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How to Throw an Incredible DIY LEGO Party

Steal these tips to throw your kid an amazing LEGO-themed birthday party.


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Steal these tips from professional NJ party planners to throw your kid an amazing LEGO-themed birthday party on a budget. 

(1) Maplewood-based party planner Laura Himmelein from Party Cake Party Cake started with stackable LEGO containers from the local toy store to make the treat table centerpiece. To keep the primary-color theme going, wrap juice boxes in construction paper and fill clear vases with gumballs. 

(2) Make kids a custom LEGO T-shirt to take home: Download our free printable njfamily.com/legoshirt and follow the stencil directions.  

(3) Hide zip top bags full of LEGOs around the party space and challenge guests to find them. Each bag includes materials to build a car to take home. Inexpensive plastic plates (in party colors) mean LEGOs stay in place during construction.

(4) Top store-bought yellow cupcakes with chocolate LEGO candies, made by melting red and blue chocolate wafers into LEGO molds bought on Amazon.

(5) Transform glass baby food jars into candy-filled parting gifts: Paint them yellow, add a thank you tag and use a Sharpie to pen the iconic LEGO face.

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