Star Wars Party Ideas- Fun and simple ideas for the perfect Star Wars Party!
My boys love Star Wars every since we had a Star Wars Marathon after Christmas last year and our trip to Disneyland early this year. My son requested a Star Wars Themed Birthday Party for his 7th birthday. I like to keep things fun for parties but simple. Here’s what we did to help inspire you for your next Star Wars Party!
I googled Star Wars Backgrounds then my son picked his favorite. Next using PicMonkey I added text using my own font. (Star Jedi.) I e-mailed the invite to some people and printed it off for others. Levi absolutely loved it!
I made this sign using my Silhouette. (Same font mentioned above, Star Jedi.) Don’t mind it’s not perfectly spaced out. We put it up in a hurry! My son LOVED it!
Here’s the set up!
A closer view. My boys thought the theme for each food was SO cool! It made my day! (You can find those Star Wars balloons here, the kids loved them!)
I made the labels myself using a black starry background and again the font Star Jedi in yellow for the wording.
Padawan Pizza from Little Caesars.
For the chips we had Space Puffs (Cheeto Puffs) and Chewbaca Chips (A few other flavors.)
Our vegetables and ranch dip (sour cream + a packet of dry ranch) were Vader Veggies.
We put grapes on skewers for Light Sabers. If you have time (which I didn’t) you can add tin foil wrapped around the ends to make it even cooler.
For Drinks I used Green Hawaiian punch + Sprite for Yoda Soda and Red Hawaiian Punch for Kylo Red-Ade. (My boys named that last one and thought it was so cool!)
Tie Fighter S’more’s were so easy to make and one of the biggest hits with the kids! It’s just melted chocolate on both sides of the graham cracker with a regular sized marshmallow in between. Here’s a few more pictures to show you how I made it:
Break (and cut) the graham crackers in half and add melted chocolate to one side and add the marshmallow. Let set. (Can speed up the process by placing in fridge or freezer.)
Add melted chocolate to another graham cracker half and place the cracker/chocolate/marshmallow side on top and let chocolate set then serve!
The biggest hit of the party was the cupcakes! I placed foil on the counter top and added the cupcakes to resemble light sabers. I just used a cake mix and my favorite buttercream frosting, colored light blue, light green and gray. Then used M&M’s on the bottom. These were so fun for everyone at the party and SO yummy!
Levi LOVED it!
Activities and Games:
We made Easy Party Light Sabers just by cutting pool noodles in half and adding duct tape on the bottom then using a marker to add more detail. You could also use electrical tape instead of a marker.
This was one of the best things we had at the party. The kids entertained themselves for so long before, during and after the party using just these “light sabers” and their imagination. It was awesome!
For our activity we played Star Wars Bingo. (Find the printable here.) The kids loved it!
We bought these fun Star Wars masks on Amazon and that was so fun for the kids! The kids also loved the Star Wars balloons. You can buy those on Amazon too which is so nice. I checked out quite a few party stores before this party and didn’t find anything worth buying.
Present time! Levi felt so special having all the attention on him.
To finish the party we had a pinata.
The perfect ending to his favorite birthday party ever!
Hope these ideas help you for your next Star Wars Party!