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The Ulitmate Guide To Hosting An Amazing The Office Themed Party

Ideas for The Office themed party.

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Dunder Mifflin: The Office Party Ideas

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Tucker’s The Office Themed Birthday Party

Yes, I know, The Office isn’t exactly appropriate for thirteen-year-olds. Or eight-year-olds. And some episodes aren’t even appropriate for 42-year-olds. Despite that, the kids and I spent the summer evenings from 7 to 8 pm watching The Office. Chuck was working a bazillion hours out of town and I was done by that time in the evening. After watching The Office, I would read out loud to Apollo, and (finally) it was bedtime. This “family bonding time” made Tucker’s choice of an Office-themed birthday party easy.

Ideas for The Office themed party.

Decorations for “The Office” Themed Party

We had a ton of fun brainstorming ideas for this easy and fun party. We bought this It Is Your Birthday sign from Amazon. I was just going to buy the brown and gray balloons locally, but as it turns out, it is hard to find brown balloons (I never did find any), so I ended up wishing I had just gone ahead and bought these balloons. We ended up making do with white balloons and guess what? Nobody cared.

Ideas for The Office themed party.

As for other Office-themed party decorations, I used my light box for the Welcome to Scranton, PA sign. I first saw the lightbox on Tilly’s blog and knew I needed one of my own.

Ideas for The Office themed party.

The Office-Themed Party Decorations

It Is Your Birthday. Sign

Along with barely blown-up balloons and crepe paper (from the episode when Dwight and Jim plan Kelly’s party).

Cardboard Vending Machine

So many jokes, conversations, and sometimes tears take place at the office vending machine. As it turns out there are tons of DIY vending machine ideas online. We weren’t worried about it functioning, we just wanted it to look like a vending machine. Hezekiah got a few ideas online and made this cool vending machine with a hot glue gun and cardboard. I covered it with duct tape and we filled it with snack items. Inspired, Hezekiah went ahead and made a mini-fridge as well.

Most of our other decorations revolved around food….because…YUM.

Ideas for The Office themed party.

The Office-Themed Party Foods

Free Office Party food labels. Welcome to Dunder Mifflin

Download your FREE Office Party Printables here

Kevin’s Jar of M&M’s

Several episodes involve Kevin and his M&Ms.

Michael’s Homemade Potato Salad

In one episode Michael brings “homemade potato salad” to a formal event. And admits it was actually store-bought.

Schrute Farm Beets

I just bought canned beets and served them.

Big Tuna

Tucker didn’t exactly want tuna at his birthday party so we used Swedish Fish.

Nard Dogs

The main dish: hot dogs.


Instead of nerds. In one episode Dwight is eating nerds but says they are “Jims”

Scott’s (Tater) Tots

I think this is self-explanatory.

Ideas for The Office themed party.

No Office-themed party would be complete without a stapler in jello and a Happy B-day cake with a single chicklet and the birthday boy’s name spelled wrong.

Ideas for The Office themed party.

Ideas for The Office themed party.

We had an obstacle course the boys had to go through with a coffee cup full of water.

Check out my The Office Party Pinterest board for more ideas and scroll to the bottom for a FREE party planning printable!

Resources to help you plan your Office-Themed party

You can visit my Amazon Storefront here and find all the products for the perfect Office Themed party.

FREE Office-Themed Party Planning Printable

This Man is a Pervert Printable

Costume ideas for Office Themed party.

Mustard Yellow Shirt and Tie

Brown Slacks

Office Party kit 

Dwight’s Glasses

We bought Tucker this Schrute Farms hoodie which was on his birthday list.

A few of my kids have these Dunder Mifflin t-shirts which are, shockingly, only $9.99 on Amazon!

World’s Best Boss Mug

DIY Dwight Schute costume.

And just in case you missed it, here is Apollo dressed up as Dwight Schrute (more photos here). And here is a link to order everything seen in this photo (except Apollo, of course).

Some friends from church dressed up as Jim, Pam, Dwight, and a beet for halloween.

Check out these amazing family costumes from a family at church!

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  1. Nanette Klinect

    Yes, The Office is probably not appropriate but it’s so much better than many other choices. My 13yr and 16yr old spent their summer watching it since we couldn’t do a fun vacay . They LOVED your party ideas. I asked their favorites and they both said “legit, all of it”. Job well done!

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