On the hunt for a party theme mysterious and fun?! If so, this Secret Agent Spy Birthday Party by Leitia McHugh, out of Indiana, is the one!
Exploding with details classified and cool, this birthday bash is for all secret agents!
Details I love from this fun-filled event, include:
- Top Secret Decodable Message Party Invite
- Dynamite Stick Bomb Chandelier + Pinata
- Secret Agent Themed Birthday Cake
- Agent-inspired Signage
- Master of Disguise Props
- Secret Agent Party Supply Bags
- And more!
Secret Agent Spy Birthday Party
Secret Agent Spy Birthday Party Details:
Leitia’s party description-
“My son created his own alter ego, Awesome Sparky and spends a lot of his time sneaking around the house in his spy “costume,” a fedora and green hoodie. It was too perfect to throw a Secret Agent Party for his 6th birthday. A year later, and guests are still raving about this party. We sent out Top Secret files for the invitation inviting guests on a secret mission.
We had everyone scan their handprint for entry and create a spy name with name tag. Then the kids went through spy training and were given secret agent kits. Then they were ready for their mission, to catch all the “Party Poppers” and retrieve the stolen goods. We also had a “master of disguise” costume corner and a mug shot photo booth. Agent Training including bomb detonation (“hot potato” game with a stick of pretend dynamite with a kitchen timer attached), learning to break codes (learning how to use the decoder wheel in their kit), laser maze navigation (red yarn taped to the wall), and target training (throwing water balloons at the enemy spies Levi drew.)
Once they passed training, it was time for their mission. A team of enemy spies collectively known as the Party Poopers had stolen important goods, and the leader, Spike Man (character created by the birthday boy himself) was threatening to blow up all the gifts and cake with his bomb. All four spies (Spike Man, Mr. Z, Anita Bathe, and Robin Banks) were played by Levi’s Daddy, Uncle, and two Grandmas. The kids got a clue from each one to help them find the next Party Pooper, plus a piece of the puzzle to finding where the stolen goods were hidden.
The clues required good spy work as one was backwards requiring a mirror, one was written in invisible ink, one was cut in pieces like a puzzle, and the last was hidden in the bomb piñata and so tiny it required a magnifying glass. After the bomb was detonated and they saved the day, the kids got the last piece of the puzzle to find the stolen goods. The clue was GIDDY UP, RED WAGON and led them to a briefcase in our red wagon on the front porch. The money pouches included play money, jewel rings, and firework “snap-its” labeled as explosives.”
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