An Out-of-This-World Star Wars Party

An Out-of-This-World Star Wars Party by Yombu
Yombu Post Author Gloria Ramirez

Written by (Author):  Gloria Ramirez
Last updated:  February 2, 2024

When my little guy turned six, he requested a ‘Baby Yoda’ birthday party. I had so much fun making the decorations, planning the games and brainstorming fun ideas for his special day.

Star Wars is as popular now as it has ever been. If your little one loves all things Star Wars, you’ve come to the right place. Here are a few ideas to help you plan an out-of-this-world Star Wars birthday party.

Galactic Décor

Unique décor ideas can truly elevate your event’s atmosphere. Here are some fun ideas to get you started.

  • Lanterns – Let your imagination run and decorate different color lanterns as Yoda, R2D2 (or other droids), Darth Vader, Storm Troopers, Ewoks, or Chewbacca.
  • Balloons – Use black, white, and silver or gold balloons to place around your venue or make a fun balloon arch as a focal point.
  • Utensil Light Sabers – Wrap utensils in blue, green, or red napkins and a strip of black construction paper to look like Light Sabers.
  • Streamers – Hang black and silver or black and gold streamers throughout your site or create streamer curtains across doorways.
  • Paper Stars – Make silver or golden paper stars. Bonus points for using glittery paper!

The Force is with the Food

Impress your guests with these unique ideas for a delicious food spread.

Prepare a yummy Yoda face you will with guacamole, chips, and black olives for the eyes. Make mini pigs in a blanket that little fingers will be happy to reach for and call them ‘Hutt Dogs,’ or have pizza and call it ‘Pizza the Hutt.’

Have Teddy Grahams in different flavors for edible Ewoks. Dip pretzel sticks in red, blue, or green chocolate for delicious Light Sabers. Cinnamon buns can be ‘Princess Leia Buns.’

Wookie, droid, Death Star, or character cookies can also be a fun addition, as well as cake pops, or cupcakes.

For drinks, use food coloring to fit a specific theme, such as green juice for ‘Yoda Punch’ or ‘Yoda Soda.’

Don’t forget to make or order a very special cake from your favorite bakery. A black cake with silver stars, a round Death Star cake, or a simple cake topped with your kiddo’s favorite characters can be a fun and unique way to pull your entire Star Wars theme together.

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Enjoy Games and Activities You Will

Keep your energetic little guests busy with these entertaining kids party games ideas.

  • Lava Obstacle Course – Lay red plastic or paper tablecloths on the ground as lava and place bricks or cardboard cutouts for the kiddos to skip across. For an added challenge, time each child to see who makes it across the fastest.
  • Design a Droid – Set up a crafting station with small white lanterns, construction paper, glue sticks, scissors, and paint for your little guests to design their very own droids.
  • Jabba the Hutt Bean Bag Toss – Make a Jabba the Hutt out of a cardboard box and cut an opening for the mouth to have some good-natured competition.
  • Knock-Down Storm Troopers – Decorate tin cans as Storm Troopers for an action-packed game.
  • Photo Time – Create a photo backdrop with a black or blue tablecloth and decorate it with silver or golden stars. Make or purchase cardboard Star Wars character masks. Your little guests will have a blast taking pictures and trying out different poses and characters.
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Final Thoughts…to a Galaxy Far Far Away

I had so much fun preparing for my little guy’s Baby Yoda birthday party when he turned six that I’m sure you’ll too have an amazing time planning an out-of-this-world Star Wars party with these easy ideas.

What do they call birthdays in Star Wars?

Birthdays, which were also known as borndays on the moon OrulShai III, were anniversaries celebrated by some beings, particularly Humans, on the day of their births.

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