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Mermaids have been super popular over the last couple of years, so mermaid birthday parties have been pretty popular as well. I love the purple and teal color scheme that typically goes along with the mermaid theme. They’re really fun and make for whimsical food recipes.
Check out this DIY mermaid tail topper from Momdot! This is such a creative way to present cupcakes at a mermaid birthday party!
Serve party drinks creatively, as shown with these lemonade drinks from Kara’s Party Ideas.
How beautiful does this Mermaid Bark look by Bread Booze Bacon? Check out the recipe over on their blog.
These are Sea Glass Layered Jell-O Bars by Ever After in the Woods. Not only do they look delicious, but the colors match perfectly with a mermaid birthday party theme.
I love this “seaweed” idea by Catch My Party. You can use green Sour Punch Straws as seaweed on a dessert table.
Another great idea by, Catch My Party, is a tray full of sugar cookies in some brown sugar for sand. You can find under the sea cookie cutters here.
If you’re looking for a custom option, Nicole Elisa Designs. She makes custom pretzels sticks like these beautiful “Under the Sea” ones.
Homemade Interest created an awesome, no-churn mermaid ice cream. This is a really fun idea!
Add rock candy sticks to glass jars on your dessert table as “coral reef.” Such a cute idea.
I’m loving these mermaid seashell macarons by Aww Sam!
These mermaid madeleine cookies are just so unique that I had to add them to the list. You can find the DIY tutorial over at Brit + Co!