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Besides making logos, you can also design and generate graphics from this web design software. The Star Wars birthday party ideas below were originally intended for a kid's theme party.
For a Star Wars birthday party theme think about sending out these 20" inflatable lightsabers (Click Supplier 1) as the invitation. These will make quite an impression if you hand them out already inflated (do it on the school run or you could mail them out in tubes like these). For older children, you could use these more authentic light-up (left) or glow in the dark (right) lightsabers (both available from supplier 3). Another idea for a 3D Star Wars invitation would be to send out these Han Solo in carbonite chocolate bars along with the VIP passes mentioned above.
If you prefer to make your own, try these paper lightsaber invitations (below, by Jami at The Blackberry Vine). There are many different personalized Star Wars party invtiations available, such as the ones below. To really customize your Star Wars birthday invitations, you can create your own personalized postage stamps. Just upload a photo of the birthday boy or girl dressed as their favorite character (select supplier 1 or 3 for cheapest costumes) and the personalized stamps will be shipped to you. Die hard Star Wars fans will instantly recognise Blue Bantha Milk (which Luke drinks with his aunt and uncle in Episode IV: A New Hope). Check out this cute recipe for Yoda Soda (right, by Highlander and Islander from Hi Cookery) which uses lime sherbet and Sprite to create a frothy green drink. Alternatively, serve Yoda's Dagobah Swamp Juice by renaming this recipe from Disney Family Fun. Float Darth Vader ice cubes (click supplier 3) in the drinks for extra presentation (below right). Use this recipe for Sparkling Strawberry-Lemonade Slush (below left, from Betty Crocker) as Lava Juice from the planet of Mustafar (where the climactic battle between Anakin and Obi Wan took place in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith).
Kids love anything that glows, so serve these drinks in red glow cups (click supplier 6 or 7) to extra presentation.
Make your party drinks a bit more special with these Star Wars ice cube trays (click supplier 3). She simply made Margaritas and put them into clear plastic cups with lime wedges for ears, then drew Yoda faces on the cups with a Sharpie. If you can't get hold of Blavod just serve Black Russians (vodka, Cola and coffee liqueur, such as Kahlua). Here's a great recipe for an alcoholic version of Blue Bantha Milk (right, by Jessie of Castles and Cooks), adapted from a classic White Russian cocktail of vodka, Kahlua, and cream. Below are some of the best recipes I've stumbled across to go with these Star Wars birthday party ideas.
Get creative with toppings to make Star Wars party theme pizzas like this Darth Vader one made with olives and mushrooms, and a Yoda one with olives, green peppers, broccoli, feta cheese, cauliflower, and mushrooms, (both by Rama Hughes via Flickr).
Cover cake pops with grey frosting and label them Death Star cake pops (don't forget to make a little indent in the frosting to look like the real thing).
If you're feeling a bit more adventurous, check out these Star Wars cake pops (below left, by Bakerella and below right by Sweet Thingz) for ideas on how to decorate them like some of the characters.
Make your own Sarlac Pit Dip (from Episode VI: Return of the Jedi) by creating a well in a wide bowl of hummus.

Similarly you could make a Dagobah Dip (from Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back) using guacamole. Make these Chewbacca Gingerbread Men (below left, by Karla at Vegancraftastic) by pressing some dough through a garlic press to make the hair. Pick up these Star Wars Vehicle Cookie Cutters or Star Wars Pancake Molds (click supplier 3) and use them to shape sandwiches, pizzas, cheese slices, or cookies. Alternatively, use these Star Wars character cookie cutters (click supplier 3) to shape different foods or make cookies (such as these Darth Vader cookies below right by Bridget at Bake at 350). Make 'Lightsaber' fruit kebabs, or dip Pretzel sticks into different colored icing to make mini lightsabers. Make these Chocolate-Covered Salted Peanut Caramel Cups (below, by David Lebovitz) and call them Chewbacca Chews. While I was researching recipes for a Star Wars birthday party I came across some amazing recipes on the Official Star Wars Blog created by Just Jenn Recipes.
These Princess Leia cupcakes (below left) are just so cute, and these Green Tea Yoda Oreos (below right) are made using the Star Wars cookie cutters I mentioned above.
This Han Solo in Jell-o Carbonite (below left) is genius-and so simple, so is this Ewok food (below right) which is just goldfish crackers, pretzels, and cranberries.
Jill from Kitchen Fun with my 3 Sons also has a great collection of really creative recipes for a Star Wars birthday party theme.
I also love this simple dinner she made (below left) with a Chewbacca hot dog and bun, a mashed potato Stormtrooper and a Yoda salad. These C3PO cookies are a lot simpler to make than they look, they're basically just Oreos dipped into yellow candy melts. For a healthy option make this Yoda face from grapes, or have a bit of fun with these Jawa jello jigglers (which is just strawberry and lime jello mixed to make it brown, then cut out using this cookie cutter). If you're not quite as artistic in the kitchen and just want to make some simple cupcakes, use these Star Wars stencils (click supplier 3) to add some decoration. These Star Wars pez dispensers (click supplier 3) would make a great addition to a dessert table.
Finally, if your Star Wars birthday party is for adults it just won't be complete without these Princess Leia Danish Do's (above right, by Highlander and Islander at Hi Cookery). For more Star Wars birthday party recipes, check out these two Star Wars Cookbooks (click supplier 3).
If you want to make your own cake, you can get this fantastic Darth Vader Baking Pan (click supplier 1). If you're no expert cake decorator you can pick up one of these edible images for your Star Wars birthday party which you can just place on top of your birthday cake.
Another quick and easy option is to use this large plastic Darth Vader Cake Poptop (click supplier 3) which at approx 10" tall x 8" wide you can just place on top of a cake.
Then use a mixture of square and rectangular black, white or clear plates and bowls to present food on.
To make a Star Wars logo to dress the front of the table, download this free font (just download, unzip the folder, then drag the font files into the font folder on your computer). Use these Star Wars cardboard stand ups (click supplier 1) to dress the table—there are lots of different characters available.
Frame the scene by hanging a personalized Star Wars banner (click supplier 1) above the table, there are several different designs available. Alternatively, for a budget option you could use one of these ready made Star Wars birthday party banners (click supplier 1). Make a paper mache death star (see the Decorations section on page 2 of these Star Wars birthday party ideas for more info) and hang this as part of the scene.
Finally, make some of these Star Wars ships out of card stock using the color templates which are free to download (see the Decorations section on page 2 for more info) and hang these from the ceiling to complete the scene.
If you don't want to make the models, you could embellish the stars and space background with some of these Star Wars decals (click supplier 1). There are a number of larger Star Wars wall decals (click supplier 3) available which you could use to create a backdrop for a dessert table.

You choose a dominant color and a pattern in Color Wheel, we list four-color palettes to colorize your logo. You can adopt Pencil, Pen and Brush to draw any curves on canvas and cut or split shapes as any way you like. However, a Star Wars party theme is popular with lots of adult too, so I've also included ideas for things like cocktail recipes and other party supplies so that you can easily put together a Star Wars birthday party for an adult if you want.
Plus, there's the added advantage that the kid's can bring them with the lightsabres to the party to take part in 'Jedi training' games. Check out my other page dedicated to Star Wars Birthday Party Invitations to view more and where to buy.
There are several designs available such as Han Solo frozen in carbonite, R2D2 Darth Vader, The Millennium Falcon and X Wing Fighters. Or if you've got more patience you could try making these Totooine or Stormtrooper ones (below center and right, by Vingtdeux via Flickr).
Place spinach, broccoli, and Pretzel sticks around the edge of the bowl to look like the swamp. For adults you could use the a Yoda cookie cutter to make these green grilled cheese sandwiches using Wasabi Gouda. Likewise, this Darth Vader cheese ball is just covered with blue chips and black olives to make the features. Just hold one of the stencils over a frosted cupcake and sprinkle with cinnamon, cocoa, or confectioner's (icing) sugar to create the shapes. If you don't already own these, I recommend these Premium Plastic Plates (click supplier 1), they're really good value and look much nicer than paper plates.
Although these sit flat against the wall so you don't get the nice 3D effect achieved with a stand up. By defining canvas size from minimum 13*10 to maximum 2880*2049, you can apply the output graphics in kinds of aspects in business, like icons, cards, banners and posters. Then attach these plastic VIP passes, which are also $2 each, with all the party details printed onto them.
If you have a toy X-Wing fighter dip it into the center of the bowl as if it's crashed, or place a small Yoda figure on the edge of the bowl.
Alternatively, you can fill the molds with chocolate to make Chocolate Darth Vaders (these also work well as cupcake toppers). She also has a cool Mexican take on this (below right) with a tortilla Stormtrooper, shredded lettuce Yoda and a Chewbecca of refried beans. Alternatively fill these Han Solo in Carbonite Molds (click supplier 3) with chocolate and use as cupcake toppers. If you want to make it larger, you could print each letter individually (with the exception of the 'ST' of Star and the 'RS' of Wars which are joined) then mount them onto a larger piece of card. Don't worry if your budget wont allow for that many, you can still make an impressive display with just one or two. For a quicker option, use one of these Cake Pop Makers (click supplier 3) to make simple cake balls in approx 5 mins, then just cover in frosting. If you have any Star Wars action figures place one on the edge of the bowl with one of the gummi tentacles wrapped around it's leg as if pulling it into the pit.
Alternatively, you could save this hi resolution Star Wars logo, stretch it to enlarge, then print off. The great thing about these stand ups is that you can also use them to create great photo ops—let the guests have their picture taken in a lightsaber dual with Darth Maul or Obi Wan. Plus you can easily peel and re-stick them, so you can use them to decorate your child's bedroom after the party.

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