I think I've been on a planner kick lately. With the new year, I've been trying to get myself organized and set for all the fun and changes 2015 will bring. I've started working on my goals and am actually still with it, thanks to my goal planning worksheet printable.
So I decided I needed to make a party planning worksheet. My goal with this planner printable is to help myself throw some amazing parties this year, while still staying on budget and on track.
I designed the planner printable to fit a half sheet of paper, so you can get two pages for each sheet. This fits my A5 planner perfectly, so I'll be able to have it with me while I'm brainstorming, shopping, and working. It also folds in half for a little booklet so you can carry it in your purse. You never know when a great idea is going to hit (or you remember that one kid you always seem to forget's name!)
The front and back of the printable are on the same page.
The front of the party planner worksheet has a spot at the top for you to write why you are throwing the party. This way you won't get the church's valentine's day party mixed up with your daughter's prom party.
Below that are places for you to add the date, time, location and your budget.
As you start out, you may not know all these details since this party planning worksheet is to help you brainstorm out party ideas. Just leave those blank if you need to until you start narrowing in on your theme and needs.
There is a box on the planner front page to brainstorm ideas for your party theme. You may know you want to throw a graduation party, but you may not be sure exactly what theme you want to use yet. Go ahead and write down all the theme ideas that strike you. This helps you to brainstorm out the perfect party plan.
The invitations and guest list are at the bottom of the front page. You can write down what kind of party invitation you want to get, where you got them, when you want to send them out....whatever you need here.
The inside of the planner is designed to be printed on the back of the front page. Then you can just fold the paper in half and use it as a party planning booklet or you can cut the paper in half and put it into your planner.
There are spots on the inside of the planner for you to brainstorm for your party decorations, party food ideas, party favors, activities and party games, music, and photo booth ideas. Feel free to write out any ideas and then cross of our highlight them if they work for your party. This is a place to brainstorm and make your party perfect!
The back of the party planner has a spot for you to write any crafts you need to make as well as a spot for you shopping list.