Choose a LEGO Theme for your Child's Next Birthday Party
August 07, 2013
LEGOs have been around for decades now, but they are still popular with kids. For your child’s next birthday party, throw a gender neutral LEGO birthday party! Here are some tips on how to throw a LEGO birthday party:
Invite all of your child’s friends to the birthday party with fun LEGO building blocks invitations! The kids will sure love the fact that there are LEGOs on the invitation and will get excited about the party.
Decide whether or not you want to hold your party somewhere, such as the local movie theater, roller rink, arcade, etc., or if you would prefer to host the party in your home. Decorate the party space with LEGO city decorations that the kids will love! Welcome the guests, including the guest of honor with a LEGO city birthday banner! They will feel special knowing there is a banner just for them.
Whether you are hosting the party at your own home or at a public place, you are still going to need some decorations to make the event extra special. Hang LEGO swirls from the ceiling, or place LEGO scene setters on the walls of the party space.
If you are having the party at your own home, a LEGO City decorating kit provides everything you need to decorate with for a fun LEGO themed party. The decorating kit includes table centerpieces, and giant confetti pieces that the kids will enjoy playing with, along with other decorations.
When it’s time for lunch, have the kids sit around a table covered in LEGO table covers to correlate with the LEGO theme. Serve kid-friendly finger foods, such as pizza or sandwiches, along with fruits and vegetables. For a fun dessert, other than the birthday cake, of course, you can make colored rice Krispy treats into little LEGO squares. Place colored M&Ms on top to make them look like LEGOs. Serve the snacks on LEGO city plates with matching napkins and cups.
Every child’s birthday party needs goodie bags! Stick fun little toys and treats in LEGO goodie bags that the kids can play with later at home.