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23 Star Wars Party Birthday Ideas You Will Love

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You don’t have to search in a galaxy far, far away to find awesome Star Wars birthday party ideas!

We’ve rounded up 23 out-of-this world Star Wars party ideas you will love! Get suggestions for decorations, birthday cakes, party favors, dessert tables, activities and menu items!  Get inspired by these creative ideas and the party planning force will be strong with you!

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Star Wars Printable Treat Cones

1. Star Wars Printable Treat Cones :: Hello My Sweet

Light sabers and Star Wars are pretty much inseparable, making this printable Star Wars light saber treat cone a must-have at your Star Wars party! Simply print out the template and assemble prior to filling with your guest of honor’s favorite party snack such as popcorn, candy or pretzels!

Star Wars Party Favor Bags

2. Star Wars Party Favor Bags :: Keren Precel Events

Create your own Star Wars party favor bags by attaching Star Wars character faces to black gift bags. Fill them up with Star Wars Stickers, Legos, books and treats!

Death Star Cake

3. Death Star Cake :: Partyummy

If you want to really wow party guests, bake up your own Death Star cake, complete with LED lighting! This multi-step process starts with a sphere-shaped Rice Krispies cake base covered in layers of ganache and fondant.

Good vs. Evil Star Wars Dessert Table

4. Good vs. Evil Star Wars Dessert Table :: Kiss With Style

Create drama at your Star Wars party with a good vs. evil dessert table! Adding themed decorations and treats inspired by both the light and dark forces can create this conflict between good and evil. Incorporating shades of red vs. blue and dark vs. light, as well as adding hints of evil characters such as Darth Vader and good characters like Yoda can further reinforce the contrast.

Star Wars Bowling Birthday Party

5. Star Wars Bowling Birthday Party :: Julie Anne Events

Strike it big with an Empire Strikes Back Star Wars Bowling party that pairs a bowling theme with cool Star Wars details. Check out the budget-friendly details for DIY decorations and embellished store bought treats!

Star Wars Party Activity Ideas

6. Star Wars Party Activity Ideas :: Mae Armstrong Designs

Awesome Star Wars party activity ideas make for an out-of-this world experience. Add a Jedi Training Academy to your list with activities like “Inflate Your Light Saber” station, “Destroy the Death Star” bean bag toss, “Fight in the Jedi Bubble Wars”, and “Free Han Solo” from the Jell-O game.

R2-D2 Cake

7. R2-D2 Cake :: Alex Nguyen Portraits

Layers and layers of cake are baked and stacked to create this unbelievable R2-D2 cake, covered in ganache, buttercream and then fondant. Rice Krispy treat legs and more fondant details make this cake entirely edible! What a cool cake for a Star Wars party!

Storm Trooper Cupcakes

8. Storm Trooper Cupcakes :: Spaceships and Laser Beams

Making Storm Trooper cupcakes is easier than you think! Using a food grade black marker, add Storm Trooper facial features to a marshmallow! Add the Storm Trooper marshmallow as a topper to a white-frosted cupcake!

Star Wars Inspired Party Favors

9. Star Wars Inspired Party Favors :: Shann Eva’s Blog

Why send home boring party favor bags when you can DIY your own Star Wars inspired bags inexpensively? All you need to get started is: white gift bags, sticky backed black craft foam and a permanent black ink marker.

Star Wars Macaroons

10. Star Wars Macarons :: Semi Sweet

Macarons by themselves are pretty impressive, but these Star Wars Macarons are definitely out of this world. Try your hand at decorating R2-D2, Death Star and Chewbacca inspired macarons using a basic macaron recipe and royal icing.

DIY Light Sabers

11. DIY Light Sabers :: Here Comes the Sun

Light sabers are a must at any Star Wars party. The good news is you can DIY your own using dollar store pool noodles, duct tape and electrical tape!

Star Wars Cupcakes

12. Star Wars Cupcakes ::  Tania Whiteley Blog

If you’ve got a knack for fondant, some patience and time on your hands, these Star Wars cupcakes are stellar! Fondant and an edible black food marker are the basics needed to create the toppers for these cupcakes.

Star Wars Sugar Cookies

13. Star Wars Sugar Cookies :: Spaceships and Laser Beams

Whip up a batch of Star Wars sugar cookies to represent key characters from the movie. All you need is a basic sugar cookie recipe and spring-loaded stamp style cookie cutters. To frost or not frost, that is your choice.

Cardboard Lanspeeder

14. Cardboard Landspeeder :: Pottery Barn Kids

Save your cardboard and DIY some cardboard landspeeders for your next Star Wars party! Guests can snack on party treats while they watch their favorite episode from the comforts of their very own hovercraft!

DIY Death Star Pinata

15. DIY Death Star Pinata :: Am I a Funny Girl?

DIY your own Death Star piñata for a fun Star Wars party game! It’s a relatively easy process covering an inflated beach ball with several layers of paper mache and adding details with paint.

Princess Leia Headband

16. Princess Leia Headband :: Disney Family

Princess Leia’s buns are iconic. In about 30 minutes, you can create your own Princess Leia headband for aspiring Jedi princesses using a brown headband, yarn, felt and a glue gun.

Star Wars Rice Krispies Treats

17. Star Wars Rice Krispies Treats :: Mom Endeavors

Whether you’re a fan of the dark side of the force or the light, whipping up a batch of these Star Wars Rice Krispies Treats for your party may just awaken some enthusiasm at your party. A basic Rice Krispies Treat recipe is used with a little green food coloring mixed in for Yoda and some cocoa powder and black food coloring used for Darth Vader.  Cookie cutters helped to create the shape!

Stormtrooper Marshmallow pops

18. Stormtrooper Marshmallows :: Catch My Party

Ordinary marshmallows just won’t cut it for a Star Wars party. Create this Stormtrooper Marshmallows easily using a black food safe marker.

Princess Leia Cupcakes

19. Princess Leia Cupcakes :: Paintbrushes and Popsicles

Transform a batch of your favorite cupcakes into Princess Leia cupcakes! In addition to baked cupcakes, all you need is some white, pink and black frosting and Oreo cookies for the buns!

Lightsaber Pretzels

20. Lightsaber Pretzels :: Two Sisters Crafting

You only need two ingredients to make these lightsaber pretzels—candy melts in lightsaber colors and pretzel rods. A simple melting, dipping and drying process later and party guests will have just as much fun playing with their food as eating it!

R2-D2 Garbage Can

21. R2-D2 Garbage Can :: Leah In Love

Whether you want a cool garbage can for guests to throw party trash into or need a cool inexpensive prop for a Star Wars dessert table, this R2-D2 garbage can serves both functions! Check out your local dollar store for an appropriately shaped garbage can and get to work recreating R2’s details from vinyl!

R2-D2 Popcorn Bags

22. R2-D2 Popcorn Bags :: HelloSociety

Now your Star Wars party guests can nibble their popcorn from stylish R2-D2 inspired popcorn bags! Simply print out an R2-D2 printable, cut to size and attach to a white paper lunch bag.

Star Wars Dessert Table Photo

23. Star Wars Dessert Table :: Mon Tresor (via Amy Atlas Blog)

If you’re in the dark on how to create a Star Wars dessert table, it’s time for some enlightenment.  Check out this simple dessert table made using a Star Wars backdrop, complete with the party guest’s name created using a Star Wars font. Star Wars themed toys and labels can add a pop to your table with some candy, light saber cupcakes and a simple Darth Vader toy topped cake included.

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Jennifer Carver

As the mother of 4 children, 3 of whom are busy boys, much of Jen’s free time is spent at the ball field, brushing up on video game terminology and building Lego towers. Jen is the owner and creative mind behind Banner Events. With a passion for event planning & party styling and an obsession with the little details that take an event from ordinary to extraordinary, Jen wakes up every morning excited to get to work.