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We had a HUGE number of kids at this party and needed numerous games to occupy 29 6 yr olds attention!
We had an R2D2 cake from Cupcake Couture. I made cupcakes with the liners and toppers from William Sonoma. I also made Princess Leia Cupcakes (we had a good number of girls). We had brownies and Wookie Cookies (made by my friend Liza from the William Sonoma cutters). We had light saber pretzle sticks, Ewok Mix and a candy bar.
Activities / Games
Jedi Training: Light saber training- ideally keep a balloon in the air with their pool noodle light saber- problem was the wind blew all the balloons away. Then they just started beating each other! Force training: my husband sat at a table with a column of magnets covered with Yoda on top. Below he had magnets attached to his leg so that the kids could use the "Force" to move Yoda. Jedi obstacle course: The Padawans entered Dagobah swamp to run the obstacle course like Luke. They had a yoda on their back to zig zag through the trees, crawl through the tunnel with Yoda and hop over the rocks. Lastly- the destroyed the Death Start (pinata). After sundown we watched a movie in the backyard on a large inflatable screen from Fun Flicks.
We had the standard Star Wars goodies, as well as coloring books and note pads. They also received their custom light saber (pool noodle light sabers) and their Padawan Training certificate after completion of the training.
What People Ate
Our DIY Printables from Shindig Parties (Etsy) had labels for Padawan Pizza. We had Pizza and nuggets, ChewBaca chips etc.
What People Drank
We had Yoda Soda (green fuzzy punch), as well as soda and juice.