Aug 22, 2011

Lego Inspired Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids

Jelly Lego Inspired Guest Dessert Feature

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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Cake Lego Inspired Guest Dessert Feature

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16 Comments for: “Lego Inspired Guest Dessert Feature”

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

  2. 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

  3. I love this theme. So creative!

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

  5. That cake is wonderful!

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

  7. 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.”

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

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

  10. 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

  11. Hola¡¡¡

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

    VV.

  12. 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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  14. 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/

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