Nautical Sailboat Birthday Party

Nautical Birthday Party Banner and favor table


Welcome Aboard and set sail with our Nautical Theme Birthday Party Decor. We love receiving pictures from our fabulous customers using our products. This party is filled with great recipes, DYI decor, and personalized products incorporated in a unique way. The outdoor setting with the pool and golf course in the background sure sets the mood for this birthday party. No details were spared for the Nautical Party.


  • Custom Wine Charms. Materials from the jewelry department at Michaels
  • Sail for the boat was made from painters drop cloth from Lowes
  • Anchors on cake made with Wilton sugar sheets and punch from Michaels
  • Hand cut nautical flags from colorbok paper
  • Napkin rings made with upholstery cording from Joanns
  • Handmade table runner

Nautical Birthday Party custom sailboat with iron on

Nautical Birhtday Party Wine Charms

Nautical Birthday Party Custom Cake Pennant

Nautical Birthday Party place setting



Nautical Birthday Party white sangria

Nautical Birthday Party shrimp cocktail

Nautical Birthday Party Cucumber Sailboat

Nautical Birthday Party hors-d'oeuvre table

Nautical Birthday Party upclose fruit cups



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Nautical Birthday Party Personalized Party Favors

Nautical Birthday Party Personalized Mint tins

Nautical Birthday Party Personalized Banner

Nautical Birthday Party water bottle lables




Nautical Birthday Party Anchor with Confetti

Nautical Birthday Party table decor

Nautical Birthday Party Decor



Our wonderful customer Nikol shared some input about styling the party:

I knew I wanted a Sailboat for the table. While shopping around the boats were very expensive so I decided to go for plan B. I found this boat planter at Joann’s and decided I was going to make my own sailboat. I handmade the sail and dowels and used it to display the fruit cups. The table setting was very intimate. Woven charges were placed under blue rimmed plates purchased from Walmart. Square glass containers were filled with fresh flowers wrapped in nautical ribbon. Originally we just placed a white table cloth but when we saw this blue striped fabric at Joann’s we decided to use it as a table runner tying in the blue color scheme. We kept the food simple, sticking with a nautical theme. We placed the cocktail sauce inside half a lemon for the shrimp. We cut up colorful peppers and used them as the sail of the stuffed cucumbers. Lastly, we made a family recipe crab dip and paired it with a sliced toasted baguette. The favors were the easiest part of the party. Candles and Favors had the perfect design for our party. All the products were personalized and really easy to assemble. Thanks for giving me all the tools to be creative. I hope you enjoy all the photos I shared with you.

There is no better reward than seeing our customers incorporate our designs for their special event. Continue sending us photos, we might just feature you as well.












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