This is how a Lego party goes down at our house. Both Hallie and Hunter had helped on decor and treats the week before but when they got off the bus and saw it all put together there was a lot of excitement. Hunter exclaimed, “This is the best party ever.” I love that my six year old is as enthusiastic about parties as I am.
When friends arrived they each colored a Lego mini figure. Not surprising all but one chose to make it look like Emmet or Wild Style from the Lego Movie.
We had a photoshoot with our Emmet photo board for each kid.
We also had each kid build a rubber band lego car. This took much longer than I expected but they were the perfect ages for the activity. We raced them and tried different sized rubber bands to see what changes it had. The thinnest rubber band gave the most favorable results!
This boy was on cloud nine. We took his favorite toy and mixed that with his favorite people and he was beyond happy. His friend asked if we could keep everything so he could have it for his birthday party in a couple months. Flattery from a six year old is priceless!
Lego Invites with printable
Lego photo board
Yellow Cups – draw faces with marker
Gift bags – White bags from Target (comes in pack of 8 for $4) with a yellow lego head cut out and “thanks” written on it.
Bags for lego candy – 1″ x 8″
Sparkler candle – Party City
Lego Jello Mold
Yellow tablecloth roll
Happy face balloons
Blue Legos hanging above table – blue poster board with foam adhesive behind circles
Red/white checked background – wrapping paper
Duplo Legos built around cake and candle