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Getting Started: Planning Your Lego Movie Birthday Party!
Do you have THAT song stuck in your head from the Lego Movie?
It seems like overnight our house went from singing Frozen's "Let it Go" and "Do You Want To Build a Snowman?" to "Everything is Awesome!!!!"
That song loves to stay in your head and implant deep into your brain. So does the fact that my son is already planning for a summer Lego Movie birthday party. So today I'm collecting birthday party ideas and sharing them with you. In fact, we came up with 25+ great resources for you as you plan your own Lego Movie Themed Party.
Whether you want a DIY yourself route or a pay and print option, activities that you create or activities that someone else can do for you our Lego Movie inspired ideas are sure to make your party the talk of the town. Start scrolling for great ideas!
If you're looking for other birthday parties we've thrown over the years, head to our collection of birthay party ideas.
To get party goers coming, you need to start with some great invitations!
Birthday party invitations are a fun and creative way to set the tone for your child's special day. Here's an example of a possible description:
"Join us for a block-tastic birthday party as we celebrate [child's name] turning [age]! Everything will be awesome with our Lego Movie-inspired party theme. You are invited to build, play, and party with us at [location] on [date and time]. Don't forget to wear your best Lego-inspired outfit and bring your creativity for an afternoon of fun and games. RSVP by [RSVP date] to let us know you'll be joining us on this brick-tacular adventure!"
When designing your invitations, you can use colorful Lego themed graphics, including images of your child's favorite characters from the movie, such as Emmet, Wyldstyle, or Batman. You can also include Lego-style fonts and wording to make the invitations even more fun and creative.
Here are some fun ideas we found:
If you plan on showing the movie at your party, you might want to start with some movie ticket invitations. Jenn of Rook No. 17. She shows you how to print and personalize them for free!
There are also these cute invitations featuring Kitty and Lucy. We found these on Etsy!
3. Another great idea for invitations that can be personalized for you are these fun invitations from EK Web Designs. I love that you just send them your information and they print them for you!
Lego Movie Printables like these ones from Truly Marvelous will give you an easy and personalized birthay party. You get a birthday banner, cupcake circles, water bottle labels, treat bag toppers and a welcome sign for guests!
The great thing about hosting a Lego Movie birthday party is that it has so many different elements that you could use for your own party. You could go with a Lego City theme, a construction theme, a police theme, Ninjago, or Wild Child Lucy! Whatever direction you decide to take your party, we've got you covered!
This Lego Construction Party from Kara's Party Ideas is completely over the top INSANELY filled with party ideas, over half of which I may never, ever use because of the time she put in that I just don't have. But it is great eye candy and you can take a few of those elements and bring them into your own party!
6. Going with a Lego police themed party? While only a picture, we loved that Emily of Coastal Inspiration gave us a glimpse of her simple to set up Lego police party. I loved that she really tried to use gifts and items from around the house as inspiration!
Next up is a party for Ninjago lovers! We found some great Ninjago party ideas from Catch my Party. The decorations are also over the top outrageous but we think that you can find some that you like and can interpret to fit your budget and your time. I'm loving the backdrops!
Guests get hungry. Let's make sure you keep them fed and happy with lot's of easy and simple foods!
Lego brick brownies are about as simple and easy as it gets to make party treats. Mindy of Rindy Mae shows you how beautiful these brownies fit into her Lego Party decor. You can easily frost these brownies in colored white frosting and top with M&M's.
How about some Lego pizza? All you need to do is purchase pizza crust mix (or you can use our two ingredient pizza crust mix) and roll it into a rectangle shape to fit a large baking sheet. Than top it with spaghetti sauce, cheese and pepperoni. Bake it and cut it into shapes with six pieces of pepperoni per slice for a rectangle, two pieces of pepperoni and four for a square. The pizzas below are from Take Me To Your Latte!
If that is too time consuming, how about these easy Lego cheese and crackers from Kiwi at Heart? She takes rectangule wheat crackers then tops them with a flat piece of cheese. To finish she cuts small pieces of mozzarella cheese sticks to fit on top.
If your birthday child loved Wild Child Lucy why not serve food that Lucy would love? Erin of Movie Muse shows you how to use chocolate snack cakes to make the perfect chocolate sushi. Just don't forget to serve some "fishy" sushi at your party too!
If you are looking for another great Lego inspired party food, try some Lego sandwiches! Just follow the instructions from The Mauve Dinosaur.
Let's spell it out! This Lego fruit tray from On Polkadot Lane is absolutely adorable and will look great next to your cheese and crackers or sandwiches!
Let's not forget Cuckoo World! You will definetely want to include some rainbow foods! They are "so cute" as Unicorn Kitty would say! Cute Food for Kids has rounded up 51 different rainbow food ideas to choose from. We also have some five ingredient rainbow donuts you can make or a pretty and colorful spring pasta salad.
After the guests are wowed by the decorations and food, I'm pretty sure you will have to find some easy ways to keep them busy!
How about a game of Sensei says? Foam swords, ninja belts and listening ears are required to play the game.
How about becoming a master builder and star just like Wild Child Lucy with this Ninjago Birthday party inspired obstacle course. It's a great activity idea by Craft Interrupted. We are loving the paper star throwers and the web obstacle course!
We couldn't help but give some love out to Bad Cop after seeing this incredible Lego Police birthday themed party. Handcuffed donut eating contests and obstacle races? Too fun! Head to Boo Turtle to see more.
Pinatas are a birthday party must have, right? You can create and make your own Lego themed pinata with the simple instructions provided by Jonesing to Create.
Not for the faint of heart, become your own builder and make or rent your own fun creative ides! Rent giant Legos from Yard Party. Or make your own by covering boxes in paper and put some dots on them to resemble Legos and let the kids build away! There are even rental places where you can have buckets and buckets of Legos delivered, racetracks or create your own themed party!
You could also try a crazy, mixed up backwards birthday theme from Daily Gnome. There were no expenses spared and no details overlooked in this simple to throw party. We loved their rainbow ice cream cupcakes--we bet Unicorn Kitty would love them too!
What about having an actual Ninjago at your party? You could ask local studios to come in or see if a student might be willing to come and do a demonstration for your partygoers?
The guests are leaving. Send them home with something special to remember your son or daughters big day and to keep them talking long after the party ends!
How about sending partygoers home with some DIY tool boxes from Kara's Party Ideas are great to send your master builders home with. Fill them with popcorn like she did, candy, or other fun party favors.
Put those old baby food jars to use by painting the jars yellow. Use some markers to draw Emmett's face on them and you've got a simple and easy party favor to give to your guests as they leave. These Lego Party Jars from Obseussed are filled with Lego brick candy, but you could fill them with anything. You could also fill it with colored M&M's.
For younger guests, consider crayons and a Lego Movie coloring sheet for party favors.
'Following the instructions' was a huge element of the Lego Movie. Send your party goers home with these fun party favor bags to build your own Lego Movie character. Daneve of Hostess with the Mostess shows you how.
How about sending guests home with some Lego shaped soaps or Lego shaped chocolates? You can easily purchase the molds and a soap making kit to make them. You can also purchase melting chocolate to make the Lego chocolate molds.
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We found these amazing Karate Headbands by eHow and Lego Movie Party Games and Ideas from Pam's Parties and Practical Tips. We even have a whole list of Minecraft Birthday party ideas or a fun DIY Treasure hunt dig that might fit in well to your Lego Movie Birthday party!