Thanks Netflix DVD for sponsoring our LEGO Batman Party! All ideas an opinions are always 100% my own. Post contains affiliate links, which means I may get a small commission if you purchase through a link in this post.
If you’ve seen the LEGO Batman movie, then you know that LEGO Batman is a night loving, bad guy-fighting, heavy metal rapping machine.
But did you know that he is also an awesome party theme? A LEGO Batman party is perfect for a birthday, Father’s Day, or to celebrate the release of LEGO Batman.
We recently threw a LEGO Batman party to celebrate, and I can’t wait to share all the awesome details with you! This party is guaranteed to make LEGO Batman’s enemy Superman super jealous.
To throw a LEGO Batman party you definitely need a LEGO Batman. After all, he never skips leg day and has aged phenomenally, right?
I used a cardboard chips box (thanks Costco) and a cement tube from Home Depot to create a pretty fantastic cardboard LEGO Batman. This guy is also going to double as my Bat Boy’s Halloween costume, so yay for multi-tasking!
I’ll probably share a tutorial for our LEGO Batman cardboard costume him as it gets closer to Halloween, but I still can’t believe what can be made with some cardboard and paint.
Two very large Gotham City treat towers were perfect for holding cupcakes, drinks, and Batman masks.
Each cupcake had a superhero topper I made from a toothpick and superhero stickers that I got from Oriental Trading Company.
The red, yellow, and blue cupcakes matched the superhero words in the backdrop perfectly!
Bright blue drinks each had a black superhero straw in them (made from the same stickers as the cupcake toppers).
I made some LEGO Batman treat boxes by adding yellow ovals and black bats to the front of black favor boxes. I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 machine to easily cut the vinyl shapes out.
Plain yellow buckets were made into LEGO Batman candy holding machines by adding a black vinyl bat to the front of each. The buckets held black foil-wrapped caramels and black candy-filled straws.
Big jars of candy were personalized by wrapping a Batman mask to the front of each jar. So easy!
My Bat Boy was most excited about the cupcakes and couldn’t wait to dig in!