Jack's Ninja Warrior 7th birthday party

Emma C By Emma C  in Birthday

Drinks

Party Recap

My eldest son, Jack loves lego. In particular ninjago lego. Jack wanted to share his love of ninjago and Japan, with his friends and family. So I got planning, and created a super, fun Japanese-inspired ninja warrior celebration for his for seventh birthday. For all the party highlights, check out the blog: https://mylittlepartyaustralia.com/2018/04/21/a-japanese-inspired-ninja-warrior-party/

Idea

Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    bamboo fruit boats edamame fried chicken slider with slaw and kewpie mayo ninja warrior topped cupcakes noodle boxes rice crispy sushi selection of lollies selection of sushi vegetable gyoza, and yakitori skewers

  • What People Drank

    We provided a dorinku (Japanese for drink) station complete with ninja warrior water and ninja power potion to quench their thirst.

  • Desserts

    We had the great pleasure of having Lisa from Cakes to Celebrate by Lisa create the incredible ninjago-inspired masterpiece. The birthday cake was two tiers of absolute goodness. The top tier a heavenly vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream, and the base tier was a deliciously moist chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream.

  • Party Favors

    Little Jack was eager to show his gratitude to each little party guest, so suggested I organise an arigato gift station where his little friends could collect their thank you gift. We popped fortune cookies in a noodle box and topped it with a cute personalised tag.

  • Activities / Games

    On this occasion we organised a colouring station, using the Japanese language: Atisuto Station (artist / colouring station). And a Ninjago station, we loaded a table with lego, and lego accessories which gave the little ones and the grown-ups too an opportunity to use their imagination, and create fun ninjago-inspired stories. We were delighted with Josh the Master Sensei from Parties Kids Remember who took the little ones through some serious ninja warrior training for the birthday battle! Our little party guests were delighted with all the fun games, prizes and activities, especially with these gorgeous ‘Ninja Training awards’ created by Alison from Just Add Confetti.

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Party Helpers

  • Anthony from my little party australia

    Caterer

    Food is very important for mini ninja warriors, we provided a delicious menu that not only satisfied their hunger but excited their tastebuds. The menu created by our resident Chef, Tony Craven, also known as “Jack’s Daddy” was as follows:

    bamboo fruit boats
    edamame
    fried chicken slider with slaw and kewpie mayo
    ninja warrior topped cupcakes
    noodle boxes
    rice crispy sushi
    selection of lollies
    selection of sushi
    vegetable gyoza, and
    yakitori skewers

  • Alison from Just Add Confetti

    Graphic Designer

    Invitations set the tone of the celebration, and I love to splash out and order chic, well-designed, customised invitations. I wanted to build the excitement with Jack’s friends and family, so got creative with the wording for the invitation, adding a few Japanese elements. The incredibly talented Alison, from Just Add Confetti created a fabulous design, which carried right through from the invitation to all elements of the event stationery.

  • Lisa from Cakes to Celebrate by Lisa

    Cake designer

    We had the great pleasure of having Lisa from Cakes to Celebrate by Lisa create the incredible ninjago-inspired masterpiece. The birthday cake was two tiers of absolute goodness. The top tier a heavenly vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream, and the base tier was a deliciously moist chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream.

  • Josh from Parties Kids Remember

    Entertainment

    We were delighted with Josh the Master Sensei from Parties Kids Remember who took the little ones through some serious ninja warrior training for the birthday battle! Our little party guests were delighted with all the fun games, prizes and activities, especially with these gorgeous ‘Ninja Training awards’ created by Alison from Just Add Confetti.

  • Photographer from Angela Higgins

    Photographer

    There is nothing more important to us than long lasting memories from a my little party event. Angela Higgins is an incredibly talented photographer who captured all the important details of this little party so well.

  • Shelley from Favor Lane Party Boutique

    Decorations

    The table was set with black and gold square paper plates, from Favorlane Party Boutique.

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