Attention all master builders!! In a new way to stress parents out, kids birthday parties have taken a turn recently away from my preferred method of celebration, an ice cream cake, bowl of chips and classic fairy bread. Instead, we are faced with daunting tasks, some parents even opting to call in the professionals. These events are enough to steal any show with meticulously planned colour themes, dessert tables and lolly bags that are fit for royals…
When my son turned 5, just a few months after that wonderful ‘Everything is Awesome!” song came blaring through our screens, of course he wanted a Lego birthday party. I’m naturally a Do it Yourself kind of gal, which meant that I had big plans. Unfortunately, like my eyes being bigger than my stomach, I had begun a task that was a bit too much for me to take on. Thankfully it all worked out in the end, despite the treacherous rain and being planned solely outdoors, the kids had a ball!
So, to save you from trawling the internet for the best Lego paryt ideas, I’ve rounded up the best (and easiest) ideas to successfully create a party filled with Master Builders!
Lego birthday party invitations
What better way to invite your partygoers to a Lego party, than to include some building blocks?
Lego birthday party decorations
A new take on the balloons hanging on the letterbox is this oversized Lego brick by the front door, it lets your guests will know exactly where the party is located.
Let the fun flow inside with some great Lego brick bunting, you can get creative and by adding the birthday boy or girls name.
Using yellow paper lanterns is an economical way to make sure your guests are wowed!
Party tables are a big hit at the moment, their gorgeous yet simple style means they’re incredibly time effective!
If you’re already a master builder you can show off your skills by constructing the birthday child’s name, or get creative and make your own bowl and cutlery holders!
It’s not hard to keep the kids hydrated with these simple Lego water bottles.
These fun treats make it easy to ensure the kids are only having a set amount of sugar!
Using blue, red and yellow coloured jelly adds to the Lego colour theme, and by putting yellow in the center, you get green and orange too!
It wont be difficult to keep the kids entertained with this fun party game, pin the Lego head on the body.
Piñatas’ are the ultimate party must have at the moment, and this Lego brick is far from difficult to make yourself, you can even enlist the help of your master builder!
Lego birthday party cake
A party isn’t a celebration without cake! This Lego cake is ‘Under Construction’ and will be sure to leave a smile on everyone’s face!
Lego birthday party take home bags
Send your guests home with these adorable Lego party bags filled with lollies or trinkets, and your guests will be talking about your party for weeks to come!
If your house if over-run with Lego, check out our Lego storage hack ideas.