And now for even more behind the scenes details on our party including free printables, a recipe, and a tutorial!
I used wooden crates covered in burlap to give a Jedi/Yoda vibe to the tablescape. Both of which I already had leftover from another party. $1 frames and printables were perfect to label the foods and tie everything together.
I created a printable invite that you can use for your next Star Wars™ party! Here is a blank version. You can add text to using your favorite photo editing program (I use PicMonkey).
Star Wars™ Cosmic Cereal Stars
Prep time: 25 minutes
Yield: 12 Stars/Bars
2 T. butter
10 oz. mini marshmallows
1/2 c. peanut butter
Stir in peanut butter and cereal.
Spread onto parchment paper lined baking sheet and allow to cool for 20 minutes.
Yogurt Lightsaber Handles
Fold in half and glue sides.
Use felt scraps and add stripes, buttons, and any other details you’d like.
Looking for game ideas for your Star Wars™ Party? Here is a fun memory game that you can print out for free!
I didn’t grow up watching Star Wars™ like most of my friends. I actually didn’t see any of them until I was adult. My husband jokes that I was probably the first adult to ever watch them in order starting with Episode 1 in 2001 and seeing them sequentially after that, ha! Did you grow up loving the series?
May The Force Be With You!
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