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How To Throw A Star Wars Themed Birthday Party For Kids

by Charlot

Posted on Sunday Jan 15, 2017 at 01:33AM in birthday entertainers

You don't have to visit the galaxy to make your star wars themed birthday party happen. By just following our DIY tips and tricks, you'll get that star wars scene that will certainly surprise your little star wars fanatic and the guests.

We've listed 5 simple and easy Star Wars party ideas including decorations, party favors, buffet tables, games and more. So grab a pen and paper and take our ideas for your child's next birthday celebration!

1. List Your Ideas And Things You Need To Buy

First of, gather your ideas in a piece of paper and write down all the things you'll need to make that star wars themed birthday party happen. Research the characters, the trademark of that movie, things they use and how you will apply them when you already have the supplies you need. Some of the popular Star Wars trademarks are Chewbacca, Lightsaber, Yoda, Darth Vader, R2-D2, Stormtrooper and famous characters like Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Captain Phasma, Poe Dameron and Kylo Ren. 2. Let The Creativity Begin

Now that your ideas and supplies are ready, time to unleash the creativity and talent in you by creating the Star Wars props and decors. Make lightsabers using cardboard tube and electrical tape. Cut that brown string and a white craft felt fabric to make Jedi Robes. Create Princess Leia buns using a headband, brown yarn, and cardboard. Turn an inflatable ball into a Death Star using a spray paint, tape and cut cardboards. Wrap utensils to come up with a napkin lightsabers and turn the drink dispenser into a R2-D2 using colored duct tapes. Use a black fabric or an illustration board and put some yellow stars stickers on it to come up with a cool photo booth backdrop. Have the balloons be printed out with Stormtrooper or any Star Wars characters.

3. Star Wars Activities

Still thinking of the best Star Wars games for the kiddos? You can try cool games like having them complete Jedi missions like Escape from the Death Star where kids need to overcome a few obstacles inspired by a Star Wars scene. You just need to set up stations that kids will go through in order to accomplish a mission and have someone to watch each station.

4. Book Star Wars Entertainers

To add more fun on your Star Wars themed birthday party, book talented Star Wars entertainers who can provide Star Wars characters, costumes, themed games, fun music, freebies and more.

I hope these creative ideas serve as an inspiration to you. May the party planning force be with you!

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