Selected as Party of the Day on August 15th!

Lego Party

Jo K By Jo K  in Birthday


Party Recap


Party Highlights

  • Best Moment

    Cutting the cake

  • Funniest Moment

    Taking off the lego man's head...the kids thought it was hilarious!

  • Best Dressed

    Jack...the birthday boy wore a lego minifigure shirt from BigW

  • Party Favors

    Loot bags contained lego minifigure crayons, a lego colouring and activity book, lego brick rubber, lego stickers, a lolly pop and bag of fairy floss

  • Activities / Games

    Lego Relay Race Lego Toss Pin the missing brick How many lego in the jar Lego scavenger hunt Jumping castle

  • Budget


  • What People Ate

    Lego brick cake pops Rainbow cake push pops Lolly pops Lego brick biscuits Marshmallow lego heads m&m's Fruit skewers (colour coded of course!) Cherios

  • What People Drank

    Personalised water bottles for the kids Tea & Coffee for the parents

  • The Lego Cake

    This was a big challenge as the cake was so tall, and thin - but he looked fantastic!



  • Brittiney C

    Brittiney C wrote:

    did you make these? if so how? they are super cute!

  • Laura G

    Laura G wrote:

    These are awesome. Can I ask where you got them from? Thanks

  • Andrea P

    Andrea P wrote:

    Love your party... Looks fabulous. How did the relay race work?

  • Melissa J

    Melissa J wrote:

    Is this a CAKE??? Oh my, it is awesome!

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    Anna M wrote:

    Would you mind sharing more on the cake! I'm looking to do my sons 6th party in 2 weeks and I'm not that clever but thought abt giving it a try as looks awesome!

  • Jo K

    Jo K wrote:

    Hi Anna, The lego man's legs were made from an 8" square dummy cake, the body was carved from a real 8" square chocolate mud cake. I made the arms from a rice crispy treat recipe, then covered them in fondant. The head was a 5" round mud cake. The scariest part was the fact that it was over 50cm tall and only 10cm deep, so I certainly wouldn't recommend attempting to transport the cake anywhere. It was a huge hit though, and the children from his class are still talking about it...almost 3 years on, so if you're up for it, I would definitely recommend having a go!