Kendall Jenner celebrated her 18th birthday at an intimate masquerade dinner party with sisters Kim and Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner Credit: courtesy of Khloe Kardashian

Damsels in disguise! Five days after a birthday takeover of Six Flags Magic Mountain with her famous family, Kendall Jenner celebrated officially turning 18 at a smaller but still fun masquerade dinner party at Mastro's in L.A. with loved ones including sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner.

Khloe, Kylie, Kendall, and mom Kris Jenner shared pictures from the happy occasion via Instagram on Sunday, Nov. 3. In one photo, the birthday girl rocks a red-and-gold glittery mask and poses with pal Spencer Johnson, who has on a leopard print cat mask with black trim and colored jewels.

Khloe, 29, also donned a bejeweled cat mask for the bash. She paired hers -- all black except for some colored beads -- with a black-and-white plaid jacket, a black tank top, and slim black pants. "Birthday girl," she captioned a photo of her and Kendall at the restaurant. Later, she added a pic of her 18-year-old sister blowing out the candles on an elaborate rose-topped birthday cake.

Kim, 33 -- who has a lot to celebrate herself, what with her recent engagement to Kanye West and their 4-month-old daughter North -- declined to share any snapshots from the celebration, but Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner caught her on camera and shared the photographic proof via Instagram.

"Guess whoooooooo????" Kris wrote alongside a photo of the blonde Keeping Up With the Kardashians star flashing her big brown eyes behind a gold-trimmed black mask with purple, red, black, and gold feathers fanning across the top.

One thing Kim did share? Her sweet birthday message to Kendall. "Happy 18th Birthday to the sweetest girl I know," she tweeted on Nov. 3. "I hope your adult years are filled with happiness & so much [love]."

The photos from Kendall's masquerade bash are especially noteworthy given the Kardashian-Jenner family's radio silence on Halloween this year. In past years, the reality stars have gone all out with their coordinated costumes -- but this year, the only one to publicly celebrate the spooky holiday was Kendall, who tweeted a picture of herself in a cat costume.