These free Disney trip planner sheets are so helpful when you’re getting ready for a trip to Disney World or Disneyland!
Getting ready for my first trip to Walt Disney World with Disney SMMC was really exciting. I mean, isn’t planning part of the fun of taking a vacation?! Now, I think that as a first-timer it definitely can seem overwhelming to plan a Disney trip – whether it’s at Disney World or Disneyland – simply because there are so many options and things to do. But I love doing travel research, no matter where I’m going. You can call me a nerd, I don’t care! I love to read about the best places to eat, things to do, and decide what I’m going to wear ahead of time. I make a lot of LISTS, because lists are the best. Since I was going all out with my outfits and wanted to make sure I made some good restaurant reservations ahead of time – I went looking for some fun Disney planner sheets to keep it all straight. I couldn’t find exactly what I was looking for, so I just made my own.
The first type I made was just a basic daily planner. I wanted to have a separate page for each day we would be at Disney World. I’d make a note of which parks we’d be at and when, any meal reservations and Fastpasses we had, and which t-shirt and ears I wanted to wear. This honestly was just a fun exercise for me to make sure I’d have time to hit my high-priority attractions and snack spots! I knew better than to try to stick to a hard and fast itinerary. I think it is just as important to let the schedule go sometimes and go with the flow. Most of my notes for these pages were just like this:
9 – Animal Kingdom
1 – Back to resort to rest
3 – Hollywood Studios
Dinner – 7:30 PM – 50’s Prime Time Cafe
See? “I’m breezy!” (Name that show.)
I also made a to-do list sheet with a little countdown box, because who doesn’t love a countdown!? I made a list of the foods I wanted to try and attractions that were most important to us here – which helped a lot when it came to actually making Fastpass+ reservations!
Last but certainly not least, the Disney Outfit Planner. I really think this might be the most important of them all – especially if you are trying to coordinate outfits for multiple family members! Y’all, I was only planning for myself (i.e. Not Today Cruella) and I felt like it was pressure. A lot of you are probably trying to coordinate yourselves, multiple children and partners for each day at WDW. That is no small task! This one just has simple boxes and a packing list on the side.
By the way – I know we all want to look cute at Disney, but choose comfort first. Sensible shoes are a must! We walked between 20,000 and 25,000 steps each day when we were at the parks, even after taking a siesta each afternoon. It’s a marathon!
Below you can click on any of the four planner sheets to print them.
I hope these help you get ready for your magical trip as much as they helped me!