With a birthday boy obsessed with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, plus a tight timeline and budget, Kiira Turnbow of Eye Heart Pretty Things pulled off some totally Radical TMNT Party Ideas! The coolest idea here is her green balloons wrapped in crepe paper representing each ninja turtle, so creative! Be sure to look through all the clever party food and DIY ideas for your own “turtlized” pizza party. :)
PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:
Michelangelo’s Orange Slices + Donatello’s Dark Chocolate
My 4 year old is obsessed with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. We didn’t have much time to put together his 4th birthday party, and needed to keep it on a tight budget. We opted for an easy pizza and dessert party with his friends.
I bought plates & napkins in the colors of the turtles (blue, purple, red & orange). I twisted two different shades of green crepe paper streamers to create a backdrop for the table and I tied crepe paper streamers around green helium balloons to look like turtle masks.
The dessert table was the main event. Oreos as “man-hole covers”, ninja candy sushi on rice krispy treats, and candy coordinated to each turtle’s color. I baked sugar cookies and used ninja shaped cookie cutters to make ninja cookies, and frosted them green with masks and elbow/knee pads. I used green food color to make the cupcakes lime green, and frosted them green with colored masks. The lemon-lime “ooze” was made from lemon-lime soda, lime sherbet ice cream and slices of lime for garnish.
I made a DIY pinata with an extra large balloon, newspaper, and paper-mache glue. I painted it green with a red mask reminiscent of Raphael, the red ninja turtle. I used red, orange, blue & purple felt to cut out masks, and sewed fabric to the edges to make masks for each boy to wear for the pinata.