A Little Dose of Vitamin Sea

Beach days and warm weather is almost over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t fit in summery soiree in! Consider a timeless classic – mermaid parties are always a classic way to celebrate the season and work for all ages. After all, everyone wants to channel their inner mermaid. So, shore up some decor with under the sea inspired party supplies, whip up a batch of mertinis, and make it extra fun by DIY-ing mermaid crowns!


Shell-abrate with this table setup by mixing and matching pastels with fun metallics to create a fun and whimsical color scheme.

Products in this table set up include: Shell Balloon, Stellar Cups, Dose of Vitamin Sea Cocktail Napkins, Shell Yeah Guest Napkins, Bubble Mint Charger Plates, and Foil Straws in Bubble Mint.

To create our shell backdrop, download our printable below. It makes for an amazing cake display or photobooth!


Every mermaid needs her crown. These easy DIY crowns make for a great party favor, or activity during the party. Plus, if you create the backdrop above you’ll be able to model them for the ‘gram!


  • Headband
  • Tulle cut into strips of 8″ x 1″
  • Shells of various sizes
  • Hot Glue Gun or Mod Podge Glue


Take a pre-cut strip of tulle and tie a knot from the center along the headband. Continue to tie knots using alternating colors. We used two but feel free to use as many colors to your hearts’ desire!


Apply some glue to each knot to secure it to the headband.


Start attaching shells using your glue to secure. We used the larger shells in the middle, then medium and small on the sides.

There you have it, an easy, fun and pretty mermaid crown for you to wear! If you’re using these as an activity during your event – get creative! Add in some paints, or bedazzle your heart out!

We can’t wait to see all of your stunning sea themed celebrations. Tag us @jollityandco and use hashtag #partywithjollity – it’ll mermaid our day.

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