1. Make magical folding invitations
For starters, don’t worry about buying party invitations! You can print out this free magical folding design that we created in partnership with The Dad Lab. Folding along the dotted lines is brilliant for your little one’s fine motor skills, and getting older children to write their guests’ names on the envelopes is a great way to get them involved.
2. Build a bright napkin holder out of LEGO bricks
All you and your child need to create this simple table decoration are some LEGO bricks and a LEGO baseplate. We love this version created by Fab Every Day.
3. Play LEGO DUPLO bowling
4. Build the ultimate cake stand out of LEGO bricks
5. Guess how many LEGO bricks are in the jar
6. Make a fun cutlery holder out of LEGO
7. Hold a tower building competition...with an unexpected twist!
Sergei and Max from The Dad Lab show off their tower building skills
8. Create cute name card holders for your guests
LEGO DUPLO figures and animals make great name card holders for your party table. All you have to do is write the name of the guest on a small piece of paper and get the figure to hold it. TOP TIP: attach the paper to any LEGO DUPLO accessory that the figure can hold.
9. Make animal masks inspired by LEGO DUPLO characters
10. Use six LEGO DUPLO bricks for hours of party fun
11. Use LEGO DUPLO bricks for a fun 'brick and spoon' race
12. Build photo booth props out of LEGO DUPLO bricks
Alex from The Dad Lab gets to grips with his LEGO DUPLO photo booth props
13. Party games for younger guests
14. Add a theme to your little one's celebrations
If you want an extra special theme at your little one's birthday party then we've got ideas to cater for every craze...from young space explorers to devoted dinosaur fans!
We partnered with Sergei from The Dad Lab to bring you some of the birthday party ideas featured in this list and we were delighted to help him celebrate the birthdays of his two children, Alex and Max, by hosting a birthday party with a LEGO theme at our London headquarters.
Small parts are a choking hazard for children under the age of three.
Scissors can be dangerous for small children, so please make sure you supervise them closely during use.