It was a pretty crazy party day on Saturday. Jackson had two friends over for a little party/playdate, then all three of them went to another friend's birthday party (also lego themed!), and then J came home just in time for the family party! Because the kids were all headed to another party, the only dessert we did after lunch were the marshmallow minifigure heads. The family came over for cake and ice cream Saturday evening, and I served these lego cupcakes...
Nothing fancy here, friends. A boxed funfetti mix & (gasp) store bought icing. I did shove the icing in a ziploc bag with a tip and piped it on to make it look slightly better. A few sprinkles and a lego candy piece made with vanilla melting wafers and this mold, and voila!
A glimpse of the food table (helpful hint: don't have one of those fun cupcake holders? I just stack two different sized cake stands on top of each other!)
Simple, easy tablescape when everything can be done in primary colors. The beach-ball looking things are a popular gift from our Japanese exchange student. They matched so perfectly I just threw them on! The silver tin you see is also from Yoshiki.....it included several kinds of Japanese rice cakes. Honey, Black Bean, Shrimp & Seaweed....my favorite was the Soy Sauce & Sugar! Not your typical LEGO party food, but such a sweet gesture from our new friend.
We love you so much, our sweet Lego-loving 6 year old boy!!!
If you missed the previous LEGO party posts, you can check out the marshmallow minifigure heads here, and the goodie bags here.
Linking to: The Frugal Girls, Tatertots & Jello,