Celebrating my children’s birthday with an awesome party is so rewarding to me. I want them to feel special. With that said, we are on a budget and always looking for ways to save money.
When the twins turned five, we did a Lego birthday party. It was so awesome, but it was done as thrifty as possible without compromising the experience or the fun.
I made homemade cupcakes, simple buttercream icing from scratch, I crafted candy cupcake toppers, and all the party favors. It was done on a budget and certainly was a hit for the kids. You can see all of the step by step tutorials below.
Here are four easy (and thrifty) Lego party favors tutorials.
Lego Birthday Party on a Budget
- Use large marshmallows and some yellow candy wafers to make these fun Lego marshmallow pops! They were such a hit.
- Can’t find cool Lego cupcake toppers? Make your own. Simply use Lego shaped candy molds and melt yellow chocolate wafers and you’ve got cupcake toppers. So easy!
- Want a unique and healthy treat for the Lego party favor bags? Use construction paper and cover juice boxes to replicate Lego’s.
- Do you have a bunch of broken crayons you would like to recycle? Re-purpose them into Lego crayons using your mold. Then, print some color sheets for free online and you have a thrifty party favor!
For more birthday party ideas, check out all the fun stuff I have here at Crystal & Co.!