LEGO bricks are wonderful toys that encourage creativity and imagination. So it’s no wonder your child is interested in having a LEGO birthday party. Does your son love to play with Lego sets? Why not build him a fantastic birthday party with our LEGO party theme. If your little builder spends hours a day connecting LEGO blocks to build all sorts of different creations, then he is certainly going to love his next birthday party when you decorate it in this fun theme. The LEGO Party theme comes with all the fun birthday party supplies needed to transform your son’s next birthday party into a LEGO bonanza. This is a great theme for a childrens’ birthday celebration and, even if you’re on a budget, and the results can be quite impressive. With a little creativity and a burst of color, you can throw a top notch children’s party that will put a smile on all your guests faces.
The first thing you have to do is select or design the invitation, for The LEGO movie birthday party invitations you could make your own Lego block invitations. All you need to make these is some colored card, a one inch hole puncher and some 3D foam tape (all of these can be picked up at a craft store). Punch out a couple of circles with the hole puncher and when you have enough stick them onto a plain peice of card with the foam tape. This will make them raised and give them a 3d look. If you would prefer to send out personalized LEGO movie birthday party invites that have been professionally done, ebay and etsy is a great source. You’ll find sellers who offer a variety of invites themed around the LEGO Movie ranging from photo invitations to ticket style and most sellers can even make you a custom style if requested. There’s no need to splurge on special table cloths or plastic ware. This party is all about color. Primary colors are bright, festive, and match the theme perfectly. Use red, blue, and yellow tableware which will keep your costs low compared to specialty character products. Stir up some excitement with a door prize. Get a large clean glass jar from your recycle bin and fill it with LEGO bricks. Each guest will have a chance to guess how many bricks are inside. They will write down their guess and their name on a piece of paper. The person who comes the closest to the actual number of LEGO bricks in the jar is the winner. Even if you are not a master baker, you may be surprised how easy it is to make a LEGO cake. First, use a rectangular pan cake to make a cake. Make 4 cupcakes as well.Once the cake and cupcakes have cooled, turn the cupcakes upside down and place them on top of the cake – like LEGO brick studs. Frost the cake in your favorite color and your cake is complete.