DIY decor for a Lego themed birthday party

DIY Lego Party Decor Ideas

DIY Lego Party Decor IdeasThere are just so many great DIY decor ideas for a Lego Birthday Party! A few of my favorites (and ones that I tried for Burke’s Lego Party)-

Lego filled balloons-Lego filled balloons- Easy and fabulous, all you need is a pack of clear balloons, a small handful of tiny Legos and some helium. Instant fun.

Lego birthday party decor ideas- Lego head paper lanterns-Lego head paper lanterns- A pack of yellow honeycomb lanterns, trimmed into Lego mini figure ‘heads’ is the perfect installment above a food table (or favor table! or treat table!).

lego party decor-Jars of Legos- The little guest of honor can help separate Legos by color to fill glass jars and vases to use as part of the decor. Both easy and free- win-win!

Lego birthday party- layered Legos in a gum ball machine as decor-Layered Legos- Same idea, but in a gum ball machine.

Lego birthday party- Lego cake topper made out of real Legos-Lego number cake topper- A custom “6” cake topper made out of, you guessed it, Legos!

Lego birthday party garland-Lego brick garlands- Just by snapping Lego bricks together around a length of ribbon, the easiest ever Lego garland comes together!

To sum up- if you have a pile of Legos, there are all sorts of DIY party decor ideas just waiting to be tried out!

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