Star Wars Party

Star Wars Party

 

 

Star Wars Birthday Party Invitations

Address each Star Wars birthday party invitation to “Padawan” or “Jedi” and then the guest’s name (for example “Padawan Jake” or “Jedi Aimee”). Inside the invitation you can write something like:

“8 years ago in a galaxy far away, a boy was born, his name is Jarred, and he is strong with the force! His Jedi training is progressing well, but he needs the help of others. A call is sent out for other brave younglings to learn the way of the Jedi. You have been chosen to join forces with Jarred and the Jedi. If you are up to the challenge, make your way to: (place of party). MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU!” RSVP to the Jedi Council”.

Here are all kinds of variations that can be written for the Star Wars birthday party invitations:

Cardboard Instructions

  • Please join us for Jedi Billy’s Star Wars birthday party as he fights the dark side of the force!
  • You are invited to a galactic adventure with Anthony! You’ll take part in Jedi training and go out on your mission to rescue and protect Princess Leia, as she has been taken prisoner by Darth Vader!
  • In a galaxy not so far away, in the year 2004, a baby was born. From the beginning, his energy and strength drew the attention of the Jedi council who named the child John Smith. In the 6 years following his birth, young John learned the powers of the force. In recent time, the Jedi knights have felt a disturbance in the force generated by the dark side. The Jedi council have called upon young Padawan John to seek out future Jedi. Your presence is requested to complete this very important Jedi training!
  • You’re invited to an ‘out of this world’ Star Wars birthday party!
  • Attention Jedi Warriors! May the force be with you as you make your journey to a galaxy far far away!
  • Nathan will be named a Jedi, marking his 7th birthday. The galactic council requests your presence at his Star Wars birthday party!
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  • Please join us for Jedi Billy’s Star Wars birthday party as he fights the dark side of the force!
  • You are invited to a galactic adventure with Anthony! You’ll take part in Jedi training and go out on your mission to rescue and protect Princess Leia, as she has been taken prisoner by Darth Vader!
  • In a galaxy not so far away, in the year 2004, a baby was born. From the beginning, his energy and strength drew the attention of the Jedi council who named the child John Smith. In the 6 years following his birth, young John learned the powers of the force. In recent time, the Jedi knights have felt a disturbance in the force generated by the dark side. The Jedi council have called upon young Padawan John to seek out future Jedi. Your presence is requested to complete this very important Jedi training!
  • You’re invited to an ‘out of this world’ Star Wars birthday party!
  • Attention Jedi Warriors! May the force be with you as you make your journey to a galaxy far far away!
  • Nathan will be named a Jedi, marking his 7th birthday. The galactic council requests your presence at his Star Wars birthday party!
  • In a galaxy far, far away, on the morning of (birth date), a baby was born. The Jedi Council named him Jamie and they knew he was the chosen one. In the 7 years that followed his birth, young Jamie has been learning the powers of the force. Meanwhile, the republic discovered a new enemy. The Jedi knights felt a strong disturbance in the force. Fear, pain and suffering have opened the path to the Darkside. Many Jedi Knights have been lost. The very future of the Jedi Order is now in jeopardy. Young Padawan Jamie has been called by the Jedi Council to seek out future Jedi. Master Yoda is urging the younglings to complete their training and take part in the upcoming trials. Padawan (guest’s name) presence is requested to complete his/her Jedi Training and prepare for the trials on (date). Transport to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, will be departing promptly on (time) from the (your last name) System, Docking Bay (address). Please advise the Jedi Council as soon as possible at (phone number) whether Padawan (guest’s name) will accept the challenge of the trials. May the force be with you!

 

You can download this free Star Wars font called “Distant Galaxy” (the main Star Wars font) and use it for your Star Wars birthday party invitations. With each invitation, it could be a nice extra touch to add star confetti, a few glow in the dark stars, Star Wars magnets, stickers, and/or tattoos, etc.

PARTY GAMES

Jedi Training Course

Here’s one of those Star Wars birthday party games you can play right when all the kids arrive, they must go through this training course to become a Jedi! The best way to set this up is to have stations the kids need to go through and accomplish a task. Have an adult take control of each station. Here are a few examples for Jedi training course stations:

1) The kids need to crawl under a few chairs, go up a small ladder, down a slide, and jump through tires. 2) Watch kid gets a light saber (can be a noodle or foam pipe) and they need to hit little ping-pong balls a certain distance, pop 10 bubbles, and keep a balloon in the air for 20 seconds. 3) While blindfolded, each kid needs to pin a light saber on a Jedi (cut up paper light sabers and the kids need to pin them as close as possible on a Jedi poster). At the end of the Jedi training course, each kid officially becomes a Jedi and receives a “Jedi Identification Card” and possibly a certificate!

You can also create a scene where adults come out dressed up as Star Wars characters showing everyone how to use their light sabers (long balloons that won’t hurt anyone). Check out how energetic these kids are (playing Star Wars music in the background really helps!):

Pin the Light Saber

Cut rectangular “light sabers” out of green, pink, yellow and/or blue construction paper. Just like “Pin the Tail on the Donkey”, the kids try and pin the light saber on a Darth Maul/Jedi/or any other relevant Star Wars character poster. Each kid can wear a Clone Trooper mask and then a scarf on top of their eyes. Another variation – perfect for younger jedi, print out a picture of Yoda and print out lots of his hears. Then use double stick (roll on) tape for “Pin the Ears on Yoda”. And yet another variation is “Pin the TIE Fighters on the Death Star”. For this take black poster board and cut out a very large circle, then with a silver Sharpie pen draw lines to create the Death Star. Then use the remaining poster board to cut out little TIE Fighters (also drawn on with the silver marker).

Jedi vs. Sith Tag Game

A guest is chosen to be a Jedi knight and all the rest of the guests are each a Sith. The game starts when an adult or any other person who is not inside of the game yells “May the force be with you!”, that’s when the Jedi tries to tag as many Sith as they can. If a Sith is caught by the Jedi they need to go to an area called “Sith Prison” (can be an area bordered with chairs or tape). When they are in the Sith Prison they stand with their legs apart waiting to be rescued (the only way to be rescued from prison is if another Sith player who isn’t caught crawls through the captured Sith player’s legs). The game is played until everyone has been caught or if it’s time to move to other Star Wars birthday party games.

Pass the Death Star

This game is similar to the “Hot Potato” game. Take a big ball (can be a basketball, soccer ball, etc.) and wrap it completely with aluminum foil (you may need some clear tape to hold it together around the ball). Have someone take care of the music (turning it on and off throughout the game). Have everyone sit in a circle and when the music starts playing (music from any of the Star War’s movies), the kids pass the ‘Death Star’ around in a circle. When the music stops, the person holding the Death Star moves out of the circle. The person controlling the music should have their back to the players (so that the music is turned off at random moments, without them seeing who is out). The last person to stay in the circle – wins! (You can give everyone a prize just for playing the game so that they all feel they’ve won). This can be so much fun and is one of the coolest Star Wars birthday party games.

Star Wars Moon Rock Hunt

Put small little gifts and/or treats inside aluminum foil and bunch each up to look like a moon rock or asteroid. Before you begin with your Star Wars birthday party games, hide all of them around the party area and let the kids go look for them. Tell each kid to find only one (so that they’ll leave the others for guests who haven’t found one yet). The kids will love the excitement of hunting for their own moon rock!

Which Star Wars Character Am I?

For this Star Wars game you first need to print out lots of pictures of all the different Star Wars characters. Once each guest arrives, tape one of the Star Wars character pictures on their back (without them knowing who it is!). The guests need to find out who they are, and they do this by asking no and yes questions to figure it out (for example: “Am I a woman?”, “Am I a bad guy?”, “Do I have a light saber?, etc.). You can either have the kids pair up or have one stand in front of the whole group. The important thing is to tell each guest not to tell the other guests their character, let everyone figure it out by themselves.

Sharpening Jedi Senses

This is one of those fun Star Wars birthday party games to sharpen the guest’s senses and get them ready to be a real Jedi! Before the party you’ll need to organize tape-recorded mystery sounds, zoom in on pictures (so that the image is hardly recognized), make a box that has two holes in it (the guests will need to stick their hands in the box and guess what’s inside), different food samples the kids will need to taste, and all kinds of different things they will need to smell with a blindfold on.

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