Have I ever mentioned that I am a first class procrastinator?? I know I have and I have also mentioned how my poor JP who is number 6 child always gets his birthday party a pretty long time after his actual birthday. His birthday always falls during lent (and we don’t party during lent since I don’t like having parties on Sundays, too stressful). Easter always comes around and before I know it, it’s summer and my baby boy (who never complains) finally crosses my mind and then its scramble time to have his party before boy number 7 has to have his.
Enter. Lego. party. Super easy to come up with ideas and one thing we have around here is legos. This was a simple party, nothing hard to make and only 12 boys total were invited. We even had time to relax after everything was cleaned up. For the next couple of days I will post the how to’s on some of the projects in case you are inspired to have a lego party for your birthday kid. Almost the entire party was done indoors because we expected 90% chance of rain.
WARNING: This post is going to be pic heavy.
my usual cake table presentation minus the cake… again no cake at one of my parties… I have told myself that this will not be a recurring event but I just could not get inspired to design a lego cake knowing that it has been done so many times.
one of the games… guess how many are in there? 777! yeah
simple cupcakes in lego colored wrappers… template and tutorial will be posted in a few days
homemade shrinky dinks upcycled from plastic container to make name tag straws
That's amazing party
Love your creativity! I have tried the jello in the LEGO silicone mould but just can’t get them right. They keep breaking. Could you please tell me the proportions of the contents you used? Thank you
Oh my goodness, you're such a life saver! It's my 24 year old sons birthday in a couple of weeks and I had no idea what to do. I remember when he was your sons age he loved lego so I thought a little reminiscence party would be fun. Thank you so much for your wonderful blog posts, keep em' coming!
HIBeautiful post thank-you. here you can find a lot of lego games.I am gathering info on Lego parties on my blog but I missed your post.
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Love the gift bags. I used them for my sons birthday and included a link to your site on my blog jenndowler.blogspot.ca. Thanks!!
Thank you so very much Jennifer!! Will pay you a visit to see your party.
where did you buy the party pacs, need ideas for party coming in march
I found them a few years ago at Target. I don't think they sell them anymore but you might have some luck on Ebay 🙂 Hope your party is great!
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here and visit more often. Did you hire out a designer to create your theme?
thank you for the compliment. Yes, I hired a designer, her credentials are at the bottom of my blog page.
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STUNNING ideas! Thank you x
I just found your blog through Pinterest! Great Lego party post! I was wondering if you would send me a link to the cupcake holder template and the Lego blocks soap recipe, as well as the link to buy the molds. I have grandsons who absolutely LOVE Legos just like I do!
Can you inform me where you purchased the molds from? Soap and mini people figurines
I got the molds back when Lego sold them but I'm sure you could probably find them on Ebay. I poured the soap and the people were made from melted crayon. Good luck!
Just curious as to how to make the lego man crayons and where you would get the mold from. I am Canada so I am not sure if I can find them here.
Hi – any interest in making one of those cake table banners for my son's birthday? It's in two weeks. we can discuss price and details. Thea
I am so sorry but I have my hands quite full right now with farm chores, homeschooling and keeping my home. I hope you can figure out how to make one, it was easy ; )
everything turned out so cute! and you never have to apologize for pic heavy posts… it's the word heavy ones I have trouble getting through hahaha! 😉
Thank you! was about to ask : how did you make the marshmallow pops! was there a tutorial for that?? Thanks!
This is awesome! Thanks. We're having our Lego party next weekend and we're totally going to do the sucking Lego with a straw game! How fun is that?!?! =o)
Thank you for sharing! What creative ideas. I'm adding a link to your post on my blog – specifically an article on theme ideas. Thanks again!
What are the marshmallow pops covered with?
They are dipped in candy melts and the face it written with a food pen : )
This is an adorable theme! You should definitely make a SkinnyScoop list of this! Tips, steps, tools needed to throw this party! My boss and SkinnyScoop CEO would LOVE it! She is a big fan of LEGOs and building them with her kids…just check out this list she made > LEGO Lovers Gift Guide
I have had several Lego parties, but all of your ideas are new to me! Thanks so much! I have also had a Lego scavenger hunt. We poor all our Legos out on a big sheet and give the kids a list of things to find, red brick 2 x 4, any Star Wars Lego item, Clear brick, etc. First one done, wins the prize.
I love this party theme. Something that would add a little more to it would be a lego cake. It would be simple! You could bake a rectangular cake and a few cupcakes. Cut the tops of the cupcakes off and turn them upside-down placing them on top of the cake to make it look like a lego. Then ice it from there. Super cute! I will definitely keep this idea and use it if I have a little boy! 🙂 Thank you so much for this idea!
I just stumbled upon some of your ideas on Pinterest and I'm in love! This party is themed so well and looks pretty simple to do! Thanks for the great idea!
Thanks so much for sharing your creativity! I adapted several of your ideas for my son's "Lego Mars Rover" party. We had a blast.
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We just had a Lego party for our guy (nowhere NEAR as cool as this). I so wish I would have found this first. So awesome!!
So cute! Love your ideas. Thanks for sharing.
thank you everyone! This party was last minute so I worried about it looking last minute but I really did not have to put too much time into it. The projects are easy, if you try them send me some pics.
YOU ARE AMAZING! I found you by accident! I was trying to Google one of my own posts I was having tourble finding and I found this! ADORE! ADORE! YOu make the most amazing things! WOW!
Hi there,Visiting you from thebricklife.com. Love, love, love your Lego Party AND your blog! Especially love your Lego rosaries! Great idea!
HIBeautiful post thank-you.I am gathering info on Lego parties on my blog but I missed your post.If you have time please add a link to your post here:http://www.thebricklife.com/lego-birthday-party-guide-to-lego-cakes-lego-candy-more/I'd love to share your ideas with other Lego parents.CheersInger
Awesome. Just awesome. 🙂 So glad another Catholic loking-for-cool-ideas mom linked you for me!
Wow, this looks like a fantastic party! I've bookmarked it ready for when my son turns 7 next May!
This is fantastic. My Boy is now very excited – his birthday is coming up and we shall be using some of these ideas. Thank you!!
I've got a lego-loving boy with a birthday in August so these ideas are very timely for me! Thanks for posting, I'm definately going to try some of these!
What great ideas! Our little guy has just dicovered the fun of legos so this will give me some great projects!
Love the blog. Gets better every time.
I am super pumped! These are great ideas! Please post recipes when you have time. I can't wait to learn how to make those crayons!
wow. these are such clever, fun ideas!! i'm always struggling with one of my son's mid-february birthday, and your game ideas would totally work for that time of year!! thanks for sharing.