I made the banner by printing out the letters using a Lego font. I outlined the letters in yellow marker and then cut them out. I put the letters on triangles, added ribbon and that's it. Super easy and inexpensive. I got the printout for the Lego guy here.
I put bubble wrap on top of green paper to make it look like a giant Lego board. I got the idea here, I modified it by using green paper instead of spray paint.
Cute little candy boxes made of Legos.
I bought a package of primary color card stock at Michael's. It was pre-cut rectangles that were the perfect size. I punched 1 1/4 inch circles with my circle punch and stuck them to the card stock using pop-dots. I made a bunch of these paper Legos and put them up on the wall as decoration. It looked really cute and it was super easy (and cheap) to make. I got that idea here.
A Lego cake.
Complete with white chocolate Lego bricks and little chocolate Lego men. I used a mold for those.
I'm not going to lie, the cake was a bit of a pain to make. I just made a 9x13 cake, cut it into the sizes I wanted for the Lego blocks. The tops are marshmallows cut in half.
Benjamin wanted a #4 candle AND four candles.
Enjoying his Lego cake!
The paper Legos looked really cute.
One of his gifts was a Lego recycling truck.
He loves it.
One happy birthday boy!
I'm keeping all this Lego stuff. I really hope that one of the boys wants a Lego party again because it was so easy. I have a dozen other ideas that I would love to do with a future Lego party. We had a small party at our house so I didn't really have the opportunity to go as Lego crazy as I would have liked. The possibilities are endless! Such a fun theme for such a fun boy!