A Lego Party Playdate

Since, being twins, Luke and Lila have always had joint birthday parties, they’ve never been able to have gender-specific themes. I decided it would be fun to let them have their own theme playdates this summer. Lila had her fairy tea a few weeks ago, and Luke had his Lego party/playdate today.

We mailed out little invitations (simple cards that [hopefully] looked like Lego blocks) …

Lego party

… and the boys arrived ready for some Lego fun. They colored some Lego printables (and I so wanted to make Lego-shaped crayons but was worried it would forever alter the flavor of my molds) …

Lego party printables
… played a game where they had to take turns adding to a Lego/Duplo tower until it toppled …

Lego party
… had some creative free-play Lego time …
Lego party
… and ate. I made small Lego-block sandwiches and served a red drink with Lego-shaped ice cubes.

Lego party
They also had pretzels, chips, and Lego-shaped candies to munch on, all served out of bowls made from Lego.

Lego party
Cupcakes completed the meal and they were topped with Lego chocolates made in my Lego mold.

Lego party

Luke loved having his friends over for some dedicated boy time … and I’ll always jump at the chance to plan a themed activity.

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I’m Randi, a wife and stay-at-home mom of five kids, ranging from preschool to high school. I love strong coffee, craft and DIY projects, my planner, my laptop, and my big ol’ family. When I’m not creating something for my blog, I can be found in the car, running kids from one place to another. I’m the one knitting at the red light.


  1. How creative! So many neat details. I saw your picture at Tatertots and Jello. Literally thought you topped cupcakes with the toys (which still is cute). But chocolate!? Adorable!

  2. Very cute…my son would be in heaven.

  3. SUPER cute! I love that you made your bowls out of legos for the chips, etc. Very creative!!


  4. Oh, how cute! My son had a lego bday party last year.

  5. What a fun idea! I love your lego sandwiches and how you served the other snacks in legos.

  6. Luke looks like he’s having so much fun.

  7. Oh he and Jacob should be the same age and neighbors!

  8. What I cute perfect boy party! Of course every detail was SUPER cute, you are amazing!

  9. I love the idea of giving them their own parties. Very thoughtful and fun!!

  10. Such cute ideas!

  11. Cooper LOVED the Lego Playdate! He told me all about it (the ice was most impressive to him). And yes, the invitations looked like Legos. :)

  12. What fun! I wish my boys were younger so I could have a Lego Party for them! :-)
    I’d love for you to add these to Cupcake Tuesday this week!

  13. Found you through Tater Tots… What a wonderful themed party! Lego is the best! I love all the ways you worked with the theme! So creative! Those sandwiches are totally fab!

  14. Those cupcakes are soo FUN! what a great idea! I’d love for you to link those up http://iheartnaptime.blogspot.com/

  15. Oh wow! this is such a great idea! I LOVE the lego mold! These are sooo cute!

    I’d love it if you joined my Friday link party this week at http://www.simplydesigning.blogspot.com


  16. What a fun party1 I love how you carried the theme all the way through to the cupcakes. off to check out your mold…

  17. I heard about this! What a great way to spend a hot summer day. You ought to publish some kind of manuel for the craft ‘challenged’ mothers out there … like me. :) {I’d buy a copy}

  18. It looks so cool :) I’m sure my kiddo would love that!

  19. Lots of great theme items going on.
    Great party!

  20. What a cool party with many SMART ideas! I have three boys and just love this theme.

  21. What a great party! Just wanted to let you know I’ll be featuring it on Tot Tuesdays tomorrow :)

  22. the lego mold chocolates on the cupcakes are amazing!

  23. Simply awesome!

  24. Great Lego ideas! My sister wants one of those molds now!

  25. Just happened upon this, it’s all so totally cute! Thanks for the great ideas!

  26. How did you make the Lego sandwiches?

  27. How did you make the Lego sandwiches?

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