Lego Birthday Party

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Lego birthday party

This month on It's A Party, we are entertaining with LEGO to celebrate a special birthday. Check out the hand-crafted invitations, LEGO cake making, personalized place settings, and LEGO departing gifts. Come on and let's party….

Celebrating a birthday is one of the most joyous occasions of the year. It is as important as the first moment my child arrived into the world. The goal of the birthday party is to honor life and its passions. My 5-year-old son loves LEGO, simply stated.

THE INVITE

The invitations are from LEGO.com. The kit includes cards of different sizes and patterns that can be personalized with the stickers and a stenciled note.

Lego Invitation

THE CAKE

Remember how I said to think about your child's passions in life? Well, I did and ended up creating a cake around his favorite things - LEGO and Swimming. And here you have it…using two 9" round cakes, colored whipped cream, kit kat bars, jelly rings and of course, LEGO to build the rafts, ladder and lifeguard stand.

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THE TABLE SETTING

Regardless of the demands placed on parents to spend thousands of dollars on extravagant parties, an at-home birthday party is still the best and most memorable. Create personalized place settings with LEGO boards and tableware to complement.

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THE GOODY BAG

Use LEGO containers filled with an assortment of blocks for more building at home. We customized the containers with tags.

Goody Bag

WHAT TO DO WITH ALL THAT LEGO

I found this cap holder (Bed Bath and Beyond) to encase the constantly evolving lego creations.

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Happy Birthday and Happy Building!

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