Today I’d like to share the photos from my friend Nicole’s Lego birthday party. All boys and girls love Legos as there are endless creations to build. This is a perfect party theme for a young boy.
For the invite you can make your own with cardstock, order them on Etsy or Tiny prints customized with a photo or you can download a printable invite. Nicole found this cute printable invite that can be easily customized. She printed the invite on paper and then mounted it on a green cardstock so that it was thicker than just one sheet of regular paper. You can find this free invite on Make Your Own Invitations for download. There are tons of free printable invites out there, search around to find one you like. Here’s a link to my Lego Party Pinterest board where I’ve pinned some of my favorites.
The kids were given a bag of Legos and a party blower. Each bag of Legos had a board with a big number “5” since this was the birthday boys 5th. Having the Legos at the tables was a great way for the kids to have something to do while they sat at the tables.
I made a rectangle Lego banner for the birthday boy. The circles were cut with a small circle punch and then raised up with pop dots to give the illusion of the circles on Legos.
The rectangle banner shapes were cut via the Silhouette with two small circles precut making for easy stringing.
There were a few rectangles left over so I made this mini banner. The balloons were colorful on theme decorations and great for all of the tables.
Nicole punched out circles from cardstock to make these cute favor bags. They are very simple and look awesome.
The cake was a sheet cake from the store that was personalized for the birthday boy. She used a small Lego beach set and made some blue water from frosting. The letters are a great way to easily personalize your cake, you can find these at the grocery. This is the same Nicole who has helped me with my cakes & cupcakes seen here: Fish Cupcakes, Owl Cupcakes & her son’s train party cupcakes from last year. What a cute cake, huh?!
The kids played pin the head on the Lego body while they were blindfolded. It was a fun party game and interesting that everyone put the heads in the same location. The green board is foam core found at the craft store.
Lego heads that were used to pin onto the board for the game.
Party favor bags decorated with circles. There were more Legos and a few sweet treats inside the bags.
Hope you enjoyed seeing the Lego birthday party. Thank you Nicole for letting me share these photos on my blog! I’ve already started seeing good traffic to the recent Lego Banner post. I know my readers will like seeing your party too!
I am thinking about throwing a Ninjago themed Lego party for my sons next birthday. He was the green ninja from Ninjago for Halloween and says he’d like a Ninjago party. His birthday is still 6 months away so we’ll have to wait and see if he’s still interested in Ninjago at that time. I have some cute photos of him in his costume that I could use on the invite. It will be hard to decide which design to use! Handmade or with photos?? Also, I’ve started collecting Ninjago party ideas on this board. I know I’ll have fun making things for a Ninjago party if this becomes a reality.