At Joshua's party we had a Jedi Training course were all involved eventually earned certificates to show they achieved Jedi status. I made my first fondant and it was easy!
What People Ate
Kids food: Naboo Nuggets (Yummy brand chicken nuggets) Jabba the Hutt dogs (pigs in a blanket from BJ's club) Annies mac and cheese Adult food: Deli Platter from BJ's Fresh bread Sandwich toppers (sweet peppers, tomato, hot peppers) Pickled veggies Home made Greek Pasta salad Home made Sausage and Peppers (of course we picked at some of the kids food)
What People Drank
Mixed soda and beer for adults (in cooler & cooler stand) Vader-Ade (red Gatorade) in glass dispenser Yoda Soda (green Hawaiian punch) in glass dispenser Water 3 gallon from store
Watching the kids blast the black balloons in the "Save the Earth from Asteroids event" and later go on to have massive light-saber battles.
Setting the top tier of fondant on fire when I put the sparkle candles on the bottom tier. I had to extinguish the flames before he got to blow them out! I forgot that since the fondant was made form marshmallow it would light!
Most Touching Moment
My son telling me how awesome the party was and telling his friends how I made it all for him.
My Niece ho came with her cheeks painted as Princess Amidala
Tie Fighters - (100 calorie oreos with marshmallow middle) Light-sabers (pretzel rods dipped in red or blue candy melts) Pastries (someone brought) Home made cake (top tier vanilla, bottom tier chocolate, iced then topped with homemade marshmallow fondant)
Tin Piggy Banks either Darth Vader or R2D2 filled with Lego sugar candy in tupperware 2 home made chocolate x-wing fighters in little bags 1 glow stick
Activities / Games
Jedi Training: 1. Help c3po find his head 2. Defend the earth from asteroids 3. Cross the Mustafar lava field 4. Don’t drop the Stormtrooper 5. Save princess Leia from the Stormtroopers 6. Receive Jedi certificate 7. Get your first picture taken as a Jedi at the photo booth
Under $300 not sure