We have a birthday party coming up next week! I’m really excited about it (as long as I can get it all together, lol). My 3rd child is turning FIVE! What?!? He LOVES Lego City so much, so that’s the party. We’ve done a Lego party before, but I wanted to make it slightly different. I wanted to make some great but simple Lego birthday party invitations.
I found the first idea for the invitations at Jessica at Zakka Life. I e-mailed her for her template, and I modified it a bit. I was planning to do the entire thing, but life got busy, and so I simplified it do just the one side. So my invitation doesn’t open. I just put the print on both sides. We figured people would figure out it was a Lego head. 🙂
You could easily trace these onto yellow card stock or construction paper and write on them, or print before tracing and cutting out.
A couple years ago, my oldest son wanted a Lego party as well. I was able to make these super simple, but fun invitations. I just quartered a piece of paper, printed the word “Lego” and the various friends names on the paper, and cut circles (I’m honestly not sure how big they were). As you can see, I did 3 that said Lego, and one that said the friends name. To stick the circles on and make them more 3D like, I used the puffy scrapbooking square things (yep, technical), or you could use glue dots.
On the back, I printed off all the information (that was before I cut them into quarters). Super simple, but super cute. 🙂
I got the Lego font from here, just make sure to use all capital or it won’t work right.