Lego Party

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I’m so glad to finally share the actual Lego party!  Putting it together was lot of fun.  I reused previous party items–polkadot tablecloths, green fabric for flag bunting garland and happy birthday lego sign (friend’s).  Lego blocks were used for party decorations.  All the party guests were kept entertained throughout the party.  And most importantly Lucas had an “awesome” time! 

I will list resources at the bottom of the post.  Sorry for the many pictures.  It was hard to narrow down.

Dessert Table

Lucas’s name and the number 5 in Lego blocks.  Lego mats used for food platters
Lego Cupcakes

Lego Cake

Lego Party Table–I like this idea I did last year for the Tea Party decorations–hanging garland or streamers over the party table.  The kids love it because it makes the party more intimate and squares off the table from other party activities.  I used tall wooden garden sticks and crepe paper to hang over the eating table.

Lego napkin rings, legos in containers, milk jars with barber striped straws

Lego Building table–the kids were asked to build different legos cars for one of their games.  The kids also played a lego relay and lego hunt.  Pinata too!

Party Resources
happy birthday lego banner–borrowed from a friend
polkadot fabric green, red & black (sewed into tablecloths)–ikea (discounted)
LEGOS–our playroom & Lego store
green flag banner–made it from fabric scraps
paper square plates, forks and napkins–oriental trading
Lego fondants for cupcakes and cake–Eat Something Cute
Cupcakes and cake–Nibble
Lego cake pops (forgot to take a picture)–Entirely Sweet
Barber Striped Straws–ModernLola
children’s table and chairs–Smith Party Rental
garden stakes–home depot (spray painted)
crepe paper–party city
large red balloons–bargain balloons
glass bottles–recycled from other drinks

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