As you all know by now, I LOVE planning and throwing parties. Putting together all the little details is really fun for me, and I love figuring out ways to make Annie’s requests come to life. I wish I could have a party every month – Mike is such a kill joy! My friend Jen loves throwing parties as much as I do, and we’re always bouncing ideas off each other. She’s currently planning her son Chase’s Lego-themed fifth birthday party and the two of us have come up with a bunch of great things for it. His party is going to be seriously awesome.

I enjoyed planning with Jen so much that I thought it would be fun for us to regularly put together “party boards” with ideas for different themes. This way I get to help plan parties, but without any of the costs or house cleaning! Mike will be thrilled.

Of course, we had to start with Chase’s Lego party.

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Food
1. Lego Block Pizza – Such an easy and clever idea.
2. Lego Block Sandwiches – I’ve made these for Annie twice this week, and she flips for them!
Other ideas: Lego cheese

Decor
3. Lego Cups – All you need for these are yellow Solo cups and a black marker. You can even let the kids draw their own faces and have a contest to pick the best one.
4. Lego Lantern – I almost can’t handle how perfect these lanterns are.
Other ideas: Cover shoe boxes with construction paper, then paste circles on top to mimic Lego blocks; Use this Lego Storage Head to hold ice, popcorn, etc. These candles are a must for the birthday cake!

Treats
5. Lego Krispies – I love things that require little effort but yield maximum results.
6. Lego Pops – THESE ARE AMAZING.
Other ideas: Put these candy blocks in dishes throughout the party.

Fun
7. DIY Lego Cookie Bar – Who doesn’t love an activity where you get to eat the finished results?
8. Pin the Head on the Lego Man – This mom included a free template. YAY!
Other ideas: Building contests – Who can build a certain shape the fastest? Who can build the best house? 

Favors
9. Lego Crayons – You can use these rad Lego brick and Minifig molds to make your own crayons (or use candy melts to make a sweet treat). Print out some free coloring sheets from The Lego Movie and put them in the goody bags.
10. Lego Favor Bags – A cute bag to send home with your party guests – and so easy to make yourself.
Other ideas: Check eBay and Craig’s list for minifigs

Annie has been asking for a Lego party for her next birthday (you know, nine months from now). I hope that theme sticks!

If you have a party theme request, leave it in the comments. Yaaaaay parties!