10 LEGO Party Ideas

February 20, 2014 by admin  
Filed under Girl Talk, Party Planning

Today’s LEGO blog series is focusing on LEGO party ideas. LEGO birthday parties are a hit for boys and girls alike and can be a very colorful way to celebrate a birthday. Here are some of our favorite finds and ideas for creating a great LEGO party!

1. LEGO Favor Bags {via}

We love these favor bags simply made with bold colored bags and card stock. Just use a circle punch to cut out perfect circles and adhere with double-sided foam to “raise” the circle off the bag.

LEGOfavorbags

2. LEGO Guessing Game {via}

Guess how many LEGOs are in the jar–super easy and a great party game filler.

3. LEGO Frame Favor {via}

These are 100% adorable and make a really cute take-away favor for party guests…Heck, they’d make a great addition to any child’s bedroom as well!

4. LEGO Party Banner {via}

This banner follows some of the same steps as the favor bags…EASY!

legobanner

5. LEGO Party Utensil Holder {via}

Okay, how simple is this idea? Use LEGOs to build a utensil holder OR you could make the box a little bigger and these could also hold party snacks!

Legopartyholder

6. Homemade LEGO Brick Cake {via}

Not a baker? Not to worry! The brick base of this cake can be any store bought loaf-shaped cake, like a pound cake. And those raised dots? Those are simply jumbo marshmallows!

legocake

7. LEGO Party Invitations {via}

If you’ve got a home computer/printer and some cardstock you can easily make these cure LEGO invitations!

legoinvites

8. LEGO Name Decor {via}

Duplo blocks help create the guest of honor’s age or name, making a great party decoration.

legoname

9. LEGO Balloons {via}

Yellow balloons and a black marker make these fun, and inexpensive, LEGO face balloons. Perfect party decor!

Legoballoons

10. LEGO Cups {via}

You can make these LEGO drink cups using yellow paper cups and markers.

legocups

We hope you liked these ideas as much as we did!

Check back tomorrow for the last post in our LEGO blogging series!

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