We just celebrated my middle dude's third birthday! Remember the take home onesies I blogged about here, yeah, well that baby is tots into Star Wars now and we rocked a Master Yoda party last weekend. If your boys are even half as obsessed as mine are (we're having a Dark Side party next month when my baby turns FIVE!) then I am sure you'll be coming up on a Star Wars party of your own one of these days!
We started our party with invitations I made using Picmonkey and clipart I bought here on Etsy. I also found a free Star Wars font that I was able to use with Picmonkey. I love to set the tone with a great invitation and Wyatt could not have been happier with how these turned out.
I did a TON of cutting and sewing for miles and miles of garland and did not get one photo of any of it...while you can't see it in action, here are the cut files for the Silhouette. I will caution anyone from using thick glittery paper, it was my worst nightmare then and I am still picking up glitter now.
For dessert, we went with our trusty SAMs club cake and to keep things simple and budget friendly, I cut small Yoda heads out and stuck them on gold straws to make cake toppers. My sweet friend Madison made cupcakes and I commissioned CJ for awesome Yoda, light saber, and Star Wars logo cookies! Desserts are obviously a priority over here.
Favors were simple with Star Wars coloring books I had collected months ago, thank you Target dollar bin, and crayons I packaged and washi taped on. I included a cute Yoda thank you tag and we were set to go.
A few details I loved...we had the Star Wars theme music playing the whole time guests arrived (you could hear it clear down the block), play on names like Yoda Soda, Vaderade, Jabba Jello, Padwan Pizza, and Wookie Cookies made all the guests smile, Yoda Easter baskets we collected months ago, and who can resist an awesome birthday t-shirt? The birthday shirt came from here, and the quality and turn around time made it a home run! I can't wait to order next time!
It was a great day had by all and Wyatt has taken to being THREE very well! He's already telling you he's three and he'll be four next time...let's slow down just a bit little bear!