Star Wars – Bring The Force to Breakfast

We have a lot of fun with Star Wars at our house. Most of which we credit to Dad  for introducing it in the family years ago with a full on movie marathon ( yes, we own EVERY one!). When we discovered the new Star Wars Cereal it seemed only fitting that we Bring The Force to Breakfast for Dad this Father’s Day. (click here to get $1.00 off Star Wars cereal!)

Star Wars Cereal coupon

On top of the Star Wars cereal, we decided to put together a few more themed items. DIY light-sabers for the whole family, printable storm trooper masks for our servers, and of course I downloaded our theme music. It was so simple to put together!

Star Wars – Bring The Force to Breakfast

Star Wars Breakfast party

I had seen a ton of parties with DIY light sabers but I had no idea how easy it really was until we did it. It was a super inexpensive and took all of about 10 minutes to put together. I expect to have random light saber challenges all summer long.

Star Wars DIY Light Sabers

We printed and cut out storm trooper masks for our servers and intro’ed them in with theme music. They did a great job!

Storm troopers Star Wars Cereal

What they didn’t know was that Dad had a surprise waiting for them!! Plot Twist! Watch our video below to see what happens next….

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We had a lot of family fun making this Father’s Day special for Dad. Between June 2015 and June 2016, 6 limited edition boxes featuring different characters will be released. The boxes will come out in pairs and each will feature a “light side” and “dark side” character. I’ll be picking them up as they come out and no doubt everyone will remember the fun we created today. I’ll also be using the $1.00 OFF coupon for future purchases. Don’t forget to download yours here!

We’ve collected a few more ideas on creating your own Star Wars party here.

Which side of The Force are you on? 

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