Star Wars Party Theme: Wild & Wookiee Party. Looking to turn your Star Wars party fun into a wookiee-palooza? This Star Wars party theme is all about the wookiees. Frosting, fur and sweets galore! Be sure to check out this awesome jedi training birthday party and all of our Star Wars Party ideas and inspiration!
In my house, we are huge nerds…we love Star Trek, Dr. Who, Marvel and so much more…but most of all…it’s Star Wars. We are Star Wars nerds to the core. I have literally designed so many Star Wars themed parties in my head, I just had to share a few. Soooo…I did it all for the Wookiee! Ok, but seriously…in anticipation of the upcoming Solo Movie, I wanted to make a party to celebrate the galaxy’s greatest copilot and my little munchkin’s favorite Star Wars character: Chewbacca!
This party was just a simple spread I put together for fun:) I kept the decor very simple, with the colors focused around the black and white of my Modern Star Wars printables and the classic brown of Chewbacca.
All the fun goodies were made to look like Chewbacca with exaggerated eyes and yummy chocolate fur. I made a fun Chewbacca cake. If you would like to recreate this cake, check out the Chewbacca Cake tutorial.
For the cupcakes, I made simple chocolate cupcakes with chocolate frosting and put candy eyes in the frosting so the looked like little Chewie heads peaking over the top of black and white candy cups.
We happen to have several Chewbacca figures at my house (I did mention we were a little Star Wars obsessed, right?) These partiular figures are the Chewbacca and the Chewbacca Bobble Head.
I cut out the Wild & Wookie Cake Topper and glued it to a black and white straw to make the cake topper. Wookie is totally the best Star Wars party theme…am I right?
For this party, I made two types of cookies. Gingerbread Wookiees and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie Wookies. Both were as simple as they were adorable!!
This Chewbacca is the Playskool Galatic Heroes Chewbacca. The backdrop was a simple mixture of black and white polka dot balloons and brown tissue poms. The backdrop took me about 10 mins to put together and hang. I used white poster board that I cut into strips and taped the balloons and poms onto the poster board in the shape I was wanting. Then I could easily hang the poster board as one piece instead of hanging individual pieces.
My favorite dessert from the party was the rice krispie Wookiees. I have a fun and easy tutorial for how to make these Chewbacca treats as well!
The treat boxes were tied with some Chewbacca fur and had an assortment of chocolate and caramel fit for a Wookiee!! Here’s my little guys loving his party! My little Rowdy sure loves his Chewbacca Tsum Tsum!! Don’t you love this adorable “I speak Wookie” onesie??
This Chewbacca figure is the Disney Infinity Chewbacca.
I also made a Chewbacca brown tassle banner for the table. Simple and cute, and of course, Rowdy is trying to peak at his table of treats!!
The water bottle labels work great on traditional water bottles, but I also figured, Wookiees probably drink stouter stuff that plain water…so we used frappaccino bottles for the “Wookie Water”
Here is a close-up of the tassle banner…so fun and easy!!
Be sure to check out this awesome Star Wars themed party, this jedi training birthday party and all of our Star Wars Party ideas and inspiration! Also check out the Chewbacca cake tutorial, Chewbacca rice krispies tutorial and the Wookiee Cookies tutorial.
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