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KARATE PARTY

Karate Party Decor
Nunchucks
Japanese Calligraphy "Happy Birthday" Banner
Red, Black & White Tablecloths
Bamboo Shoots
Bamboo Placemats
Red, Black & White Paper Lanterns
Chopsticks
Bamboo Steamers
Japanese Spoons 

Karate Party Eats & Treats
Sushi
Ninja Star Sandwiches
Ninja Star Cookies
Chocolate Dipped Fortune Cookies
Vienna "Nunchucks"
Chocolate Tumbles in Japanese Spoons
Ninja Star Cupcakes
Sugar Ribbon Carate Belts
Liquorice Black Belts
Mineral Water Bottles with Japanese Calligraphy Labels
Imperial Japanese Army Flag Popcorn Boxes filled with Popcorn
Spring Rolls
Red Cooldrink Bottles with Karate Labels
Cola Bottles with Karate Labels
Red, Black & White Sweets in Bamboo Steamer
Bow Staff Hotdogs
Sparring Sprite

Karate Party Favours
Japanese Take Away Party Favour Boxes
Square White Karate Silhouette Party Favour Boxes
Square Black Karate Picture Party Favour Boxes

KARATE PARTY
28 JUNE 2015

We set up and styled this delicious Karate themed eats & treats table for Melusi's birthday party.

We decorated the table with red & white tablecloths, a black & white chevron paper table runner, red, black & white paper lanterns, a personalize Japanese calligraphy "Happy Birthday" banner, Japanese spoons, bamboo placemats, food labels and nunchucks.

The eats & treats included Cadbury's Tumbles in Japanese spoons, ninja star cookies, "Bow Staff" mini hotdogs, chocolate dipped fortune cookies, sugar ribbon "Karate Belts", Vienna "Nunchucks" and popcorn in karate themed popcorn boxes.

To drink we served red cooldrink in bottles with karate inspired labels and black straws.

Each little guest received a white karate themed party favour box to take home.

KARATE PARTY
16 AUGUST 2016

Most little boys want to do karate or be a ninja at some stage! What a fun theme!

I thoroughly enjoyed putting together this party. We used red, white and black & white striped tablecloths, food labels, red, white & black & white striped boxes, nunchucks, bamboo mats, red, black & white paper lanterns, Japanese spoons and a personalized Japanese calligraphy banner to decorate the eats & treats table.

To eat we served vienna "Nunchucks", ninja star cupcakes, chocolate dipped fortune cookies, popcorn in karate themed boxes, chocolate cake pops on Japanese spoons, sushi with soya sauce, wasabi & pickled ginger as well as red sugar ribbon "Karate Belts".  The eats & treats was a huge hit!

To drink we served cola in bottles with karate themed labels.

One of my favourite elements were the cute Japanese take away party favour boxes complete with "black belt" ribbons and chopsticks!