Shark-Inspired Essentials for Your Shark Week Viewing Party

Stock up on some of the most fun (and mildly terrifying) kitchen gear for your Shark Week get together.

July 13, 2018

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Everyone from the littlest shark lover to the oldest will get a thrill out of these shark fin cupcake toppers. Whip up some blue icing and your ocean scene will be complete. Even adults will enjoy getting to bite a shark back.

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Fill this mildly scary shark bowl up with your favorite chips. Just be careful when you reach in. It may bite! Tortilla chips are recommened with a delightfully chunky side of red salsa next to it for a Shark Week party.

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Ditch your boring wine keys for Shark Week. Design lovers, this cork screw is for you. This pretty and functional hammerhead opener comes in copper, brass or nickel. It's so lovely we think you'll keep it around long after shark season has passed.

We think some Bloody Mary shooters would be perfect in these shark shot glasses at your Shark Week party. If you're looking for something a little more kid-friendly, use these at breakfast filled with cranberry juice.

Show up to your Shark Week BBQ repping your favorite marine animal on your chest. Not that it's a contest (who are we kidding? It totally is a contest!), but this apron is a hands-down winner at the grill. [No seals were harmed in the making of this apron.]

If you're throwing a tiki-themed party for Shark Week, you're going to need some over-the-top tiki cups to serve your drinks. We think this shark cup fits the bill. Offer up a deep red, icy drink and your guests will be thrilled.

Round out your Shark Week goodies with all the creatures you might spot under sea while you're glued to your TV. These Zoku fish pop molds come in whale, octopus, clownfish, and of course, shark.

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Attack your hot pans and protect your hands with an adorable shark oven mitt.

The Shark Week festivities don't have to wait til dark. Start off your mornings off right with this shark mug. Sip your coffee, tea or juice out of the gaping maw of this Great White.

From Etsy

Not everything for your Shark Week party has to be a shark. Give a subtle nod to a man overboard on your desserts with these life preserver fondant cupcake toppers.

Add a touch of class and beauty to your Shark Week festivities with these gorgeous melamine fish plates. Sure, all these guys might be shark food, but hopefully they'll never see it coming.

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Just when you thought it was safe to eat lollipops...along come these terrifying beasties. You can bite back in an array of customizable colors and flavors. We're partials to red and blue, but let your imagination run wild.

Candy necklaces were always the best when they turned up in a party gift bag or on Halloween. Relive your childhood glee (or actually give this to a child) with this shark candy necklace.

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If you really want to scare the pants off of your canned drink, this shark cooler is the way to go. Does it look a little too real? You bet. Is it too much? Not a chance.

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Shark Week wouldn't be nearly as nerve-racking if it weren't for boats that always seem a little too small when a Great White swims by the side. Sushi seems like a particularly apt hors d'oeuvre to serve, but you can use this sushi boat to offer any type of snack. Fair warning: you may need a bigger boat.

From Etsy

Delight the diners around your table with this ceramic serving dish perfect for anything that is offered up with a sauce. Fill the jaws of the shark with your favorite dip or condiment. Fries with ketchup, shrimp with cocktail sauce, flautas with salsa; you get the idea. The possibilities are endless! Just watch your fingers as you dunk your treats.

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It's the teeth that are scariest bit of the shark, isn't it? Overcome your shark phobia by mounting this shark bottle opener inside or outside. Each time you crack a cold one open, you'll feel a little braver.

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Shark Week wouldn't exists without the brave scuba divers willing to get in the water to swim with and film these scary creatures. Show your love with this sweet scuba diver tea infuser. When you remove your tea, set it in the tiny dinghy to avoid stains.

For the ultimate Shark Week fan, you can keep the sun off your face while you're manning the BBQ with this cap. The huge jaws around that sweet logo will make this a favorite all year long.

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