This Angry Birds Movie Party is compensated, but all opinions are mine alone.
My kids are just the right age now to really appreciate a good family movie. Lydia is almost 7 and Bryce is almost 5… and we couldn’t wait to see the Angry Birds movie together in the theater! We even counted down the days leading to the premiere and celebrated with a family dinner afterwards. Now, we’re bringing the Angry Birds Movie home with an Angry Birds Movie Party, complete with a themed popcorn bar, printable photo props, and a fun outdoor game.
On a small table in your backyard, have your children set up a wooden pig structure using a wood stacking game. The higher the structure, the more wobbly it will become, just like the rickety structures in the Angry Birds movie.
Top the structure with an Angry Birds pig. Stand back and launch your Angry Birds characters at the green pig and his structure. Whoever gets the pig and most of the structure down wins. Boom! Don’t forget to take pictures and video because the results will be comical. With unlimited talk, text, and data, Walmart Family Mobile’s Plus Plan for just $49.88 a month is ideal to capture all the fun and share it with friends and family members.
After our outdoor fun, we headed inside for an Angry Birds photo shoot. You can print all five character props here:
As you can see, Bryce especially likes the pigs – he’s still repeating his favorite piggy phrase from the movie: “Set sail for Piggy Island!”
Now, time for the popcorn bar! Here are some of the ingredients you will need:
- Popped popcorn
- For Red: freeze-dried strawberries or raspberries
- For Bomb: melted dark chocolate
- For Matilda: white cheddar cheese popcorn topping
- For Chuck: melted butter & salt
- Additional ingredients: green candies, eyeball candies, sprinkles to match each bird
Want to add some more fun to your popcorn bar? Put out some popping candy to match Bomb’s explosive personality, and maybe (for the adults) some spicy seasoning to match Red’s heated temperament.
Notice the photo props also double as popcorn and candy bowl decorations? Don’t they look awesome?
We purchased these coordinated popcorn buckets in red, yellow, black, and white to match each of the characters we featured. To make the popcorn bucket, combine your favorite flavor popcorn (raspberry-dark chocolate was awesome), top with green candies and eyeballs, and add sprinkles.
What goes perfectly with Angry Birds popcorn? Green pig juice, of course! This juice is made with frozen lime concentrate, lime slices, and lots of ice. Just like King Leonard at the end of the movie when (SPOILER ALERT!) the birds get their eggs back, the juice is super green and just a bit bitter.