Decorating & Food Ideas
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Fun Spy Party Ideas To Set The Mood
- Welcome your guests by drawing large footprints on the driveway or walk leading up to your door or hanging a sign on your front door that says "Secret Agent Training Center".
- Hang a personalized spy party banner.
- You can't go wrong with streamers and balloons! Twist together streamers in two or three colors, drape them along the walls, and wrap them around chairs and/or banisters. You can also hang strips of streamers across the doorways leading into the party area for a curtain effect.
- Scatter balloons around the party space. Tie a balloon to the back of each chair along the party table, and tie a group of five balloons to the birthday child’s chair.
- Add color to the walls with your own construction paper or poster board cutouts of footprints, magnifying glasses, and maps.
- Items you may already own—like binoculars, cameras, flashlights, fedoras, and play money—can be grouped together to create a centerpiece for the party table.
- A toy fingerprint kit is a great showpiece as well as an activity for the kids.
Snacks for Your Secret Agent Party
Serve your guests traditional treats with fun, spy-themed names. Here are a few examples to get you started:
- Mystery Munch - Prepare a snack mix of yummy foods like mini-pretzels, tiny fish crackers, M&Ms, mini marshmallows, and gummy candies.
- Kid-favorite hot dogs become Detective Dogs.
- Serve Mission Impossible pizza.
- Set out a Secret Agent Snack Tray of cut-up carrots, celery, cheese, crackers, and veggie dip for your sleuths to nosh.
- Spy Salsa is simply tortilla chips and salsa.
- Your Spy Party Cake can either be a round cake decorated as a bomb with dark frosting and a red licorice string fuse or a 9" x 13" cake frosted in white icing and piped with frosting shapes of a magnifying glass and footprints walking across the cake. Use sparkler candles or trick candles that re-light for more fun.