Remember the cute Lego birthday party invite I wrote about a while back? No, check it out here. I am finally getting around to posting about the amazing Lego Party my friend Genevieve threw for her son.
I will give Genevieve huge props–this is not usually her ‘thing’. In fact, in the past she may have even told me that mamas were going overboard with kids parties. Her son was so keen to have a Lego party that with a bit of help for her sister in law and Pinterest she did a great job.
Read on to see all the cute details….
The party was at a local school that rents out their gym and a classroom. All photos were taken there, so not all cutesy and posed. This is a real party with real kids and real fun.
The party started in the gym. There were lots of great stations set up. The parachute was fun for all, including Bug and Genevieve!
The kids were divided into two teams for a relay race, similar to an egg and spoon race. It was a brick and spoon race. The kids each reached into a paper bag and pulled out a coloured Lego brick which either put them on the blue or red team. They were lined up at one end if the gym and had to run with the Lego brick in a large spoon to the other end, drop it into a bowl and run back. The next round had them doing it all walking backwards!
Lunch time! Genevieve made this great veggie platter (featured here). Each child had a cute Lego head plate (as above) at their place setting as well as a bag for popcorn.
The cupcakes were done by the same friend who made Bug’s Monster Truck cake.
Check out the cute little marshmallow fondant bricks-so cute!
The birthday boy had made up these easy goodie bags. Genevieve printed up images of Lego bricks found online. They cut and glued them onto paper bags. The bags were handed out and off to the gym for piñata time!
Check out the great Lego piñata Genevieve made!
Bug whacking away at the piñata which proved to be a tough one to crack open! But once it was open the kids all dove into fill their goodie bags up. Genevieve popped a Mystery MiniFig into each bag to top them up.
Bug and I had such fun wishing his good friend a happy 6th birthday.
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