You gave up on that ages ago.
But the thought of your baby’s LEGO birthday party, the first birthday party you’ve been planning since the day you peed on that stick, makes every poopy butt a little easier to wipe clean.
LEGO Birthday Party Food:
We came up with:
- Graham cracker LEGO blocks
- Marshmallow treat LEGO blocks
- Ants on a log
- French bread pizza LEGO blocks
- LEGO head pudding
- LEGO brick cakes (I used a LEGO brick mold.)
- LEGO head juices
- LEGO brick juice boxes
- Waters wrapped in LEGO colors
Party tip: There will be another post showing you how to make each of LEGO themed foods listed above. I’ve already taken the pictures for the post, and I even have a few short video tutorials to include. It’s all pretty easy to make, promise. If you aren’t a regular ’round these parts and can’t find the tutorials, leave a comment asking for them and I will get you the link.
LEGO Birthday Party Decorations:
Party tip: To make LEGO brick cake plates/risers… wrap an empty box in a solid color and glue foam circles to the front side of the block. No fancy tools required.
LEGO Birthday Party Favors:
And I make no promises that your oldest child won’t hoard the giant number months after the birthday party is over. Not that my Michael would display the oversized 1 on his toy chest and shut the door to his room so his brother can’t accidentally knock it over…
Party tip: Just like with the LEGO food, I have another post dedicated to the LEGO party favors pictured above. Not only have I taken the pictures, if all goes well, I should have a few short tutorial videos. Yanno… for extra charm.
Party things I wish I would have known about while planning Maverick’s party: