Birthday in LEGO style

Assem­bling Lego blocks is a pop­u­lar chil­dren’s enter­tain­ment. This game devel­ops fine motor skills and cre­ative think­ing. It’s no sur­prise that many boys con­vince their par­ents to give them a LEGO themed birth­day par­ty.

Such a par­ty can be orga­nized for boys from the age of 4 years, includ­ing teenagers.

In order for a Nin­ja­go-style par­ty to suc­ceed, you need to decide on the sce­nario, cos­tume and design of the room where the meet­ing will take place.

Room decoration options

The dec­o­ra­tion of the room must nec­es­sar­i­ly cor­re­spond to the theme of the cel­e­bra­tion. To dec­o­rate it, use ordi­nary paper pom-poms. Choose col­ors that are typ­i­cal for design­er parts. Com­bine red and yel­low, blue and green, com­ple­ment them with oth­er shades. A riot of col­ors is what you need for a Lego par­ty.

Use bal­loons with cute faces drawn on them in the decor of the room.

Chil­dren’s birth­day in the spir­it of Lego needs to be made col­or­ful and col­or­ful.

Gar­lands will help to give the room a fes­tive look. Make them in the form of design parts. Form rec­tan­gu­lar ele­ments out of paper and glue small cir­cles to them with dou­ble-sided tape. Scotch tape will make them more volu­mi­nous.

Unusu­al­ly look stretch marks in the form of lego men.

You can also dec­o­rate the hall with vol­u­met­ric let­ters in com­bi­na­tion with num­bers. They are even made direct­ly from the details of the design­er. Ordi­nary card­board or foam plas­tic fig­ures, dec­o­rat­ed with design ele­ments, are also suit­able.

Choosing costumes

Usu­al­ly Lego par­ties are arranged for birth­day boys, so there will be no dif­fi­cul­ties with the selec­tion of cos­tumes. There is no need to look for beau­ti­ful dress­es and match­ing shoes. The boy can also be dressed up in a reg­u­lar Lego T‑shirt. Or order an out­fit with the name of the birth­day boy.

If the hero of the occa­sion wants to stand out from the back­ground of friends invit­ed to his hol­i­day, make him a paper crown in the spir­it of Lego.

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Guests are not required to fol­low a strict dress code. It is enough to choose clothes in the col­ors asso­ci­at­ed with the LEGO con­struc­tor.


Since the ele­ments of the Lego con­struc­tor have the shape of a square or rec­tan­gle, it is not easy to invent some kind of orig­i­nal con­fig­u­ra­tion for invi­ta­tions. Stop for clas­sic rec­tan­gu­lar cards that match the style of the cel­e­bra­tion.

Diver­si­fy your invi­ta­tions by mak­ing them open­able or dec­o­rat­ing them with three-dimen­sion­al images. When design­ing cards, try to be cre­ative.

Holiday menu

Pay spe­cial atten­tion to the decor of the fes­tive table. Try to find col­ored dis­pos­able table­ware, because clas­sic white looks too bor­ing. Com­plete the serv­ing with mul­ti-col­ored nap­kins to make the table orig­i­nal and bright.

Cre­ative­ly serve cut­lery with the help of the con­struc­tor, make con­tain­ers for forks with spoons on its basis. The hero of the occa­sion him­self can cope with this task. Let him con­tribute to the prepa­ra­tion for the hol­i­day.

Dish­es should be served themed. For exam­ple, sand­wich­es with smoked sausage, the con­fig­u­ra­tion of which is sim­i­lar to the details of the design­er, the guests will def­i­nite­ly want to taste them.

Dec­o­rate pop­corn box­es in accor­dance with the same prin­ci­ple by which you cre­at­ed stream­ers — paste over with cir­cles on adhe­sive tape. Lol­lipops also require unusu­al serv­ing. There will be no prob­lems with their design, just use your imag­i­na­tion.

Use bright col­ors to dec­o­rate oth­er sets, includ­ing cup­cakes. For dec­o­ra­tion, use design­er parts made of mas­tic.

The menu also includes gin­ger­bread, orig­i­nal­ly paint­ed with icing.

Not every­one can han­dle paint­ing, there is a sim­pler solu­tion, for exam­ple, hand-baked cook­ies dec­o­rat­ed with col­ored dragees. This decor will make it look like Lego.

Make sure that mac­a­roons are com­bined with oth­er treats on the set table — mar­malade, marsh­mal­lows, jel­ly.

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Try to dec­o­rate pack­ages with fruit juices in an unusu­al way — you can do this with the help of themed stick­ers.

Make sure that at the chil­dren’s birth­day, in addi­tion to juices, there is also plain water. Buy sev­er­al small bot­tles or one large con­tain­er, dec­o­rat­ing them with bright labels. Do not for­get to arrange straws for drinks.

The main dec­o­ra­tion of the set table will be the cake. It is best to order it in a pas­try shop. Take note of a few design ideas.

If desired, the cake can be baked on your own. Details from mas­tic, rem­i­nis­cent of the design­er, will give it an orig­i­nal look.


Plan a Lego-themed birth­day sce­nario ahead of time so the kids don’t get bored. Since most­ly boys are invit­ed to such cel­e­bra­tions, appro­pri­ate con­tests should be cho­sen. But you can always find uni­ver­sal solu­tions that will suit both boys and girls.

Con­sid­er a few inter­est­ing options:

    1. lego tubes;
    1. blind­fold games;
    1. mini golf;
    1. com­pe­ti­tion for accu­ra­cy;
    1. con­struc­tion and destruc­tion of pyra­mids;
    1. trea­sure hunt;
    1. piña­ta;
    1. tor con­struc­tion;
    1. lego maze.

Kids will love the fun with Lego tubes. Each guest receives a plate with sev­er­al ele­ments of the design­er and a glass. The pur­pose of the com­pe­ti­tion is to col­lect parts in a glass by suck­ing them with a straw. We advise you to choose small and light parts for this fun.

One of the most pop­u­lar enter­tain­ment is blind­fold games. Style them with a Lego theme. You can, for exam­ple, attach cir­cles to struc­tur­al parts.

AT mini golf the par­tic­i­pants of the game are tasked with get­ting into the hole made of Lego-con­struc­tor ele­ments.

To spend accu­ra­cy con­test, you will need plates with spare parts of the design­er. Chil­dren will try to throw the fig­urines in the con­tain­er.

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You can also deter­mine the win­ner in the com­pe­ti­tion for accu­ra­cy by throw­ing rings. Usu­al­ly the rings are thrown on the tur­rets of Lego bricks. Each par­tic­i­pant can be giv­en 5 rings; Who­ev­er throws the most will win.

Also the kids love it build and destroy pyra­mids. The guests of the hol­i­day are divid­ed into 2 teams and build a struc­ture from dis­pos­able glass­es, and then destroy it with a soc­cer ball. In this game, the empha­sis is on the speed of exe­cu­tion and the height of the erect­ed pyra­mid.

To enter­tain chil­dren at the hol­i­day, you can offer them draw­ing Lego fig­ures.

Anoth­er inter­est­ing fun - trea­sure search. Fill the buck­ets with sand and hide the con­struc­tion parts in them. Set the task for the lit­tle guests to find the max­i­mum num­ber of ele­ments in the allot­ted time peri­od.

The final point of the cel­e­bra­tion may be the break­ing of the piña­ta. It is easy to make from a reg­u­lar card­board box.

It is a good idea to invite chil­dren to “try out” the pro­fes­sion of a builder-archi­tect. Let the kids take part in a com­pe­ti­tion to build the tallest tor out of Lego bricks. Who­ev­er does the best will win. Pre­pare the design­er and music in advance. As soon as the musi­cal com­po­si­tion ends, you can mea­sure the tors and deter­mine the win­ner.

Most kids will love the Lego maze game. Each play­er must take it in turn to over­come the maze with the help of a Lego toy man. Who­ev­er does it the fastest wins.

Don’t for­get about the gifts for the win­ners of the con­tests. It is best to choose set prizes, chil­dren will def­i­nite­ly like them.

Lego-themed is a great option for a chil­dren’s birth­day. Both teenagers and kids like to play in the design­er, and the decor of the room in this style will be bright and unusu­al.