Ready for even more Angry Birds ideas? From Party Favors (Angry Birds hats and DIY candy containers) to food (Angry Birds pizza and funny fruit faces) and of course, the thank you notes, we’ve got tons of amazing ideas to make your Angry Birds party well, totally amazing. Read on!
Know that angry yellow bird that flies so quick on the second tap? Well, his shape makes a great party hat. Mama J’s blog, The Contemplative Creative Project, has instructions for these toppers. Print out those faces and glue them on, and your little birds will be chirping (with pleasure).the Contemplative Creative
Follow those wise-hats up with Angry Birds gift bags. These are easy to create yourself with the ever-friendly print-outs from The Party Animal.
Get a little tech-savvy with these cute USBs. They can be adapted into keychains or toys, but kids will never let them go (and neither will the parents because these can carry up to 8GBs!). $8
Andrea Macleod at Baking in Saskatoon released her recipe to making homemade Angry Bird cake pops that will fit right into your gift bags.
This candy bouquet from LynnsCandyCreations comes with a customized souvenir cup chalked with Angry Bird themed treats! It’s $24 for 6 party favors or $32 for 8. Contact her if you have bigger party requests.
If you’re into DIY, stickers will do amazing things. Buy a pack of sweets, mini-notebooks or yo-yos and transform them Angry Birds style in a few seconds. You can download free printables here from Best Gift Ideas or get them by The Oatmeal, whose drawings are comical and unique.
We love these easy mini Angry Birds pizzas. Buy either pre-made pizza dough or make your own. If you want an extra birthday activity, each kid can decorate their own Angry Birds mini-pizza.
Don’t want to slave over the oven? Here’s a no bake hassle idea: yummy salami and cheese bagels. Everyone is guaranteed to love these treats.Katrina Cooks
On the healthier side for the little birdies, here’s an idea for simple cute Angry Birds fruits with pineapples and watermelons.
Or if you’re looking for something a little easier, take a large watermelon it into a king piggie fruit bowl. This will surely be a big hit with your guests.Cheekie Monkie
And what’s a party without some cake? Check out these amazing cakes designs below.
This is the most impressive on our list. Looking for a challenge? This cake is interactive and completely edible. Mike Cooper has provided an extensive how-to on creating the famous interactive Angry Birds game.
Take the table over with this full-spread chocolate cake that looks too good to eat! Completely home-made, everyone will be astonished when your cake is revealed.
Surprise everyone with your culinary skills and learn how to make a lovely round cake. Rosebakes shares her method of getting that perfect ball with wrinkle-free fondant.
Cupcakecavern posts their instructions to making great designs from 1D to 3D replicas of your favorite birdies. Now you can go big or small with delicate cupcake designs or elaborate cake monuments.Thrifty Fun
But we get it if you want it simple and closer to the table. Kadbury shares her tips on how to get your cake looking just as professional as these ones (and they aren’t – they’re 100% homemade).
Thank You Cards
Now that your guest have all flown to their nests, don’t forget to send them a little thank you card. Whether you’re up for some home-made crafting or buying them online, stick with the Angry Birds theme to leave your note of appreciation.
We love this simple, clean design from Mama J. She offers an tutorial and the print-outs for you to follow, and the results will come out as perfect as any store-bought card.
Or order these eye-grabbing cards from Whoo’s Invited at $1 each (envelope included) to let everyone know how much fun they’ve brought to your party!
Who is going to throw an Angry Birds birthday party? Do you have any more suggestions for our readers for party invites, decorations, food or games?
— Christal Yuen