If you can’t already tell, my family and I are notorious for being huge Star Wars fans. I’ve seen all sorts of great crazy fun Star Wars themed parties.
However, one of my favorites has to be when my son went to a Star Wars birthday party when he was 11 years old.
He was so excited when he came home, he wouldn’t stop talking about it for weeks.
To be honest when I dropped him off I almost wanted to stay at the party. The cake was a giant Millennium Falcon, and smelled delicious.
All of the kids came dressed up as their favorite Star Wars characters, and of course all of them brought their light sabers for light saber fights.
The parents had a lot of fun games set up, and had a trampoline in the backyard where the kids could have fun jumping around fighting with their light sabers.
The decorations were a lot of fun too. The adults at the party had set up a lot of fun and funny decorations, including giant Star Wars posters, and a few cardboard cutouts of the characters. From what I saw they had a cut out of C3PO and R2D2. They also of course had a giant life sized cut out of Darth Vader. One of the kids had a funny Darth Vader mask that made his voice sound like Darth Vader’s which was a lot of fun as well.
My son told me that one of his favorite activities was their Lego Star Wars activity. All of the kids were allowed to build their own starships and Star Wars scenes out of Legos. Afterwards they all had fun playing with their Lego, to top it off the parents gave as a gift to all of the kids little Lego Star Wars sets, my kid was ecstatic and he still has his Lego Star Wars set up on display in his room.
The family also had a piñata set up that was a lot of fun. They designed it after the Death Star, and all of the kids absolutely loved it. They covered up the kids eyes and told them that they had to “use the force” like Luke did in the movies. The stick that they gave to the kids to hit the piñata with was painted to look like an actual light saber. This was also by far one of the most enjoyable parts of the party for the kids.
All in all I can tell that my son definitely enjoyed the party. I’ve decided that this year I would like to throw him a similar party. It seems like it would be easy to do, extremely affordable, and a memorable event for the kids. Plus to be honest sometimes I feel like I just don’t get enough Star Wars in my life, and breaking a piñata with a stick painted like a light saber just sounds like too much fun to pass up. Either way I can tell it was an activity that my son definitely loved.
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