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I can feel the force radiating from this party submitted by Stacey Stewart of Sweet Pea Parties

out of  Santa Monica, CA.

Star Wars Birthday Party

You don’t have to leave the galaxy to gain the inspiration needed for a spectacular Star Wars 5th Birthday Party. No detail was left out when planning and executing this party and after spending a minute perusing the photos, I am sure you will agree!

Some elements to watch out for from this awesome birthday bash include:

  • Death Star cake pops
  • Cupcakes with Star Wars character toppers
  • An awesome Storm Trooper and Galaxy cake
  • Garbage cans made to look like R2-D2 and Darth Vader
  • R2-D2 push pops
  • Floral Death Star table centerpieces
  • and MORE!

Event Design/Custom Printables/Cake Pops/Cookies: Sweet Pea Parties
Cake: Platine Bakery
Jedi Entertainment: Papillons Entertainment

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Star Wars Party Details:

This is what Stacey shared about the party- “The force is strong with this one…. Having seen the original movie in the theater in the 70s (ACK!), I was only too happy to indulge my son when he said he wanted his 5th birthday party to be “Star Wars” themed. Since we only do birthday parties on odd years, it was go big or go home.

Guests were greeted by some familiar faces—R2D2 and C-3PO. Kids put on their “Luke” or “Leia” Jedi robes made from felt & the requisite Leia hair bands, and picked up their pool noodle light sabers before heading to Planet Much for a fun activity filled afternoon. They could indulge their creative sides by designing their own R2D2-inspired droids, coloring in “Star Wars” coloring book pages or decorating their own “rebel spaceship” made from a cardboard box. For those that like more action, we had a “Destroy the Death Star” cornhole game and a bouncy house. They were also able to take off in a Luke’s landspeeder or Han’s Millennium Falcon, both made from cardboard boxes. A Jedi even stopped by to teach the kids on how to use the force. They used that new knowledge to break open the paper mache Death Star piñata. It looked more like a Death egg. #pinterestfail

We kept the kids hydrated with “Yodapple Jedi Juice” and “Jawa Wawa” served in “Star Wars” themed reusable milk bottles. Each had a chalkboard label so they could write their names to keep track. Straws had little “G” flags. The Jedi’s parents went to the dark side with “Vaderitas” (ginger beer margaritas) in mason jars. Inside, heavy finger food could be lunch or snack and included “Jar Jar Links” (mini corn dogs”), “Fin Solo Sticks” (fish sticks), etc. Guests were encouraged to use the light saber napkins and eco-friendly bamboo forks, hand-stamped with silver chevron pattern and blue stars. The dessert table was the real show stopper. R2D2’s Smore Push-pops were a crowd-pleaser, as were the Death Star cake pops. The Wookie’s Cookies were adorned with the faces of C-3PO, Chewbacca, Yoda and Darth Vader, all made from molding chocolate using cookie cutters. Serving cak e to younger kids can take forever, so I always go with cupcakes- they only eat the frosting anyway! They were wrapped with “star” cupcake wrappers and decorated with character inspired cupcake toppers that I made using a die-cutter. Guests saved them and took them home! The salted caramel chocolate cake was devoured by the adults. Mmmm…

I tried to keep the décor “Star Wars” inspired rather than being too on the nose. I went with a blue, white, gray and black color scheme. Tissue paper tassel garland hung from the front porch, while crepe streamer was used to create the tassel table skirts. A “Star Wars” curtain made for a great backdrop for the food, and black felt with white glitter stars was the backdrop for the dessert table. I painted MDF “GREYSON” letters with silver glitter paint and “underlined” them with tissue paper light sabers. The adult table centerpieces were futuristic looking flowers in Death Star inspired and made using vases I had in my garage, silver & glitter spray paint and black washi tape. The mini concrete Death Star vases, made using silicon ice cube molds, were scattered throughout . Almost all of the décor was repurposed and used to redecorate Greyson’s room.

Before leaving the party, guests got their photos taken, which were printed and mailed with thank you notes. Favors were set below a Yoda saying and included a light saber bubble wand and “Chewy Treat” (cocoa krispie treats). All the little Jedis left with their robes and light sabers, so they could wear them on Halloween. Greyson did! Reduce, recycle, reuse!”

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4 Comments
  1. Joana says:

    Hello,
    The star wars theme birthday was beautiful!! Loved it all. I was wondering where I can find the Star Wars push cake pop print out that you have on the outside of yours? Love th idea!!!!

  2. Melissa says:

    I am planning a Star Wars theme party for my son’s 7th birthday. Do you have a template for the food label cards that you used? Thank you!

  3. Maria Martin says:

    The Star Party was beautiful. Will it be possible to get the diy for Jedi robes? I would like to make them for my grandson 5 birthday.

    Thank you
    Maria Martin

    • Mandy Bradshaw says:

      Thanks for reaching out!! This isn’t a Kara’s Party Ideas party, so your best bet is to reach out directly to the party stylist. Her name and link are in the first paragraph of the party post. You can also check the vendor list in the post. XOXO!