Noah requested a STAR WARS LEGO party, we pretty much all saw that coming but we have already done two Lego parties in the past and I wanted to come up with something different than what we have already done. And thanks to Pinterest that wasn't too difficult. What was hard was keeping it simple and not getting carried away with all those Pinterest finds. We don't get to crazy with parties just a few friends of Noah's and family, this year only Grandparents were able to come.
Our big thing was the food, and Noah had fun deciding the menu:
Dagobah Dogs (pigs in a blanket)
Endor Edibles (veggie tray)
Death Star Dip (ranch dip)
Hoth Balls (powdered sugar donut holes)
Yoda Soda (lime sherbet and sprite)
Bantha Milk (milk)
I made some simple tags for the buffet, you could get really creative with your tags. I did simple solid colors to match the legos.
Simple, Noah, David and I spent the week before the movie assembling all of Noah and David's Star Wars Lego sets: Tie Fighter, Millennium Falcon, some pod racers. We also collected and assembled all the minifigures, lightsabers and costumes we had.
At this age the kiddos still just want to play in the playroom. But Noah did request a Star Wars Bingo and I set up a solid colored back drop to take pics of anyone in costume.
STAR WARS BINGO - Noah assembled his Star Wars Lego minifigures and let him and Grandma take pics of each one on a solid backdrop. My wonderful and patient husband threw together some bingo cards which I then printed for each kiddo. I put the minifigures in a bowl and that is what I used to draw and the kids used lego bricks as markers. I found gummy Star Wars candy at Halloween to give as prizes.
PARTY FAVORS: Mini Lightsabers
I purchased a tub of glow bracelets at Michael's for a $1 each (15 bracelets in each tub) and labeled them with stickers saying: "Jedi Noah May the Force Be With You" or "Jedi Aiden The Force is Strong With This One".
Here are some pics from our little family celebrating Noah on his actual birthday!