17+ Awesome Vision Board Party Ideas & Themes To Inspire!

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Hosting a vision board party is an awesome way to connect with friends and build relationships and connections with people you might not otherwise have had the opportunity to do so with!

In our last article, we went over how to plan and host a vision board party. In today’s post, I want to give you a few vision board party ideas and themes to help you get your creative juices flowing when planning your next event or workshop.

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Don’t forget to check out our Vision Board Party Checklist for a step-by-step guide to help you when you plan your vision board party.

Vision Board Party Ideas

Vision boards have the amazing ability to leave you feeling inspired, motivated, and excited for what’s to come in the future. And some people find this to be especially true when they create their vision boards in a group setting with like-minded people who are positive and encouraging. Here are some ideas on how to make your party or workshop that much more memorable.

1. New Year, New You

Probably one of the most popular vision board party ideas is one that is focused on the New Year where guests get together and create boards focused on what they would like to achieve in the coming year. These types of vision board parties usually take place near New Year’s Eve or early January.

2. Galentine’s Vision Board Bash

Galentine’s Day is an awesome celebration where female friendship is celebrated and usually takes place on the 13th of February. It is a day that honors the strong bonds between women and the love and support they show each other. Planning a vision board party on Galentine’s Day is a great way to have a fun-filled day with your amazing girlfriends!

Fun Fact! Galentine’s Day is a word that was first heard in the NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation. It is the combination of Valentine’s Day and Gal.

What’s Galentine’s Day? Oh, it’s only the best day of the year. Every February 13th, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we just come and kick it, breakfast-style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It’s like Lilith Fair, minus the angst. Plus frittatas.

Leslie Knope – Parks and Recreation

3. Girl’s Night In

Invite your friends over for a cozy night in coupled with vision board making, wine, and snacks!

4. Mindful Mornings

Start the day right by organizing a calming vision board workshop coupled with meditation or yoga. Introduce your guests to morning journaling and give them some free morning journaling prompts to help them get started!

5. Creative Couples

Vision boards don’t just have to be for the girls! Why not host a party for couples where they can create joint vision boards allowing them to bond and decide on goals as a couple.

6. Wonderful Wellness

Wellness and self-care is an awesome vision board party idea that never gets old!

Help your guests focus on their self-care and relaxation by creating a spa-like experience for them complete with comfy slippers, gowns, scented candles, and relaxing music. Share self-care and self-love journaling prompts with them to use in their journals at home.

This is a great vision board party idea for moms and other caregivers who usually don’t have time to focus on their own well-being.

7. Visionary Vibes Brunch

Who doesn’t love brunch! Why not combine vision board creation with a delicious brunch that is filled with inspiring conversation and a fun vision board making experience?

Need help deciding what food to serve at your party? Check out our article on vision board party food ideas for inspiration!

8. Gratitude Gathering

You can never go wrong by focusing on gratitude especially when so much of the world seems to be filled with bad news these days!

Ask your guests to bring along pictures of things that they are grateful for and create vision boards of things that they would like to be grateful for in the future.

You can also try including a gratitude circle into the day or even gratitude journaling exercises using our free gratitude journal prompts to get started.

Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.

Melody Beattie

9. Team Building Fun

Creating vision boards together in a group is a great idea for colleagues working together in the same business or industry. They are a great way to focus on the future and boost team morale.

10. Seasonal Shift

With our lives seeming increasingly more busy these days, planning seasonal vision board parties is a great way to connect with people every few months to focus on the season ahead. Whether you are going into winter, autumn, spring, or summer, a season-themed vision board party is always a great idea!

11. Dream Big

Encourage your guests to think out of the box and set ridiculously big goals with their vision boards. Make it clear that money or resources are not an issue and that they should let go of any limiting beliefs they might have when creating their boards.

12. Goal Setting Gathering

Host a vision board workshop or party focused on setting specific, achievable goals. A great idea is to encourage your guests to team up as accountability partners to help them stay on track as they work towards achieving their goals.

13. Visionary Women

A great vision board party idea is to create a workshop where women entrepreneurs can come to focus on their business goals. This is a great opportunity for women to network and collaborate with each other. And just like the Goal Setting Gathering, you can encourage your guests to team up with someone as an accountability partner.

14. Teen Empowerment Party

Host a party specifically for teenagers to help them create vision boards focused on their academic, personal, and career goals. Make it even more fun by combining it with a sleepover or dress-up party.

15. Kid’s Creative Vision Board Party

Organize a fun-filled, interactive vision board party for kids and help them create their dream boards. Provide lots of colorful magazines, cards, pens, crayons, poster paper, etc to make the day engaging, fun, and enjoyable.

16. Virtual Vision Board Party

Host an online party where guests who don’t live in the same area can get together to either create digital or physical vision boards. Although not as personal as the in-person vision board party ideas, this can still be a great option, especially for people who are very busy.

17. Giving Is Better Than Receiving

Host a vision board party with the idea of helping a specific charity or organization within your community. Ask people attending your party or workshop to bring second-hand items that they no longer use to donate. For example, ask people to bring old blankets, towels, etc. to donate to a local animal shelter.

Vision Board Party Theme Ideas

A really great way to make a vision board party unforgettable is to create a theme that people can dress up for! Here are a couple of theme ideas you can think about:

  • Retro Revival – Create a fun, nostalgic atmosphere with retro-themed vision boards and decorations.
  • Tropical Oasis – A fun, vibrant get-together featuring bright colors and delicious fruity drinks.
  • Hollywood Glam – An old-school Hollywood-themed party featuring glamorous decor, gold balloons, and even a red carpet!
  • Boho Chic – A laid-back party where people can focus on creativity, self-expression, and free-spirited living.
  • Winter Wonderland – The perfect theme for a Seasonal Change party! Decorate with snowflakes, twinkling lights, and cozy decor.
  • Steampunk Vibes – If you love Victorian-era inspired design then mix this up with gears and clockwork mechanisms for a unique and memorable steampunk vision board party.
  • Nature Inspiration – Nature themes are always a great idea for parties! You could try an Enchanted Forest theme or maybe an Under The Sea theme.

Final Thoughts

I hope that these vision board party ideas and themes have helped and inspired you! If you’ve found your way to this page and you haven’t visited our website before, remember to check out our article on how to plan and host a vision board party. And if you would love to get into journaling then check out our full guide on journaling for beginners.

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