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Decorations were SUPER simple and quick. I don’t think 8 year old boys look much at the decorations but I wanted to put something up. I was really watching my budget so didn’t want to spend a lot. I made some paper Legos to hang from a light fixture, and a couple banners. Actually the birthday boy made most of the banners which is why the string goes both in front and behind the triangles but no one noticed ;)
My mother in law made the super cute cake! (My house is a dungeon and it’s always so hard for me to get colors correct with all the yucky artificial light)
Part 3 the games coming tomorrow!
Here is the download for the Lego party invitations. I’ll update the original post as well! I hope you enjoy it and I’d love to see pictures if you use any of the elements for your party! Let me know if you have any issues or questions!
I was inspired by an invitation I saw here , but I really wanted to create something myself. Here’s what I came up with! The images used are mine :) The tri-folds were purchased at Michaels.
Click here to download the file to use for your own party! Personal use only please.
Part 2 the decorations and cake
Part 3 the games
For more boys inspiration visit my other blog All for the Boys!
PLEASE READ: If you do not have Photoshop you will not be able to edit the text in the .psd file, you will have to type in the info in another program (using the .jpg files) or print the blank invite and write it in by hand. There is a free program called gimp (do a google search) that will allow you to edit .psd files. Also remember that this is a zipped file so you will need to unzip it to use the files inside. How to unzip on a pc how to unzip on a mac