01 of 08
When Lauren of Crazy About my Baybah needed last minute cupcake toppers for her son's birthday, she got creative with a bag of marshmallows and made these easy stormtrooper cupcakes. Not only are they adorable, but completely edible. Move over, paper toppers, and make room for the marshmallow troopers!Continue to 2 of 8 below.
02 of 08
Light Saber PretzelsContinue to 3 of 8 below.
03 of 08
What better way to wash down those lightsaber pretzels than with some thirst-quenching water? But since we're celebrating Star Wars, plain old water just won't do. After all, if the pretzels are lightsabers, shouldn't the water be Star Wars-themed as well? Mimi, of Mimi's Dollhouse shares a Star Wars party that featured her creative printables, one of which is this fantastic label for turning ordinary H2O into "Luke Skywater."Continue to 4 of 8 below.
04 of 08
Yoda Soda and Vader Ade
Who doesn't love using labels to turn ordinary party food into extraordinary edibles that fit perfectly into your party theme? Well, that's exactly what Penny of Penny's Parties did when she made these Yoda Soda and Vadar Ade beverage dispensers for this Star Wars birthday party. Drink up, young Jedis!Continue to 5 of 8 below.
05 of 08
Jabba the Pizza HutContinue to 6 of 8 below.
06 of 08
When Sarah Short of Short Stop Blog wanted to celebrate Star Wars Day (May the 4th) with her kids, she created a menu of simple, fun, Star Wars themed food. Included on her menu was this awesome creation of carbonite jello. Check out her ideas and make some Han-Solo-suspended-in-gelatin of your own -- sure to be a hit at your kids' Star Wars party!Continue to 7 of 8 below.
07 of 08
Another gem from Penny's Parties are these adorable Wookie cookies! Serve them at your Star Wars party, and I'll bet no one will resist these "chewy" delights.Continue to 8 of 8 below.
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