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DIY Sea Party Ideas

DIY Sea Party Ideas

A few weeks ago I helped throw an ‘Under the Sea’ party for some good friends. We wanted the guests to feel as though they walked straight into the bottom of the sea when they entered through the doors. With all of the food and decorations, the party was a huge success! It was so well received, I’m sharing my most favorite ideas that we did!)

Pool Noodle Coral Reef

You will LOVE this Pool Noodle Coral Reef!  It can be made as large and spectacular and you want and will set the scene for your Under the Sea Party!  You will get so many compliments if you follow my tutorial!!  Check it out HERE!


Sand Bucket Kids

These adorable Sand Bucket Kids are the perfect way to spotlight that special someone for their birthday!  Check out my tutorial HERE!


Paper Lantern Jellyfish

The Paper Lantern Jellyfish are the most awesome of all the sea creatures!  They’re fun to create and really make it look and feel like you’re Under the Sea!  Check out my tutorial HERE!


Googly Eye Puffer Fish

These adorable little creatures are the cutest ever and are adorable peeking around your food, your shells, and under the Pool Noodle Seaweed!  They’re so fast and easy to make!  Check out my tutorial  Here! 


Crabby Croissant Sandwiches

Your guests will get a chuckle when you bring out these adorable little crabby sandwiches!  Who can resist these tempting little creatures!  Be sure to check out my tutorial and delicious chicken recipe HERE!


Fishing Hole Punch Bowl

What kid wouldn’t want to  drink out of this fun fishing bowl!  Check out my tutorial and how to create my special “Sea Water Punch” recipe HERE!


Oyster Cookies

Don’t these little Oyster Cookies look adorable!  Who wouldn’t want to take a bit out of these delicious and easy to make “Under the Sea” Treats!  Check out my tutorial Here!


Paper Plate Porthole

These fun Paper Plate Portholes are great to put on the doors before you enter into your “Under the Sea” Party!  They  help set the Under the Sea”  tone to your party before entering. Be sure to check out my tutorial HERE!


DIY Pool Noodle Coral Reef Seaweed


DIY Soap Bubble Snake Maker


  1. Thanks for linking up at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 2! Shared ♥

  2. All these ideas are wonderful and can easily be adapted to adults. Love the portholes which I may use for my doll stories…thanks for the fun, unda-da-sea….had to sing that!

    • Tee

      Thank you Sandi for your sweet comments! This party was a fun one to create! I’d love to see what you do with the portholes! It sounds awesome!

  3. Lots of cute ideas! I love the jelly fish! I would love for you to add this post over on my new party A GATHERING OF FRIENDS http://graceforagypsy.com/a-gathering-of-friends-link-party-2/

  4. Mother of 3

    Lots of cute ideas! My son is having an under the sea party later this summer and I’m still stocking up on ideas for that.

  5. Love all these ideas! Especially the jellyfish!

  6. Some really cute ideas.

  7. Great ideas here and they make me want to have a party for something. The jellyfish are my favorite and the crabby sandwhiches are really cute. Thanks for sharing this ideas with us at #OMGHWW.

  8. So many FUN ideas for a summer party! Love that ‘crabby’ sandwich idea, as well as the oyster cookies!

  9. These are adorable ideas! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

  10. These are fun ideas, I especially love the crabby croissants 😀

  11. liz

    It looks like an adorable party!! Thanks for sharing on Homestead Blog Hop!

  12. I love these ideas. I’ll be Pinning to my Birthday Party Board. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.

  13. I love EVERYTHING about this post! Thanks for linking up with us at the GATHERING OF FRIENDS LINK PARTY 2. PINNING!

  14. Kathy A

    I loved your ideas; shopping a dollar store for supplies would make all of these very affordable, too! Loved the jelly fish and portholes especially!

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