Aug 22, 2011

Lego Inspired Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Jacki of Blissfully Sweet transformed her home into Lego Headquarters for her son Liam’s birthday. Inspired by a Lego cake created by the talented Ron Ben-Israel, Jacki crafted her own magnificent version by covering blocks of Styrofoam and placing an edible Ninjago figure on top. Using the same bright color scheme, Jacki made several more Lego-themed sweet treats: cake pops, cookies, cupcakes, “Lego jello,” and personalized candy bars. We love the colorful display of “Lego jello” and the Legoman cakepops. Jacki incorporated a “Lego Mugshot” image she found online into the invitations, table signs, drink labels, t-shirts and as the backdrop for a photobooth. Of course no Lego party would be complete without a serious Lego-building session. The boys had fun creating their own Lego cities and bridges, before taking home goodie bags filled with their own mini-Lego sets.

Check out some other tables that we have featured with sweets created by Jacki here and here.

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  • Helen

    I love the funky colors and structure. It looks like a super fun party.

  • http://berta-postres.blogspot.com Berta Castro

    Very beautiful for the young and not so young Lego’s fans.
    From Spain,congratulations and thank you for sharing all your knowledge and good feeling

  • http://eventsbytammy.blogspot.com Tammy @ Events By Tammy

    I love this theme. So creative!

  • http://facebook.com/heysugarevents Hey Sugar! Events

    AMAZING!!! Great job Jacki … I will defintely be calling you when next I need a special cake xx

  • http://www.spaceshipsandlaserbeams.com Stephanie @ Spaceships and Laser Beams

    That cake is wonderful!

  • Sarwath

    Dear Jackie, you have done it again!!!!!

  • http://womanskinare.com Laura

    Oh my gosh. My little guy would have sooooooo loved this birthday party. I need to get more creative so he thinks his mom is “cool.”

  • http://www.pagingsupermom.com bettijo @ PagingSupermom.com

    What a fun party theme. The color-paper-wrapped boxes to add varying heights to the table is super smart!

  • http://www.nofussfabulous.com Wayne O., Studio Manager, -Loralee Lewis-

    The geometry and color of this party is wonderfully engaging. Thanks for sharing Amy. Great choice, and love the Jello! -W.O.

    • http://www.blissfullysweetcakes.blogspot.com Jacki Fanto @ Blissfully Sweet

      Thank you soooo much Wayne. Have been a fan of Loralee Lewis for ages – so that means alot! Jacki @ Blissfully Sweet :)

  • http://www.blissfullysweetcakes.blogspot.com Jacki Fanto @ Blissfully Sweet

    Thank you everyone for your lovely comments! They really do make my day!
    @Laura – I am sure your kids already think you are pretty “cool”!!!
    Jacki @ Blissfully Sweet

  • http://blogdevilva.blogspot.com/ Vilva

    Hola¡¡¡

    Es una auténtica preciosidad…Me encanta como cuidas la estética y combinas los colores.

    VV.

  • Paola

    Awesome job!! and I am pretty sure that kid enjoyed the party a lot! The level of details is amazing. Congratulations! :)

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  • http://danielleyarian.wordpress.com/ Danielle

    I love your cake!! How long did it take I was going to try to make one but most I saw online looked not so great so I was afraid to try. Yours on the other hand looks great!! What did the kids play/build at your party. Here is mine you should check it out. http://danielleyarian.wordpress.com/2012/08/12/lego-6th-birthday-party/