Party Recap

We held a joint birthday party for my two boys at their karate studio. The both LOVE Lego Ninjago, so that was the theme. All the kids had a blast!!


Party Highlights

  • Best Moment

    When the karate instructor cut the cake with his Samurai sword. The kids were in awe!!!

  • Most Touching Moment

    So many of the kids said it was the best birthday party they had ever been to. That made my day!

  • Best Dressed

    Every kid loved wearing their Ninjago shirts and headbands. Some wore them as karate belts.

  • What People Ate

    Chinese Take Out containers filled with cheese, crackers and fruit.

  • What People Drank

    Ninjago water bottles

  • Desserts

    Ninjago cake and cupcakes, each with its own ninjago character

  • Party Favors

    Ninjago t-shirts that I made by ironing on the Ninjago eyes, personalized headbands with their name ironed on, and small take home boxes filled with legos and Ninjago stickers

  • Activities / Games

    The karate studio provided all the fun and entertainment!

  • Budget

    The most expensive thing was to rent the karate studio. The giant balloons were $4 each plus $2 each to fill them at Party City. The cake image was $8 from etsy. I also ordered the giant Ninjago eyes from etsy. I found the black t-shirts at the dollar store and the dark t-shirt iron on paper was only $.50 a shirt. We had the extra legos, so the favors were a total of only $1.50 each. Since I made the invitations and all the printables, it wasn't very expensive.


Party Helpers

  • Susie Salinas

    Party Planner




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    Susie S wrote:

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    Desi P wrote:

    Did you make these or did you purchase them?

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    Roxanne P wrote:

    Where did you get the images for all the different eyes? Thanks!

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    Jen M wrote:

    I can't read the details on the shirts. How did you make them? Iron on transfers?