Monday, April 18, 2016

The Best Star Wars Party Ever!

My boys are OB-SESSED with Star Wars.  And when I say obsessed, I mean that is all they talk about.  So when I asked Hudson what theme he wanted for his 5th birthday party, it was no question.  This ended up being one of the most fun birthday parties I've ever planned!

We made Jedi robes for all the kiddos out of brown sheets from Walmart and made light sabers out of pool noodles. I'm telling ya, just give a little boy a pool noodle and it's like free entertainment for 5 hours! 

You can't have a Star Wars party without Princess Leia, right??



For table decorations, I splatter painted black butcher paper with white paint and cut out the letters with my Silhouette Cameo using the free Star Jedi font available here

I found a Star Wars crawl generator on Star and had it playing on my laptop during the party. 

Click here for Star Wars Crawl generator.

Unfortunately I didn't get good pictures of the food but here is what we had:
Darth Vader Punch (red cool aid)
Jabba the Hut Dogs (hot dogs)
Princess Leia buns (hot dog buns)
Light Sabers ( pretzel sticks)

(I kept the food pretty simple and focused on the games and activities.)

When the kids arrived, we handed out Jedi Training Cards.  When they completed each activity, they got a star in the box.  

We used a corn hole board, but you could use a bucket if you don't have one. For the death stars, we wrapped up bean bags in foil. 


I knew I would need a break, so I set out a tub of Legos and let the kids have at it! They loved building their own spaceships and I got to actually sit down and eat a hot dog! Woohoo!

Ok. Want to know how to impress a bunch of 5 year olds? Get a toy Star Wars spaceship and glue a magnet to the bottom.  Put it on a plate and hold a magnet underneath the plate with your other hand. Let kids take turn using the force to make the spaceship move. They will love it! I promise!
Thank you to Raegun Ramblings blog for this idea!.

Draw Storm Trooper faces on white balloons with a sharpie and let the kids try to keep them in the air with their "light sabers."

The template I used to draw the faces can be found here.

Look at the concentration on his face!

Blow bubbles and let the kids practice their Jedi skills by popping the bubbles with their light sabers.

For the background I took a piece of black butcher paper and splatter painted white paint for the stars.  


I found this free overlay by Amy on AttaGirl Says blog here. I used the picmonkey app to  put it on the pictures.

Click here to download Photo Booth Sign.

Once the kids had completed all of activities, we had a Master Jedi award ceremony where they got their certificates.

Click here to download certificate.

Pure Joy!!

According to Hudson, it was "The Best Star Wars Party EVER!"

If you use any of my printables, I would love to see pictures of your party! Do you have any other Star Wars party ideas?

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