Throwing a spy-themed birthday party is easy with these 20+ cool spy birthday party ideas. From code names to hidden clues, these secret agent spy party ideas are top secret clues are are willing to share!
If you’re looking for an exciting theme party idea that’s not overdone, look no further than a Spy Party! This party theme is great for boys and girls; everyone will have a blast. Plus, it’s so much fun to plan, set up, and execute, which you can’t always say about planning kids’ parties. Provide secret agent training with spy gear and gadgets, create an obstacle course where kids can practice being stealthy, and theme your foods after popular spy props! These spy party ideas will make sure your agent-in-training has an awesome time.
You’ll even feel like a secret agent yourself as you learn to create coded messages and training exercises for your little undercover agents.
Spy Party Cake and Food Ideas
This detective party cake would work famously for a spy party! The bottom layer is covered in fingerprints, while the top layer is circled with fondant police tape that reads “Do not cross.” The cake topper is a spyglass with the child’s birthday number on it. You’ll also find loads of other creative ideas here, like the confidential cookies, the mugshot photo booth, and the mustache chocolate lollipops. | Hostess with the Mostess
Where to begin with this party? The briefcase cake is amazingly detailed with file folders, a magnifying glass, handcuffs, and a top-secret mission sheet. The donut wall is sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. | Fern & Maple Style
Call in the bomb squad! This cake is ready to explode with flavor. This cute bomb-themed cake is perfect for a spy party or police party. We also like the balloon bomb drops that must be disabled (aka popped) to find the clues to the mission. | Kara’s Party Ideas
These donut bombs are easy to pull together using store-bought chocolate donuts and pieces of red licorice. | Redfly Creations
Detective dogs are an easy choice for a main dish for the party. It’s okay to offer just mini buns and hot dogs, but you can jazz it up by providing chili, relish, and other hot dog toppings as well. Perhaps you could call them spy sausages! | Stay at Home Territory
Every spy needs some “pop secret” snacks. Popcorn is a great choice (and affordable!), especially if you’re showing a movie. The meatball bombs go nicely with the theme as well. | The Nerd’s Wife
Attach these secret decoder messages to the bottoms of everyone’s drink. You’ll need a red drink and clear cups to see the messages and get everyone in on the spy activities. | The TipToe Fairy
Nothing here is top secret. Try some truth serum pills if the suspect won’t fess up. Okay, they’re just Hot Tamales candies, but they do look like they could be the real thing! | Flavor Palate
Spy Party Invitations, Decorations, and Favors
Invite fellow secret agents to the festivities with one of these spy party invitations that look like the information for a top-secret mission. Personalize each envelope with their agent names. The kids can even make up their own secret agent names to add to the fun! | One Creative Mommy
A true secret agent might write out your invitations! Handmade invitations are becoming rare, but they’re so cute. This one is especially fun since it contains a secret message. Use the key to break the code to get the party details. You can even include the secret password to get through the front door the day of the celebration. | Confidence Meets Parenting
How cool is this dynamite stick piñata? You can make a similar one with paper towel tubes, pretend fuse wires, and black tape. The top-secret mission favor bags are also intriguing! | Kara’s Party Ideas
Put together a mission impossible kit for your party guests to pick up before or after the party, depending on if they need them to carry out the party mission. These bags are filled with invisible ink markers, fingerprint tattoos, fake passport ID cards, play money, disguise glasses and mustaches, and more. Basically, it has everything a spy needs to go incognito! | Fern and Maple Style
These evidence tubes of candy are terrific party favors. You can never have too much candy, after all. | Lemon Pippin
Keep it super simple with a printable pack of clues and a magnifying glass for each guest. You can find these often at the Dollar Store or Dollar Tree or other stores in the cheap toy aisles for around $1. In addition to party favors, use them as a prize for breaking a code. | Stress-Free Baby
Caution, make sure you don’t get seen! Instead of costumes for each party guest, invest in black spy sunglasses and a fake mustache. Every guest will need a good disguise during a secret mission to remain a secret agent.
Spy Party Games and Activities
Interrogation is the name of the game when it comes to the top spies. Let the kids practice their interrogation skills with a fun game of Truth or Dare. The Nerf shooting range is another fantastic idea that boys and girls alike will enjoy. | Fern and Maple Style
Have a bunch of black balloons and fill each balloon with a paper mission. Your agents will have to pop the balloon for the next clue and accept each mission.
Spies must be agile, able to squeeze out of the tightest situations. A spy obstacle course will help you find out who’s really up to the challenge. For target practice, you could even include nerf guns party ideas in this outdoor course. | One Creative Mommy
Make some DIY secret decoder messages using markers and a piece of plastic covered with a red marker. The red color is essential to decoding the plastic and works just like an invisible ink pen! You could also use red transparent film or candy wrappers, as well, to discover your top secret mission. | Pink Stripey Socks
Just like a real James Bond, will you know what to do if you’re ever in a room where lasers detectors are coming from every direction? Train and test your skills in the secret agent labyrinth of yarn laser beams. All you need is lots of red yarn (or ribbon) and somewhere to string it up into an obstacle course. | Willowday
Spy Party Free Download
For your secret agent party, make sure you have a secret agent training manual. This spy party games free digital download is a must for agents. Print one for every party guest.
This spy kit printable comes with
- Secret Agent ID Card Badge
- Code Name Identifier
- Shoe Print Expert
- Find the Suspects
- Fingerprint Investigation
- Secret Code Clues
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The best way to celebrate your spy’s birthday is with a party full of espionage, intrigue, and mystery. With these 20 ideas, you’ll have no trouble creating the ultimate spy-themed bash for your agent-in-training.
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