Simple tassel garland across the hutch.
Martha Stewart paper lanterns and wheels.
Her name garland across the mantel.
The chocolate bird nests are super easy and fun, especially for a bird party.
I found little bird cut outs for the food area.
Each child decorated white paper bags with foam circles to make a bird body with feathers and eyes. They wrote their names on their bags and used them later on for a "bird egg" hunt.
E. waiting for her friends to show up. She's wearing an owl dress from this cute line at Target called "Cat and Jack."
Fruit kabobs. My daughter had fun making these and the kids loved them.
Lots of crackers, cheese, and things to nibble on.
Bird Nest with eggs in it (pretzels and marshmallows.)
I don't know why, but I thought ants on a log would be something a bird would eat, so it seemed to fit.
Deviled eggs make another good bird themed food.
Had to sneak in for a quick pic!
The finished bird bag.
I wish I had taken a photo the whole basket of eggs, but they turned out really cute. We used plastic Easter eggs and I spray painted them with stone spray to give them a speckled egg look. We filled them with felt bird stickers, jelly beans, plastic balls, and tootsie rolls. One special egg had a silver bird charm.
A bird theme party was super fun and super easy. Her love of animals must come from me. We'd have a whole zoo at home if my kids had their way.