Most of us grew up playing with LEGO and it’s wonderful to see that it is just as loved by our little one’s too! This theme has become quite popular lately which is great for us mum’s as it is not only fun but also very easy to decorate and put together.
You can easily use your child’s own lego collection to put together decorations and centrepieces for this party theme as well as fun activity stations for all the kids to play lego during the party. Given that lego pieces really are just made up of rectangles and circles it also makes it easy to make your own lego inspired decorations and blocks for this party as well!
However I know that you don’t always have the time to make everything for the party yourself or perhaps you might not enjoy making certain things. So in this post I’ve included some Lego items you can purchase to help theme this party and then of course reuse after the party as well.
You can go for any bright colour scheme with this party although red, yellow and blue seem to be the most popular combination however it’s really up to you – as long as you can get lego pieces in your chosen colours so it’s easy to decorate. Polka-Dots is the most classic pattern to style this theme so I’ve included lots of spotty inspiration in this post.
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The best printables available for this theme have to be these ones from Anders Ruff. There is a huge range of printables available such as colouring in sheets and party signs! It’s bright, colourful and modern!
Also loving this bright collection:
Or these other fantastic options:
A cute idea for a DIY invitation!
These simple square lanterns would work well as lego block hanging decorations:
This unique checkered tablecloth could work well into a lego theme:
Or choose from a range of other table items to match your printable colours:
Dress up the drinks with these cute lego ice cubes!
Create decorations for your cakes or treats with this mould:
Round and simple lollies can brighten up a Lego themed sweet table:
Make cubed cupcakes using these moulds:
Cute cupcake toppers for this theme:
Love these lego candles! Can’t get more perfect than this for a lego theme:
Or these colourful candles could also work into this fun theme:
A bright cake stand for your Lego theme will add a strong burst of colour to the table:
There is lots of inspiration on the internet for lego inspired cake pops, cupcakes and cakes so make sure you have a look around for some wonderful ideas!
Special Themed Items
These items are great to be used as decoration or props but are sure to be well used and loved after the party too:
These turntables are fantastic for a lego activity/play station at the party filled with different lego pieces:
Take Home Gifts
The perfect take home gift for this theme is of course Lego itself! You could either buy the lego kits, or buy a large kit of lego blocks and divide them up amongst party bags. However here are a few other novel options:
Use yellow party bags to create Lego faces on them for your take home packaging:
These cute boxes are great favour boxes if used to look like building blocks:
Carry on the polka dot theme with these fun boxes which would be great to fill with candy or colourful lego blocks!
Some printable options to create your own favour boxes:
You can’t find a better Lego party or more inspiration than in this amazing Lego birthday party by Anders Ruff
Another fantastic Lego party & table on the Modern Moments Design website
Some fantastic ideas in this yellow & grey Lego party from Design Dump
Love the green bubblewrap in this lego party featured on the Candy Soirees blog
A simple and cute Lego party in yellow and green featured on Kara’s Party Ideas
Hopefully this post has given you some inspiration to start planning your Lego theme party – a party all the kids will delight in I am sure, as long as there is lego to play with!