Pastels are timeless; they go with many color schemes and styles, and they can be worn in any season. Many couples choose soft shades of pink, blue, yellow, green, and grey for their wedding decor.
Pastel birthday invitations will work well with a variety of birthday themes, from spring garden to mountain or woodland, and you can customize the details to make your invites fit perfectly. Let’s take a look at some of the most creative party ideas.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template
- Wait for a while, a new page will be appeared
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
Easy Peasy Lego Themed Birthday Party Ideas
When it comes to having simple Lego birthday parties, I’ve found that the key is to do it at home, be creative, and be judicious with how you DIY – buying things that are more time consuming to DIY so that you may DIY more of the others.
Make these lovely Lego heads with different faces out of your corn starch jars for easy party décor. There’s no need to paint them because they’re already the ideal colour of yellow. Simply draw on the various facial expressions, and you’re done. Even better, your kids can keep their Legos in these jars when the celebration is done.
Boxes, wrapping paper, and construction paper can all be used to make huge Lego “bricks.” Faces drawn on yellow balloons can also be used to make Lego faces. Both of these options are simple and inexpensive; for decorations, you might want to look at the Dollar Tree.
Using construction paper, tape, a hole punch, and thread, make a Lego bricks garland. How simple is that LEGO banner to make? It’s a simple way to add color to your party decor without putting in a lot of effort.
Make a quick snack using Lego cheese and crackers. They’re easy to create and the kids will enjoy them. To cut the circles, all you need are crackers, cheese, and a little fondant cutter or knife. It’s that simple!
Do you want to serve a nutritious snack at your next gathering? These Lego frozen yogurt bricks prepared with fresh strawberries, blueberries, yogurt, and honey are the answer. Parents will be relieved to have one fewer sugary item to choose from!
Make colorful yellow Lego head marshmallow pops using ordinary marshmallows! To get started with this simple LEGO cake pops lesson, gather ordinary marshmallows, mini marshmallows, yellow candy melts, and lollipop sticks. They make excellent party munchies, as well as lovely LEGO cake decorations and post-party favors.
Making Lego sandwiches is also a breeze. Children love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, but you can make them with deli meat and cheese or even veggie sandwiches if you like. To make them look like bricks, simply place the bread circles on top. During the school year, they’d be a nice addition to kids’ lunchboxes.
Make some interesting Lego man crayons by upcycling all of your old broken crayons! Talk about low-cost favors! Apart from the cost of the mold, the miniature LEGO crayons would be completely free! To go, everyone has its own minifigure. You may also make chocolate Lego characters with the mold.
Make Lego friendship bracelets for all of the party guests using some bricks and colored yarn. The youngsters can help with the construction, but an adult will need to drill the holes in the bricks for the yarn to pass through.