It’s All About The Planning- Free Disney Planner Printables
August 20, 2017
Back when I was trying to plan my first Disney Vacation, I looked all over Pinterest to find a cute planner. I wanted somewhere to keep all of my planning together so when I was trying to make decisions, I knew all the information would be right there in front of me. I found so many cute printable Disney Planners out there!
But, as much as I really liked them, some were really heavy on the ink. So, as much as I liked them, I continued my search for one that wouldn’t require me to change ink cartridges in between pages.
That’s when I decided to just create my own!
Travel Information – Perfect for keeping all of your Travel Information in one place.
Disney Planner – A 3-day Planner to keep track of all your plans in one convenient location. Print one or many pages, depending on the length of your vacation.
Dining Reservations – Perfect for keeping track of all your Dining Reservations. Print one or many pages, depending on how many reservations you have.
Payment History – Keep track of your payments, so you know exactly how much you need to save.
Packing List – Never forget to bring anything again!
Extras that may be helpful to have on hand
Magical Express – A Map of the Orlando International Airport. Don’t get lost trying to find your way to the Motorcoach.
Fastpass+ – A list of all the Fastpass Attractions, separated by Park, and our suggestions for which Attractions we would Fastpass first
Mousekeeping Envelope – Don’t forget to thank you Mousekeeper. Create your own Mousekeeping Envelope for a personalized touch. Not sure how to put it together? We’;; show you how -> Show Your Thanks to Mousekeeping With DIY Envelopes
Baseball Card Sheets – This is another item I always include in my Disney Vacation Planner. They hold all of my Disney Gift Cards and/or Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Tickets (they are the same size as gift cards).
But, isn’t it difficult to pay with all those gift cards?
There is a handy website called Disney Gift Card. You are able to transfer amounts from multiple Gift Cards onto one. Each card can hold a maximum balance of $1000. If you notice in my picture, I have a designated Gift Card marked “Primary”. That is the card that all of my Disney Gift Cards gets transferred onto. Once I get a few hundred dollars on that card, I just pay down the balance while I work on getting more Free Gift Cards.
Why have a Disney Planner?
You can find all of your information, including your fastpass+ times and restaurant reservations, on the My Disney Experience App, but I find it so much easier to do my planning when I have the information right in front of me. And since I laminated my planner, I can reuse the same pages over and over again.
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