You have a Lego lover at your house and it is all about the Legos, all of the time! Birthday party time is coming, so Lego is the perfect theme! Here are 12 fun ideas for a Lego party that will make this the party all the kids will be talking about!
I repinned this one from Beau-Coup and I can’t find the image on their page any longer, but this backdrop is perfect, isn’t it? Colorful square paper plates topped with round ones make your party wall look like giant Lego bricks!
This party game of guessing how many Legos has been one of the most popular on my Pinterest boards, such a simple activity, yet the kids will love it! So many wonderful Mom’s are hosting fabulously themed Lego parties and I have an entire Pinterest board about them. You can find my Lego Pinterest Board by clicking on that link.
Delia gives you all of the details on how to make this fun Lego-themed pull pinata. Fill it with candies or little Lego gifts.
Another fun activity could be a Lego themed bean bag toss!
Make Jello Lego bricks and mini figures and your party guests will be eating them up!
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All kinds of silicone molds like these can be found on Amazon at really inexpensive price points. You can use them for Jello, ice cubes, brownies or even to create your own custom crayons as party favors!
Anders Ruff offers all the greatest ideas and products for parties and this Lego party was no exception! How about that fun backdrop, and that Lego head birthday cake!
What a fun Lego banner Laurel made for this backyard Lego party! This could be done inside or out, and is such an easy project.
How about spelling out the birthday child’s name in Legos or you could create a big number celebrating the birthday year.
Victoria over at ObSEUSSed shows you how easy it is to DIY this Lego storage container, but I think it would also make a great decoration for a Lego party table!
What kind of drinks will you be serving? You can find these fun Lego heads to dress up your straws or simply make these yourself!
Take a non-toxic black marker to some square yellow paper plates and you have Lego Mini Figure heads for your place settings!
If you are interested in any of these great party ideas please click on the links below the pictures to take you to the individual websites for all of the details!
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