In August my little man turned six.This past weekend Luke had a few of his good buddies over to help him celebrate with a Star Wars party.
Once the theme was chosen the party came together vey nicely.
Last year we had a Lego/Star Wars theme so I was able to carry over a lot of the same game ideas.
Aren't these food signs cute?
You can find all the printables I used for the party here .
There really is a great selection of ideas out there on the internet.
I had planned for the kid's to color these upon arrival but they were so excited to play that I put them in their goody bags instead.
For the past several years I have scooped out ice cream the night before into a cupcake pan/liners and stored them in the freezer for the day of the party.
It is definitely a time saver!
I have always had lot's of fun making my children's Birthday cakes.
For this party I knew that I was short on time so I found a local grocery store who would scan an image and put it on the cake.
Here is my birthday boy!
He has lost 3 front teeth in the past 3 weeks.
His speech teacher is going to love it.
The boys skipped rocks.
Hunted for asteroids like we did last year during our Lego/Star Wars party.
Had light saber duels and played keep it up with the balloons.
This a photo of our light sabers we made last year. They have been used a lot in the past year
so we had to doctor them up a bit.
I found colored duct tape at Party City and the kids were able to customize their light saber with whatever color/colors they wanted. They of course thought this was really cool!
Each child put their collected asteroids in their goody bag plus they went home with a cupcake, Jedi Knight certificate and their Padawan badge.
The Star Wars cupcake set was purchased from William Sonoma.
I just love that store!
I am notorious for forgetting to hand out treat bags so this year I placed them on the stairs!
Happy Belated Birthday Luke!
Linking to: Tasty Tuesday