Months before my son’s fifth birthday, he began talking about having a LEGO party. We play with LEGO bricks all the time, so I was not the slightest bit surprised. Here is our LEGO Party Planner. (affiliate links are included)
Our LEGO inspired invitations is orange because that’s my son’s favorite color (print out your own LEGO invitation here)
We kept it simple: our floor was covered with LEGO bricks, so I let that be the main decoration! We made LEGO window decorations from craft foam. We stuck rectangular shaped craft foam to the window, by wetting the back. I cut circles from contrasting color craft foam. Even though actual LEGO bricks are (mostly) one color, when I made circles from the same color, it just looked like we had a bunch of plain rectangles!
I also am inordinately proud of the LEGO utensil holder I made! I used a small baseplate, and built 4 walls around it, until it was the right size for the utensils. If we had a LEGO brick shortage I was prepared to sacrifice my creation… but it’s been almost 5 months and I still haven’t had the heart to take it apart!
We cleared the floor and set up several piles of LEGO Bricks on the ground, along with scattered LEGO building plates . This was all the kids needed to happily build, create, and share! BUT – If you are looking for a bit more structure, I had these LEGO Party Games ready to go!
LEGO Wrapping Ideas:
To wrap the birthday boy’s presents, I stuck LEGO bricks onto plain white paper using double-sided tape.
LEGO Inspired Cake:
I’m the first to admit I could never be a baker! But I tried my best and kept my LEGO inspired cake simple with a rectangle shaped base, with Oreo cookies on top to resemble a LEGO brick. (I almost did cupcakes with these adorable printables.)
LEGO Party Favors:
We love LEGO, and I foresee more LEGO parties in our future. If you have any other ideas to add, please leave a comment!