LEGO Party {Real Parties by Real Customers}

My son’s good friend Sasha was turning 7, and his uber-creative parents decided to throw him a LEGO party. I made the printables for them, and they pulled together an amazing event! This is the party table: Lego party table by Renee's Soirees And the party room. They punched out cupcake toppers and used them as a type of confetti. The swag from the chandelier is made up of cut plastic tablecloths. Clever, and more dramatic for a large room like this than streamers would have been.   Lego-party-room Here is the patio table, where the kids ate. I love that they made the table kid-height. It really made the kids feel like they were VIPs. Lego patio table by @ReneesSoirees They hung some of the 4-inch medallions (included in the collection) from the ceiling over the patio table. patio table at lego party This collection includes 2 banners, one pendant style like the one on the patio wall: Lego-pennant-banner And here is the square banner: Lego-sq-banner Here are the water wraps (which are customized with age): Lego water wraps by @ReneesSoirees And now for the really cool part… the food! These colored marshmallows were made by the hostess, Victoria. They were a HUGE hit… the kids cleaned out this whole jar in no time! colored marshmallows by @ReneesSoirees These adorable LEGO heads were made from marshmallows as well: Lego marshmallow heads by @ReneesSoirees Just cut mini marshmallows in half, and stick it on top of a large marshmallow. Dip them into yellow candy melts and draw the face on with a tube of black icing (food markers didn’t work as well, IMO). These LEGO cookies were just sugar cookies cut into rectangles, then topped with M&Ms and royal icing: Lego cookies at Lego party by @ReneesSoirees This crazy LEGO cake was made by a friend of the hosts… Lego-cake-2 The kids couldn’t stop looking at all aspects of the cake… Lego cake by @ReneesSoirees Activities at a LEGO party are easy! This birthday boy had an entertainment company lead the LEGO building, but you could just as easily throw a pile of LEGO on the table and let the kids go at it! Colin-building-Legos This LEGO game sign is included with the collection as well. The items in the jar are candy! Lego game printable by @ReneesSoirees I hope you enjoyed a glimpse into this LEGO party! Colin-&-Lego-table Here is the collection, available in my shop: Lego full collection by Renee's Soirees

{Party Partners}

LEGO-themed Printables – Renee’s Soirees

LEGO-themed Invitation – Renee’s Soirees

LEGO Candy – Amazon

LEGO-themed Entertainment – Bricks4Kidz 

Party Favors – LEGO.com

How to dye marshmallows – Instructions here

LEGO head on party table – Target or Amazon

PS You might also enjoy this LEGO party that a very creative event planner styled with this collection. 🙂

Special thanks to Victoria & Dwayne for letting us take part in this fantastic party!

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  1. Lauren says:

    Hello I’m trying to figure out how to order the Lego theme printables? Thank you!

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