|Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, Yoda, Han Solo, Ewok, and Princess Leia Cake Pops (Storm troopers not shown...they weren't very good. hehehe!)|
We needed light sabers for the kids, so Jesse and I made them out of pool noodles, duct tape, and black electrical tape. We have been playing with these non-stop since we made them weeks ago.
When it got dark, Jared set up our home theater speakers to a projector he purchased on ebay. I'm so glad he understands how all of those electronic things work, because you know I have no clue!
As Jared put Jesse into bed that night, he told him that it was the "best party ever." :) I just love that boy (sigh!).
|A barrel of light sabers|
|My Star Wars boys|
|I tried to deter this wardrobe choice. He wanted to wear all black, like Darth Vader, even if it was 85 degrees. He needed a lot of juice boxes!|
|Eli and Lizzy, joining the Jedis|
|Jared made a cake pop stand by drilling a bunch of holes in a board and painting it with chalkboard paint so we could use it again.|
|Blowing out the candle sticking out of Yoda's head.|
|I can't believe he's 6!!!|
|Enjoying the cake pops|
|Micah Bean and one of his best friends, Jaime|
|Our outdoor theater, complete with concession stand. We served boxes of movie theater candy, and popcorn with different seasonings|
|Micah and Jared enjoying the show|
|This little guy made it all the way to the end of the movie. Eli and Jesse were the only ones who stayed awake the whole time.|
|The boys. It was so funny that the boys sat on one blanket, and the girls sat on the other.|