Hero Factory Party
In LEGO Hero Factory, robotic heroes save the world from evil doers across the universe. So this party focused heavily on the activities. For their rookie training, our heroes began the party with a scouting mission. Each child followed a string of yarn, woven all around the house. At the end of the string, they found their uniform, a t-shirt featuring the Hero Factory logo. Our rookies then worked on strength training with calisthenics. Memory chip enhancement was the good, old-fashioned “tray game” to work on memory skills. Circuit repair found the kids playing with Snap Circuits, the Factory Floor featured LEGOs, and the Artificial Intelligence Test was guess the number of LEGOs in the jar. Their final mission was to find a quaza stone (a custom-3D-printed crystal), the heart of each hero’s core. And finally, our heroes recharged their cores with dinner and cake. Decorations included a custom-made centerpiece, handmade flutter banners, bunting made of Hero Factory comics, real metal gears on the table, gear serving plates, LEGO base plates as chargers, and Styrofoam gears hanging from the ceiling. Dinner featured all the birthday boy’s favorites and complemented the theme: Mac and Cheese Bytes, Heroes in a Pod (pigs in a blanket), Hummus and Micro Chips, Vortex Veggie Dumplings, Power Cells (mini quiche) and Team Alpha Turkey Sliders. The dessert table included Black Holes (chocolate donut holes), quaza stone rock candy, Plasma Blades (chocolate covered pretzels), Hero Cuffs (candy bracelets), Evil Gummy Brains, and LEGO-shaped candy. At the end of the party, guests received a custom-3D-printed gear box inside a hero core (a streamer surprise ball with a Hero Core logo sticker).
Cake and macarons by Fancy Cakes by Leslie