Do you have a little girl who loves to build with Legos? If so then check out this darling and girly Lego Elves Party submitted and styled by Heather Nawolski out of Green Bay, WI, USA!
Girl Themed Lego Elves Party
And since this particular Lego party is centered around a little girl, it not only has legos, but is filled with ribbons, tassels, bunting and florals; things any girl would love! Trust me, you will simply adore it and will surely be able to build upon the ideas + details featured in it to come up with your own Lego themed event.
Some of my favorite party ideas and elements from this girly Lego Party include:
- Lego pops
- Lego flowers placed in with real flower floral arrangements
- A cute and fun girly themed Lego cake
- Silver mason jar floral arrangements wrapped with ribbon
- Lego backdrop made from paper plates
- Birthday party timeline + photo board
- Lego stationery + printables
- Lego centerpieces
- Lego favor sacks
- and MORE!
Photography – Jenn Koss Hansen Photography
Paper party package – I’d Rather Doodle
Cake and cupcake fondant – Sugar and Stripes
Legos to make purple and pink flowers (must know numbers of Lego) – Bricklink
Georgia’s ( birthday girl) shirt – JS Embroidery
Mom’s shirt – Red Bubble
Lego earrings – Gr0glmann
Lego Pops – Chocolate Bisou
Lego necklace party favors – Jaynes Art
Plastic plates, tablecloths, colored M&Ms, party favor bags and tissue paper – Party City
Card stock, “mossy” background, ribbon, fabric for tablecloth – JoAnn’s
Bulk floral – Costco
Girl Themed Lego Party Details:
This is what Heather said about planning/styling the party- “My daughter Georgia joined a Lego club at school last year and that really sparked her interest and engagement with Legos. She loved the Lego Elves line. I can’t say Im surprised the magical and mystical theme, with its fun and vibrant colors became the inspiration for her 8th birthday party. Her many Lego creations, the colors pink, purple and turquoise were prominent… and there were LOTS of flowers.
I’d Rather Doodle customized this party package for our needs. We loved the banners and water bottle wraps and used them many different ways (milk bottles and around silver mason jars adorned with ribbons). We also used the digital paper to help with our Birthday Party timeline. I used a large picture and covered it in a hot pink tablecloth and then added a photo mounted on card stock from each birthday party. It was one of my favorite party elements and didn’t cost very much to make!
Georgia was a huge help for this party. We ordered extra Legos online to make pink and purple Lego flowers for our real floral arrangements with flowers ordered from Costco.com. She also helped me cut the plastic tablecloths to assemble our gorgeous wall treatment simulated to look like Legos. This was inexpensive and a true highlight. We found the plastic plates and poster putty helped the plates to stay on the tablecloth. Double sided tape was used to hold the colored plastic tablecloth to our white backdrop tablecloth for ease in hanging.
We placed her Lego kits throughout the party space and used our food tent cards to share the names of the kits with friends (who some pointed out they also had built). We worked hard to create an environment around each Lego set. We used glass blue and white pebbles/ marbles to create a water effect around her Elves ship. And we used mossy grass mounted on paper backing to create a woodland feel.
The cake and cupcake toppers by Sugar and Stripes were exceptional! Using sketched images from the Elves themed line, they designed and incorporated my suggestions in to our theme. Georgias favorite was the pink Lego brick with Lego like flowers, to the “leaves” of Lego trees. Our guests immediately recognized them for what they were. They make it so easy to take their products and elevate a store bought cake/cupcakes with minimal effort. We also had chocolate Lego pops placed in glass containers with colored M&Ms. They color matched them to our party and they tasted delicious. They were taken home by our guests.
Georgia and I really got in to the theme with Lego shirts and custom Lego earrings. She loves that she can build them out how she prefers and I loved their affordability.
Georgia helped make the party favor bags using a circle punch and mounting tape squares to give them dimension. I used the PARTY dishes to highlight her extra Legos along with some chalkboard tin containers to emphasize our Let’s Build theme.
We had a Guess How Many Legos? game and a Build On game where each guest was given 5 legos to “build on” what the other guest created. Our final game included a 1 minute contest to see who could build the tallest tower for a prize.
The girls each received a Lego necklace to make and wear at the party. Everyone had a blast building, partying and admiring all of Georgia’s hard work.”
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