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How To Throw An Out Of Sight Star Wars Birthday Party

By Cheryl Jerabek_

If your son is into Star Wars, and what boy isn’t, then a Star Wars birthday party would be totally out of sight! The sky is the limit with this fun theme that will impress not only your son, but all his friends as well.

There are tons of ideas and party supplies because Star Wars is such a popular theme. Our creative contributions when combined with some of your own will allow you to add custom touches to your party so it is one of a kind.

Return of the Jedi, Clone Wars, Jedi Training Academy and Classic Star Wars are some of the variations you can choose from.

After you and your Jedi have picked a specific Star Wars theme, sit down and make out a guest list. Then, you will want to decide upon a party location, date and time.

Next, purchase or make invitations. You can find a nice assortment online in fill-in-the-blank styles or the personalized ones. Print the party details clearly and slip into envelopes then sprinkle in some confetti for extra fun. Add Star Wars stickers to the outside of the envelopes. You can find personalized stickers online too for that special touch. Mail out with plenty of time to spare.

A galaxy of Star Wars decorations await you so the sky is the limit. Welcome the Younglings with a birthday banner marking the spot of your party. Bring in plenty of balloons for a festive touch. Mix Star Wars Mylars with solid helium filled latex balloons for a nice effect.

Glow in the dark stars can be stuck onto walls and ceilings as well as removable Star Wars wall art. Star Wars characters are available in standees for a real feel of the force. You can hang starships and other Star Wars toys and figurines from the ceiling and set others around on coffee tables and such. A Star Wars pinata is always a galactic decoration and a sure hit at game time.

Not only are tables great for serving the cake, snacks and beverages from but they can also be decorated. Cover one or more with a Star Wars theme table cover and place a centerpiece on top. Spread out the cake, snacks and beverages and arrange the party plates, cups and napkins around them. Serve the food on festive dishes like a star shaped platter or metallic plates. You can also place some blow outs and hats in empty spaces.

Find lots more fun Star Wars ideas from online birthday sites for children.

The cake is much anticipated by the children so make sure yours is the star attraction. One sweet idea is to purchase a Star Wars thee cake pan and decorate according to the instructions. You can also bake and frost a cake and add a topper or even some Star Wars toys that the Padawans can take home with them.

Quench the Youngling’s thirst with fun drinks like Darth Vader and Feel the Force Punch. Add star shaped ice cubes for a cool touch.

The Younglings must eat. Be creative like star shaped sandwiches and jello jigglers. Blue glow Jell-O is quite the rave as well. A galaxy of goodies are available online.

Gear up for fun playing Star Wars games. Consider the ages of the children and the aount of space you have to play in when choosing games.

Find out a few Star Wars facts online or ask your little Jedi. Doing your homework will help ensure the games go along with the theme.

A Jedi Training Academy is fun for the Younglings. Simply set up stations they can test their skills such as lightsaber abilities. Another great activity is the Battle For Naboo obstacle course. See how well the children know their Star Wars trivia by playing “Name that Character”.

Craft time is universally an excellent way to let the Younglings express their creativity. You can spread out craft supplies like glowing star stickers, glow in the dark and glitter paints. Give each child a piece of poster board and let them shine. There are lots more ideas online as well.

Send the Jedi home with a smile when you fix up fun favors for them. Fill empty Star Wars thee boxes or bags with treats like glow stars, little Star Wars toys, coloring books and crayons, mini canisters of play dough and anything else you can found up. You can also get sets that are already packaged complete with the container and all the toys.

Within the week after the party you will want to help your child send out thank you notes. You can purchase some that match the invitations you used or let him create his own.

By blending these innovative ideas with some creative touches of your own, you are well on your way to a galactic experience your young Padawan will never forget.

Make sure you check Cheryl Jerabek’s original Star Wars theme ideas, and best deals on party supplies.

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