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A few months ago Eli was browsing CMP for ideas and he decided he'd just love a lego party.
Thrilled with the idea I set to work - most of the party details you see came from the CMP website and Pintrest - Thank you so much to everyone who has thrown a lego party for all your great ideas.
Apart from the hairclips which were from ebay and the tshirt which I had printed locally everything else was DIY.
I think most suppliers etc have been covered by others but if you'd like to know any details please contact me through www.facebook.com/sweetsugarsixpence
Eli and his friends (and the Dads!) had a great time and being told it's the 'best party ever' makes all the hard work worth it!
Thanks for looking x
the same it is for everyone I expect - being told by the Birthday Boy it was the 'Best Party Ever!!!' <3
the Dads getting stuck into the lego, I think they had just as much fun as the kids!
Birthday Boy Eli in his custom made 'Mad Scientist Minifig' shirt.
What People Ate
Home made pizza, corn on the cob, blue tongue jelly and icecream, m&ms
What People Drank
Lemonade, orange juice
Activities / Games
Lego Bingo and lots of building!
Not huge, we spent a lot on a huge box of Lego from ebay so there'd be lots to play with and use for decor but obviously this will be used again for years. Everything was DIY apart from the hairclips and tshirt which kept the cost down - I had to buy the silicone for the mold to make the chocolate, crayons and cake decs but it was still cheaper than buying them (and more fun!) All the printables were free downloads from the Lego website or I created them myself in illustrator. The lego Bingo was a free download from here http://www.livinglocurto.com/2010/07/free-printable-lego-bingo-game/ All the tablewear was plain colours which is a great way of keeping costs down - and obviously fits in with the theme!
Lego minifigs, Lego keyring/hairclips, Lego crayons & colouring sheet, Lego chocolate, Minifig head mallow pop all in a blue paper bag decorated to look like a Lego brick.