I'm still planning away. Here's a bunch of fun Star Wars B-day ideas (Here are my Lego ideas). My husband suggested that it would be much easier just offer my son a $100 and not have any party. Where would be the fun (and stress) in that?
Cutest knives ever (http://www.mycreativestirrings.com/2010/11/star-wars-kids-birthday-party.html)
I think I could even pull off this cupcake cake. (http://www.makeandtakes.com/star-wars-birthday-party-ideas)
How about a watermelon Death Star?(http://justjennrecipes.com/foodbuzz-24x24-the-ultimate-star-wars-party/2010/10/04/)
Here's a tutorial on how to make these cupcakes (I wonder what the chances are that I could pull them off) http://dabbled.org/2010/06/how-to-make-clone-trooper-cupcakes.html
This idea just totally cracked me up.
Dipped Pretzel Lightsabers (http://www.bringingupburns.com/2011/06/wyatts-star-wars-party.html
How cute is this shirt? http://www.bringingupburns.com/2011/06/wyatts-star-wars-party.html Do you think I'm too old for a shirt?
Love this idea for party favors http://www.bringingupburns.com/2011/06/wyatts-star-wars-party.html
Or if I can't still find pool noodles, we can make some out of balloons and TP rolls (http://zakkalife.blogspot.com/2009/07/how-to-make-lightsaber.html
This family actually made an Ewok hut (http://picnicsinthepark.blogspot.com/2010/05/star-wars-birthday-party-part-2-ewok.html)
If you've got any more fabulous ideas from a Galaxy far away, please share. Pretty please either leave me a comment or link up below (It will stay up forever). May the Force be with you.
I'm linking up this idea round-up at these parties here.