Party at O.W.C.A.!
Inform your little secret agents of the important mission ahead with these invite ideas. Receiving the news will be as exciting as the first day of summer vacation! When the adventure is over, thank them for a mission accomplished!
Send save-the-dates for this top-secret party!
Perry the Platypus thinks the only thing worse than Dr. Doofenshmirtz is forgetting about a birthday party. Help guests remember by including save-the-date stickers with your
Phineas and Ferb Invitations.
They'll stick right onto your guests' calendars as easy reminders.
Add a secret party pass to your invites
Guests don't need to be secret agents for the O.W.C.A. to get into the party, but they do need a secret party pass. Build the excitement by sending
Phineas and Ferb tattoos
with your invites and asking your guests to wear them in order to get into the party!
Hand-deliver invites with Phineas and Ferb favors
The birthday boy can personally recruit his friends for the mission by sending invites with Phineas and Ferb favors attached as an incentive. Up the anticipation for the party with
Phineas and Ferb wristbands:
just punch a hole in the corner of the envelope and tie the wristband on with a ribbon!
Thank your guests for a mission accomplished with party photos
Thank your guests for defeating Doof and making the party a great success! Along with a
Phineas and Ferb Thank You Note,
include a photo of the birthday child with the guest for a great party keepsake.
What are we going to do today? Play!
Even if it's not summer vacation, you can give your party a healthy dose of summer fun with these ingenious Phineas and Ferb party game ideas. Even that meanie Candace can't keep the kids from having a blast!
Go for a party game that's sure to be a hit
Agent P is offering up some treats so don't let Doof get them! The birthday boy and his friends can pretend to leave Dr. Doofenshmirtz in the dust when they take aim at this
Phineas and Ferb Pinata.
Younger kids can take turns pulling the strings to see which one releases a sweet shower of candy!
Pin the tail on Perry!
Kids will have to don a blindfold to play the
Phineas and Ferb Party Game
– no spying allowed! They'll have a blast trying to stick Perry's tail in place with this exciting take on classic Pin the Tail on the Donkey.
Put posing for the camera on the day's agenda
As Phineas and Ferb know, each day is full of adventure. Capture the birthday boy and guests' antics on camera in front of our bright
Phineas and Ferb Scene Setter.
This action-filled backdrop makes the photos come alive for the best scrapbook additions and memorabilia.
A great end to a great day!
Your guests will go home extra-happy when they leave with Phineas and Ferb favors and toys. Try these favor ideas for treasures that will give them plenty of adventures for days to come!
Protect the Phineas and Ferb favor pails!
Agent P is on a mission to keep your favors safe from Dr. Doofenshmirtz! Let your little spys guard these
Phineas and Ferb favor containers
overflowing with themed goodies. Just stuff the buckets with paper shred and put favors on top.
Put together spy-worthy favor cups
I know what we're going to do today! Treat the guests to their own
Phineas and Ferb Party Cups.
Simply fill them to the top with paper shred and favors and finish with a clear party bag and ribbons.
Embark on a decorating adventure!
These inventive Phineas and Ferb decorating ideas set the scene and make your guests feel like undercover agents! When they spy the super-fun birthday room, they'll know it's going to be a Ferb-tastic day.
Decorate the party room with everyone's favorite spy
Party like it's summer vacation! Fill the room with themed balloons, streamers, danglers and birthday banners, so everyone's favorite platypus spy peeks out from every corner. The bold yellows and greens make these
Phineas and Ferb decorations
cheerful and festive!
Set a table full of platypus personality
After the little agents outsmart Dr. Doofenshmirtz, they'll soon be at the table to replenish their energy. Meet them there with
Phineas and Ferb tableware and favors
at each place-setting!
Make the wall sing with a scene setter
Phineas and Ferb love rocking out to wicked jams, so tune up your wall with our fast and easy
Phineas and Ferb Scene Setter.
This colorful wall decoration pumps up the party atmosphere and doubles as a photo backdrop – indispensable for rock 'n' roll photos later!
Go undercover as Phineas, Ferb and Agent P!
Your birthday star can become his favorite character on his special day. Try these Phineas and Ferb dress-up ideas that will transform everyone into secret agents!
Turn any outfit into a Phineas and Ferb party outfit
It doesn't take much for Perry the Platypus to turn into Agent P. The same can be true for your birthday boy! He'll feel like the star of the party with our cool
Phineas and Ferb birthday ribbon and cap.
Pull on a hat like Agent P!
Get everyone in party mode faster than you can say "Hey, where's Perry?" with awesome accessories like
Phineas and Ferb party hats and shades.
Give the birthday child a mission to hand out these cool favors to arriving friends as an instant way to get the party going!
A tasty adventure!
So much innovation can make anyone hungry. Be ready for it with food ideas that Phineas and Ferb would approve. Once the kids test them out, they'll be back out there building rockets and roller coasters in no time!
You can also whip up a Phineas and Ferb cake like the one pictured, which we decorated with tinted fondant. You'll want to roll out the fondant and cut it into pieces to make the designs. You can freehand if you feel comfortable or print out images of the characters and cut the fondant with a paring or X-Acto knife to the shapes. Use clear vanilla extract to attach the fondant pieces to the base.
Invite Phineas and Ferb for a bite
Kids will get a kick out of these finger foods shaped like their favorite inventor brothers, especially when they're accompanied by
Phineas and Ferb tableware.
Start with slices of cheese cut into the shapes of the two characters' heads and top with hairdos made from any fruit or vegetable. We used apple and cucumber but you can get creative and use whatever you have on hand to make simple hair, eyes and mouths. Serve with cheese cut with star cookie cutters for an innovative display!
Get the kids hungry for a healthy food adventure
Partygoers will be ready to foil Doof's evil plots after refueling with these healthy snacks. Use whole wheat bread to make your little birthday star's sandwich of choice and cut them into the shapes of Phineas and Ferb's heads. Cheese circles, raisins and blueberries make the eyes, while carrot pieces form Phineas's hair! Garnish with fresh fruits and veggies and serve with our
Phineas and Ferb plates and napkins.