Star Wars Birthday Party

Oh yes…almost a year later and we are finally sharing my son Brandt’s 6th birthday party with all y’all and what a perfect day to do it!!  May 4th!!  “May the 4th be with you”…get it??Star Wars PartyWhen my oldest reached a certain age, it was inevitable that there would be party theme requests.  We were super excited when he asked for a Star Wars birthday party!  Growing up, Star Wars was on repeat in my house so this was a theme I was very familiar with.  The party was held at a local gymnastics gym where we could put together a quick set up in one of the party rooms while the kids enjoyed some open gym time.Star Wars Party-3Star Wars Party-1After open gym, guests were welcomed into Jedi Training Camp!Star Wars PartyWe found some great party items in the dollar spot at Target for the table set up and have plenty of “Vader-Ade” for the thirsty Jedi’s. Star Wars Birthday Party TableWe had about an hour in the party room…just enough time for cake & cookies.  Look at these awesome cookies and the darling cake from Inspired Sugar!!Star Wars Party-29 Printable cake picks from our Star Wars Inspired collection were added to the cake to create some height.Star Wars Cake The cake was placed onto a hat box that was wrapped with a storm trooper printable.  This was a great DIY approach to creating a themed cake stand.Star Wars Birthday CakeStar Wars TreatsStar War CupcakesGuests were given favor bags to load up at the sweets station…Hans Solo Rolos, Galaxy Gumballs  Light Sabers & princess leia buns were just a few of the selections.Star Wars Candy BuffetStar Wars Party-14The light saber theme continued…candy tubes were filled with lime green sixlets and wrapped with printables to look light sabers.Star Wars Party-33Pretzels dipped in green candy melts were also wrapped in mini light saber printables.Light Saber Pretzel TreatsStar Wars Birthday BannerThe backdrop for this party was so much fun to make.  We used a cut piece of pressboard from Home Depot that was painted with chalk paint.  Tissue fringe and printables were used to create the look of light sabers.Star Wars Party BackdropFinally, guests were given themed dry erase boards and mini light wands to take home.  The dry erase boards were great because they served as a party favor and as a place mat!  Star Wars Party DecorHere is one last look at this FUN Star Wars Birthday party!  Want to recreate this look?  Get the printables & party supplies HERE!!

Star Wars Dessert Table

Comments

  1. Love this theme, great touch with the vader-ade and also the lightsaber filled with sixlets. I like the dry erase board idea and that cake looks yummy!

  2. Hi I love the dessert table background! Can you tell me how you made the lightsavers or what you used as the background. i went to Party City and they don’t carry that type of streamer. Do you mind sharing what you used?

  3. I love the light sabers! I plan on getting your download for them from Etsy, about how much of a the sixlets did you use to fill them?

  4. Hi I was wondering where did you get the candy tubes for the lightsabers? Do you still have the website you ordered from?

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