Lego Kid’s Party

Lego Kid’s Party

Here are some ideas for hosting a Lego Party

I have a friend who is wildly creative and loves colour, crafts and holding really fun themed parties for her children. I am sharing her ideas with you for inspiration to create an exciting lego party for your child.

There is no end to the fantastic fun you can have with a Lego party! It’s suitable for both girls and boys too and given Lego has been around for almost a hundred years, there’s little doubt you’ll have any of your children’s friends arrive and not instantly be engaged with some of the activities here.  Let’s remember that Lego was derived from the Danish phrase leg godt which means to “play well”.

The other great advantage with this party theme, is that if the weather decides to change; there’s plenty of activities kids can enjoy indoors too.


Buy Lego cake mould – you can DIY ice, your own soap, gummies, cakes, crayons etc.

Check Pinterest for ideas on how to DIY these.

Colour theme:

Blue, Red and Yellow


Lego candy and jellies, Lego minifigures cake, Lego brick jelly (buy moulds online), Lego mini figures can hold candles on cake.


Make Lego platters and cake stands for the food, Lego font for posters/invites/Happy Birthday bunting or see some decoration ideas here.


  • Freeze a Lego minifigure or brick in water. Give the kids mini wooden tools to chip them out and free them from the ice.
  • Lego Relay
  • Six brick challenge – what can you make with 6 x bricks
  • Lego movies – Lego movie 1, 2, Lego Batman, Lego Ninjago movie etc
  • Lego head piñata; try this 20 minute one here.
  • Where’s My Pants pin the pants on the Lego dude (similar to pin the tail on the donkey).
  • Lego spoon race/relay
  • Lego colouring pages. You can melt down old wax crayon and fill Lego brick or minifigure moulds.

Party Gifts:

Lego minifigures, Lego brick candy, home-made lego soap.

Have fun with it and enjoy!

Amorette Zielinski

Amorette is a Mum of two boys who often keep her flying by the seat of her pants and a wife to a man who is so much fun to share life with; never dull! Friends often call her a ‘connector’ because she loves putting like minded people together curating experiences for them.

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