as creative and fun as a princess party could be. Tell me what you think? And see more of this party here!LEGO Mania Invitations Let’s start with the invitation. I wanted it to have a 3-dimensional feel, just like a LEGO block. The paper invite was packaged in a clear container. The idea behind this was to introduce a ‘block’ of some kind right from the start. And then, of course, we had to add 6 LEGO blocks inside since Neil was turning 6! These are available to order in my Etsy shop if you’re looking for some cool LEGO-inspired invitations! The kids’ tables were set with a simple, modern vision. My favorite items were the hand-made LEGO
plates that were made to resemble LEGO heads. These are available to purchase in my shop too!The ‘LEGO Mania’ snack/dessert table included LEGO block-shaped cheese sandwiches (so easy and a big hit!), layered push up pops, LEGO ninjago cookies made by Yummy Delicious Cookies, veggie/ranch cups, fruit skewers and ‘building fuel’ aka lemonade. And chocolate cake of course, Neil’s favorite!
The fabulous LEGO cake stand came from my 16 month old daughter’s room ;) The modern LEGO candles are available here… and they come in a 6 pack, can you believe that? The entire printable DIY package for LEGO-Mania is available in my Etsy shop soon as well.
Vanilla Push Up Pops These are all the rage in the party world right now. And rightly so. They are super fun to make and eat! All I did was mix up cake batter, divide into separate bowls with the right food coloring. Bake mini cupcakes, layer each color, use white frosting as glue and assemble in the push up pop container. The kids LOVED these! I got the little containers from Amazon too, they have the best price.
I hope you enjoy planning your own LEGO Mania party as much as I did. My little guy was very excited and all his little friends had a fab time… what more could a Mom/Party Planner ask for? Enjoy some of their pictures here below…
Neil enjoying his LEGO Mania birthday party!