Lego Star Wars Party

A Star Wars- and Lego-loving boy I know just turned six! As you might guess, there are a wealth of parties out there to draw from, many with free printables. Yea! After several months of collaborative Pinterest board building, we had quite a selection of ideas to choose from–some Lego, some Star Wars, some Lego Star Wars.

As you may know, I do NOT do licensed character/themed parties. Yes, I made these invitations because the birthday boy is my nephew. No, I do not sell them, so please don’t ask, mmmK?

Thanks for your understanding!

They featured a Lego lightsaber handle and a pull-out folded saber with the invitation text printed right on.

It read, “Lightsabers, Minifigures and Lego Bricks. Jedi Jack is turning six! Celebrate we must! (Party date, time and location)

Attend will you? Do or do not. There is no try. Respond you must to the Jedi Council at (contact info).”

Now, onto the festivities of the day! Even though the pool was a bit too cool, there was still plenty of fun in the sun to be had.

This No. 6 sign made from Legos hung on the back gate to welcome guests to the party area.

The playhouse camouflaged in green branches was transformed into an Ewok Village. Look who the birthday boy found hiding up there!

There were epic noodle lightsaber battles, some bouncy house fun and even a Darth Vader pinata.

They paused for a walk on the Dark Side with this Darth Vader photo opp. Luke was there too!

The fun didn’t stop when it was time to eat.

This cute name banner is from BellyTickles on Etsy.

I’m loving these simple lightsaber napkin treatments Amanda made using this tutorial from Catch My Party.

And how cute are the drink boxes wrapped like Lego bricks? Here’s a link to the free printable file she used from Delia Creates.

There was also R2D2 water, mini bottles which were easily transformed with a geometric design printed and trimmed to size, and what else, but green Yoda Soda!

Download the free printable water bottle labels here.

droid water bottle labels

There was plenty of themed food to choose from too.

Lego Brick Oven Pizza

Leia Buns

Ewok Grahams

Chewie Granola Bars (you know you want to laugh)

Lego Spuds

Buildable candy bricks, pretzel lightsabers and more, including some awesome lightsaber freezer pop cozies from HandcraftingHarmony on Etsy. Brilliant!

And these fun candy lightsabers from extramoneyformommy also on Etsy. Sorry I don’t have any photos of those to share!

After all that food, and a lot more play, it was time for cake complete with lots of crazy cool fondant minifigures. I’m sure the birthday boy was in Lego Star Wars heaven.

Happy 6th Jedi Jack!

15 thoughts on “Lego Star Wars Party

  1. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!My brothers are CRAZY about LEGOS.

  2. The photo opp was freehand painted with craft store paint on a tri-fold cardboard standup like you might use for a book fair or science fair project so that it would stand up on its own. Hope this helps!

  3. How did you make the Darth Vader cutout photo opp? Have you painted it with water colours? Will use some of our moving boxes as cardboard. Is it on support so it won’t fall over? Thanks so much!

  4. Thanks, Natalie! They were printed on plain white printer paper and, knowing my sister, I’m guessing taped closed from the inside. I have tried water proof labels before and wasn’t happy with how they held up in water. These weren’t being iced down so the paper was fine.

  5. Love the water bottles!!! Did you print on paper and tape/glue it or print on sticker paper? Thanks!

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