Fun Pirate Costumes & Pirate Party Ideas for Halloween

Can you ever have too much fun planning a Halloween party? Okay, so maybe I did with Jordan Winery‘s Sunken Treasure pirate party event. We transformed the Winery Chateau into a seafaring world filled with ships, pirates, wenches and sea creatures. We hope these photos provide inspiration for pirate costumes, decorations and entertainment at your next pirate or under the sea Halloween party.

Fun Pirate Party Ideas

  • Have a pirate wench in a “Champagne” skirt greet your guests with glasses of bubbly or stage a galley table of mess-hall mateys gnawing on turkey legs to heckle your friends.
  • Create a treasure map backdrop where guests can get their pictures taken upon arrival.
  • Divide the party up into themes by room. Turn the largest room of your house into a pirate ship and another into an underwater lounge, replete with a blue mermaid swimming over the dance floor.
  • Make your own pirate ship flag with your family name.
  • Hang a shark above the bar.
  • Serve turkey legs and raw seafood (sushi rolls and sashimi).
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Creative Pirate Costume Ideas

  • Jellyfish costume made with a plastic umbrella and LED lights
  • Inflatable boat costume with a pirate or wench as your date
  • Red parrot adult costume for women
  • The pirate party mermaid costume
  • The Titanic dinner party ghost couple costume idea
  • Pirate’s Booty Girls
  • King Triton costume, Greek god of the sea
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But whatever you do, know you’re guests will be channeling Jack Sparrow and having a bloody good time.

See more from our Sunken Treasure pirate party event here.

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As one of eight children, Nitsa Knoll doesn’t remember a time when she wasn’t helping host parties for her Greek family in Southern California. She naturally gravitated toward planning beautiful events with bold colors and flowers as focal points. Today, she spends her days overseeing events and hospitality at Jordan Winery, where she works alongside her husband, Todd Knoll. With an eye for design, her creative mind is constantly at work, planning the next dinner party or designing a new floral arrangement. She finds constant inspiration from the trees and flowers growing at Jordan Estate and throughout Sonoma County.

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