invitation, stationery: Ham & Pea Design and Paperie
– Glass Tili Mason Jars: The Girl in the Green Scarf 
– Photography: Lee Bird Photography

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September 5, 2013 at 8:03 am

@designroundup SAYS:

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September 5, 2013 at 10:06 am

Lisette Wolter-McKinley SAYS:

What a spectacular cake!

September 5, 2013 at 10:59 am

Patty Smith SAYS:

Love the cake and printable designs! Great job!

Sweet Treat Stands

September 7, 2013 at 7:20 am

Tena SAYS:

Where could I get those lovely tall glasses with the lids on . The ones holding the Cannon ball Sweets .lovely party .

October 20, 2013 at 2:40 am
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