My son loves to build things, and truly enjoys Lego's so we decided to make a Lego themed party.
I found these treat sacks on PaperNook's Etsy site. You can order from many different designs and pick the colors coordinate with your event. We filled the sacks with Lego shaped cookies, minifigures, brick and minifigure shaped hard candy and Lego block shaped sugar candy.
I found these block candies on Amazon. My son always buys them when we are at the beach from Candy Kitchen. I thought we would build a bit with them, but we also included them in the favor bags.
I spotted these invitations on SIMONE Made It's Etsy shop. She was great to work with and so quick to get them done. I was a bit late getting this party in the works, so I ended up emailing quite a few.
We used these molds to make ice cubes and also hard candies for the treat bags. You can purchase your own set on She's Crafty's Etsy shop.
I poured some building bricks into these glass vases I had from another party and had the kids guess how many bricks were inside. We also played Creationary and had some Lego Ninjago battles. We also played some pick up the Lego games with chopsticks.
I found these candles on Amazon and the number candle is from Target.
It was the beginning of the school year, so I took the easy way out and ordered cupcakes from Wegmans. Such a relief to just pick them up after making all of those cookies! I found the yellow cupcake wrappers at Michaels and simply dropped the cupcakes in. (The yellow wrappers are made by Wilton.) I was going to put some brick candy on top of each cupcake, but it was a whirlwind of a day and I forgot!
Oh, did I say cookies? Here they are!