Emily’s Lego Friends Birthday Party

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Planning this party was an interesting undertaking.  As my daughter has collected more and more Lego Friends sets, we thought it would be a great theme for our daughter who loves her Legos.  When I started planning, I quickly discovered that there is very little Lego Friends merchandise.  That’s when I had to get creative and start thinking outside the box.  Here’s how I pulled it all together!


The Welcome Sign
We welcomed our guests to ‘Heartlake City’.  You can get a customized sign here.
The Party Table





Now onto the details…

These are Kikkerland paper straws….and I love them.
Party Favors
I custom these earrings from real Legos.  They are 1×1 round plates that I hot glued to earring posts I found at the craft store.
These darling bottle cap necklaces were loved by the girls.  I created them from necklace sets I bought from BottleCapShack on Etsy.  You can find the images I created here.


Hair clips:
These were another crafting project.  I also bought these clips from a craft store and hot glued Lego flowers on them.  You can find them in my Etsy shop!


I found these in the Easter section at Walmart and the colors matched perfectly.
These were a huge hit for the girls.  You can find the printable file for these, here.
Pink Lemonade  and Key Lime cookies – I found  box mixes at the grocery store



Lego Bricks:
I bought a silicone Lego mold on Amazon.com for these and used Wilton candy melts which came in colors that were perfect for our party.
 Lego Rice Krispy Treats:
These are store bought Rice Krispy Treats with pastel M&M’s glued on with a bit of frosting.


 The CAKE!
I printed out the Friends logo on printer paper.  I placed it under a piece of wax paper, and used melted chocolates in a bag to pipe the word.  I let it harden up a little bit then applied it to the front of the cake.  We used real legos to “write” her name on the top of the cake.


Guess how many Legos are in the jar.
Lego builds:
Each of the girls were given a cello bag Lego Friends set to do at the party.
Lego Tower Race:
How big can you build a Lego tower in 1 minute???


Phew!  I think that’s everything!
I hope you enjoy seeing all the details that went into our amazingly fun day!

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4 thoughts on “Emily’s Lego Friends Birthday Party”

  1. Hi Mary!
    The cookies were made from box mixes I found in the baking aisle at the grocery store. The Rice Krispy treats were the individually wrapped pre-made type from the store. I “glued” pastel Easter m&m's on them with frosting.
    Happy party planning!

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