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Pirate parties are so fun and perfect for the kiddos. Just recently I had the pleasure of creating some Mickey Mouse Pirate Party Printables for another blogger, which I’m sharing as a free download so be sure to check out that post.
I thought it would be fun to share some pirate party decoration ideas, but instead of sharing all my favorites, and there are a ton, I figured it would be practical and helpful if I shared how to decorate a Pirate Party on a $75 budget.
Yes, I said the B word… Shh…
I love to throw parties but let’s get real, my pocket book cannot always support it and sticking to a budget isn’t always fun. But finding inexpensive party decor is a hobby. I love going on the hunt for the best deals and decor that matches the vision I have in my head.
One of my best tips is to plan out your ideas ahead of time. I typically spend several weeks just thinking about decor before I actually start purchasing products. Many times I start a spreadsheet with the items I wish to purchase to try to stick to my budget. This allows me to get all my ideas together before I spend a dime on something that I might not end up using.Be sure you sign up for Ebates before online shopping. Many of my favorite party suppliers offer cash back on your purchases and if you sign up with my Ebates referral link, you’ll receive some extra cash back!
I’ve taken the guesswork out of it this time, by providing you with a list of decor items to throw an inexpensive, yet perfectly styled Pirate Party.
Supples to Decorate a Pirate Party on a $75 Budget
Pirate Party Decorating Ideas on a Budget
Use the pirate tablecloth not only on the table but also as a backdrop for the dessert table by attaching it to the wall. You can use command strips to safely adhere it. This set of 3 tablecloths provides plenty of options! Hang the pirate flag over the tablecloth and you’ve got yourself a pretty cute backdrop for less than $20.
Finally, set the table with another tablecloth and use the pirate party tableware set for a fun table. This set includes plates, cups, napkins, and cutlery for 24 guests. You can include a little treasure chest at each place setting. Put some pirate coins inside along with some small candy.
The rest of the coins can be used to decorate other areas of the party. Add the pirate lollipops for a fun sweet touch either at the table, or display on the dessert table.
There you have it!
Hope you enjoyed these pirate party ideas. What’s your favorite way to save on decor items? I would love to hear in the comments.