Batman Lego Birthday Bash

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After seeing The Lego Movie a few months ago, my son was adamant about a Lego AND Batman birthday party! I thought it sounded like a fun challenge and starting pinning right away:) I found tons of amazing ideas on Pinterest and he loved everything!

Design Inspiration

Legos were such a fun theme to run with, there are just so many ideas out there!

Decorating Style

Well I knew we had to include both Batman and Legos, so I went with blue, yellow and black for batman and threw in some bright red to tie in the Lego portion.

Project Details

Well, a lot of love went into this party as I did pretty much everything myself.

I started with the cake and had a lot of fun playing with fondant, making edible legos and even topped it with some real Batman Lego figurines.My son was sure I included both the 'Bat Light' and the 'Bat Cave'!

Since the cake took a lot of my time, I decided to go pretty simple with the other treats.

  • I used basic rice krispie treats coated in candy with M&M's for the lego blocks.
  • Giant marshmallows with little ones on top, dipped in candy, made the adorable lego heads.
  • I used basic sugar cookies with fondant cut outs for the lego parts cookies.
  • Oreos were also dipped in the candy and then I used white chocolate transfer sheets for the little dots on top.

The decorations were pretty basic, primary colors go a long way! I covered our wall canvas with a black vinyl table cloth and used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the 'Happy Birthday' banner. I used another table cloth to cover our side table and drew the Gotham City building with a silver sharpie!

  • I ordered the cups off a great shop on Etsy:
  • I found the straw printables here: and added the Batman one just for Jackson!
  • The giant Batman 'head' is a vintage ice bucket with a Batman mask with black vinyl for his face. I used Lego molds to create Fruit Punch Lego block ice. It was a huge hit! You can find the molds on Amazon:
  • I really wanted to make the Pinata myself, but the more I kept adding I knew I would never have time. I contacted a shop on Etsy very last minute and she shipped on time, the quality is amazing and the price was great too!


For the favor bags, I just used simple gift bags and glued on construction paper dots! We included a 'Bat Signal' flashlight with each kids' name, and a 'Save the Lego Man' soap with a little Lego guy inside. I used push pop containers with color coordinating chocolates and a little candy Lego man made from the molds, the kids loved these!

Finally, I just had to make matching shirts for the birthday boy and his sister:)


Favorite Items

I was very emotionally invested in that cake after all the time it took:) It was definitely my favorite item!


Pinterest is amazing! There are so many great tutorials out there, even if you think you're not the creative type.

I will be posting more detailed DIY instructions for these projects on my blog Miss Modified, later this month:)

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