Planning a LEGO birthday party? Here are a ton of LEGO birthday party favor ideas to inspire you!
Kids just love legos. Whether they are by-the-book and prefer to follow step by steps, or more of the free-building type, these toys are a huge hit with so many kids!
My son is turning 5 and requested a LEGO themed birthday party!
So, of course I had to put together a lego themed goodie bag.
I try to mostly stick to consumable items that won’t junk up the house for goodie bags, though we did do a small lego set, too.
Here’s what I suggest you put in a lego goodie bag!
While you’re at it, how about making a Homemade Lego Costume for the party, too!
LEGO goodie bag ideas
Start your LEGO party favor with a lego themed goodie bag! There are a few different options!
- These gift bags are designed to look like lego blocks!
- Or, DIY the look with solid-color bags and circles of paper!
- These folding boxes also look like lego blocks, great if you have cookies or something fragile to share
- I love these yellow plastic favor bags with the iconic lego minifig face on the side!
- Consider just adding a simple lego bag topper to any pre-packaged item or baggie you put together yourself!
LEGO party favor ideas
Wondering what to put in a lego goodie bag? Here are a ton of ideas to inspire you!
I am a big fan of edible favors, and I know that kids really love gummies!
We chose to include these Annies building block gummies in our favor bags because they are pre-packaged.
However, we are also serving these bulk lego gummies at the party. You could easily bag these up yourself for favors.
You can never have too many gummies in our house!
Another edible treat that won’t junk up kids houses is lollipops! I ordered these building block lollipops and think they are perfect for a favor bag!
Minifigs are a great addition to your party bag, though they can get kind of pricey. This might be a better choice for a smaller party!
Consider picking minifigs with a fun theme like Star Wars or Marvel!
I think that it is great to include a mini lego set with your lego goodie bag.
I will warn you that the animal sets have very small pieces.
We also opted to pre-assemble the duplo cars (my son LOVED getting to do this) so that you don’t have to worry about instructions.
The animal sets each come with their own instruction sheet!
Honorable mention goes to these lego glasses. They are silly and a great dress-up element for a LEGO party. Personally, I let my son pick between these and the lego kits and he picked the kits.
Another fun addition to your lego goodie bag is a lego shaped straw cup. My kids are at an age when they love fun cups, so these were a no-brainer for me!
I saw them as junky and was trying to stick to mostly consumables, but they are a good option if you want something wearable.
Stickers are an easy addition to any goodie bag. I grabbed these rolls of lego stickers and cut off a strip for each goodie bag.
I also sat them around the party so kids could wear them at the party – you get two big rolls in the pack!
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