Are you worrying about how to organize that perfect party …

"If money was truly no object, wouldn't you get a professional to help you in everything you do in order to guarantee the best results possible?...well now you can afford it "

Dear Friend,

Lets face it, in some areas of life, we seek professional help no matter what - like the doctor or dentist, I mean even a qualified doctor will not perform surgery on himself! OK, when it comes to car repairs, interior design and home maintenance, some people resort to 'do-it-yourself' because they can and others because they can't afford the rates that are currently charged by the professionals. But if that professional help was available to all at a ridiculously low price, aren't there other things you would rather spend your time on? not to mention the quality of the end result.

"Dear Nikki, You're the best. I am all fired up now. I have been doing this for years and it has to be better each year. That becomes daunting. I love your ideas for our Scavenger Hunt."

Ida Peterson, Washington USA

Of course, you want your party to be unforgettable, for your guest to run out of ways to tell you how much fun they have had and how they will remember this day for a month of Sundays. But you've tried so many ways to organize your party games you don't know who or what to believe anymore. You just want the headache to stop more than anything else, and you should! That's where I come in. My name is Nikki Wilson and I'm a professional party planner - I spend my days (and evenings) organizing parties large and small for the good and the great.

So how can I help you?

One day I had a call from one of my long established clients, Jackie. She was organizing a party for her son Josh's 13th birthday. With just three days to go, Josh suddenly announced that he wanted a scavenger hunt. Jackie remembered playing this game at one of the parties I had organized for her five years previously and wanted me to organize another unforgettable scavenger hunt for Josh and her. Not only was the party only a few days away, but unfortunately, I already had a booking, and on the other side of the country so there was no way at all I could help. I hate not being able to help my clients - I do whatever it takes to deliver outstanding value and customer service but my hands were tied. I was having a sleepless night as a result when I thought "Wait - my parties are so organized and structured that they are effectively a step-by-step guarantee to a successful party". So as I was sitting on a plane at 30,000 feet, I wrote some basic notes into an email and sent them to Jackie.

The resulting party, even from my quickly scribbled notes, was to all accounts an outstanding success. In fact, this is the email I got back just a few days later:

Nikki, what can I say. You sure do deliver the goods! You not only saved my bacon, you exceeded every expectation. Josh's party yesterday was the best ever - not only that he has ever had but also all of his friends. It is only 10am the day after and already I have had ten emails from the kids - and another five phone calls from some of the mothers to say that the boys haven't stopped talking yet, and can I organize a scavenger hunt for Stephen's 14th birthday party in June.
I just had to let you know - you are a lifesaver, and I can never thank you enough."

Jackie Smith, California

Yes, that's all it took! - a quick email scribbled on a plane so I guess my step-by-step system really does guarantee success.

And it can work for you too… I know, because it has worked for dozens of people just like you since, and it is even easier and better and more certain to give you a great party as I have taken the time to be more specific in my guidelines and precise in my instructions. I promise your situation is not unique. I know you have probably have been fed the myths about organizing parties:

Here are the 4 biggest myths about organizing parties that will never get you the results you want:

  1. The first one: it is difficult to set up.
  2. The second: it takes too much time.
  3. The third: you have to be creative
  4. The fourth: it takes too much organization

Wouldn't you agree that it's crazy to think you'll get different results if you keep doing the same thing over and over again? If I keep touching a hot stove and kept getting burned - I'd be silly to think the next time I touch that hot stove I won't get burnt. That's why you need to try something different

Here's How My Scavenger Hunt Party Planner Can Help You Get Outstanding Parties - Starting Today…

You see, I've just completed a new eBook called Scavenger Hunt Party Planner that gives you a step-by-step formula for creating your own outstanding scavenger hunt that will make your party unforgettable. It's different than anything else on the market you've seen. This eBook includes the essential systems that I have developed over twenty years of organizing parties. It is so much more refined that my original email notes to Jackie that is almost not recognizable - and you have already read about how effective those old notes were. There are no less than 370 Scavenger Hunt ideas contained in this book. Yes, that's Three Hundred and Seventy!!

Here is the Extensive Table of Contents fromThe Scavenger Hunt Party Planner

  • The Scavenger Hunt Playing Area
  • Moving & Transportation
  • The Scavenger Hunt List
  • Around the Home
  • Across the Neighborhood
  • Outside
  • In the Park
  • On the Beach
  • At the Pool
  • Around Town
  • In the Mall
  • Intrastate
  • At the School
  • Collecting Items
  • Alternative Ideas
  • Photo Hunt
  • Observation
  • Video Challenge
  • Trading Up
  • Hide & Seek
  • Memory Hunt
  • Treasure Scavenger Hunt
  • Hand Drawn Picture Hunt
  • Internet Hunt
  • Choosing Teams
  • Starting Instructions
  • Dealing with Different Age Groups
  • And the Winner is...
  • Prizes
  • Checklist for Setting up your Scavenger Hunt

Okay, So What's The Cost For This Incredible Resource?

Let's do a quick comparison - last time I checked a 'run of the mill' party planner would set you back $200 dollars minimum. Or you could pay $500 - $2000 for a specialist (I regularly charge a minimum of $900 per day). The other option is for you to shell out $50 or more buying up all kinds of expensive party books that will most likely only sit on your shelf gathering dust. Then there is the free information on the web - well it might not cost you any money but it certainly costs you plenty of time to download and sort through the adverts and the amateur to find any useful information. Frankly, none of these options really seemed fair to me. So I figured out a way to provide you with a real bargain…. This sensational Scavenger Hunt Party Planner is available to you as a downloadable manual (or ebook) directly accessible from the Internet.

This way I have no inventory and no fulfillment costs. I don't need to pay anyone to take the orders over the phone. The system is automatic and I don't even have to look at my email - although I wouldn't dream of not doing everything I can to guarantee your success (see below for my special offer). This way I can pass along my cost savings to you. So you win and I win. But don't worry, downloading the information in the Scavenger Hunt Party Planner is a real snap, I'm no "techno whiz" and I had no problem. (It works perfectly with both MAC or PC computers.) Now because you will be downloading everything online - I'm not going to charge you anywhere near the amount you'd pay for a party planner or even what just one hour of my time goes for. In fact, your total investment for the entire Scavenger Hunt Party Planner resource is just $34.95.

What does the Scavenger Hunt Party Game Planner contain?

Inside this eBook is everything you need to :

  • Design and lay out your Scavenger Hunt
  • Run a hunt that is not just ordinary
  • Create a scoring system and work out who has won
  • Run a hunt suitable for any age group
  • Take advantage of a wide variety of locations
  • Be an organized party host
  • Make sure all of your guests get involved and have a great time

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It doesn't matter if it's 2:00 am in the morning!

Get ready to throw the best party of your life!


Nikki Wilson, Professional Party Planner

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Read what our customers have to say about us...

"Thank you for checking on the party progress. We had the party and played a couple of the games. The kids (thirteen year olds) loved the scavenger hunt. One of the girls said she wanted to do the same thing for her party.

The party was a success. Thanks for your help, "

Kelly Taylor, California USA

"Yes I did. It was last weekend and I got some compliments on it. I used some of your ideas and also incorporated some landmarks of the camp we were in and everyone seemed to have a good time.

We had a Scavenger hunt around our Scout camp. I incorporated finding things with facts about camp so the kids had to visit various areas of camp they may not usually visit. They seemed to have a good time with it. It wasn't the only activity - it was part of a full day of activities. I will be using your ideas for our Cub Scout summer camp as I am Camp Director. "

MaryAnne McFarland, New Jersey USA

"I struggled for weeks on what to do for my daughter's 13th birthday party. It's a tough age. They don't want to be treated like kids and they don't want to do anything that might be considered "lame". Thinking back to my college sorority days, I started thinking that a scavenger hunt might be the answer. So, after a thorough Goggle search, I ordered your "Treasure Hunt Party Game Planner". To make a long story short, several kids told me afterwards that it was the BEST birthday party they had ever attended...even before their parents told them to say it??!!

With just a few minor modifications, I implemented your Scavenger Photo Challenge. I thought it would be safer and easier than a bunch of 13 year-olds "borrowing" items. Also, I liked the idea of having a permanent record of the party in the photos. Clearly, your planner was an excellent resource in preparing for this event. "

Stephanie Sissler, Virginia USA

"It was great. Most enjoyable item was definitely best freebies from Selfridges make-up dept - they came back with bag loads! All opportunities for extra points were definitely taken up and therefore having a digital camera was great as we had the hen with groom and best men of another wedding party, the hen sitting in some ambassador's car, the team doing maypole dancing etc etc.

I was incredibly nervous about the whole thing, but it was a roaring success and turned out to be a thoroughly enjoyable day. The only thing I regret is that I couldn't really take part! With kind regards, "

Sophie Piquemal, London United Kingdom

"Hi Nikki, The Birthday Party was a great success! We had ten 13 year old girls have a pool party at a local hotel. They went racing around the mall on their scavenger hunt. They were very creative and surprised even me when neither team had any of the same objects. One team had an office member go on line to print out a picture of the Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz while the other team grabbed the Dorothy flyer from the lobby. For something yellow one team had a pen and they other went to subway and asked for yellow peppers. They were very respectful of the people in the Mall and made sure they showed them they scavenger hunt booklet. The people in the elevator were all saying Scavenger hunt what a great idea.

People were opening their purses to see what they could give them anything from band aids to hair binders. When each team was done they meet in the Lobby where the joined hands and sang happy birthday as loud as they could. Everyone in the Mall complex and the Hotel were laughing!

The kids had a great time! Thanks, "

Wendy Thompson, Montana USA

"Hi Nikki, We just had our party yesterday, ages 11-50years old. It was very fun. My husband combined a number of different ideas. Since one of the girls was on crutches and one of the guys had hip problems, one group had a car. Thank you so very much for the ideas and most of all for your customer service. "

Suzee Stafford, Montana USA

"It was great! We had a huge candy bar for the team with the most points. Gum for the best turkey. Silly String for the silliest poem. Cotton candy for the sweetest good deed. Diapers filled with candy for the best babysitter stuff.

My sister lives across the street, and she took all the little brothers and sisters, and had an indoor scavenger hunt with them! Fun!

They all had fun! And, the parents had a great time! While they were gone, we had time to build a fire and go get the pizza. Perfect! Thank you for all your help! "

Amy Evans, Texas USA

"Hi Nikki. Well everyone had a blast with the Cruise scavenger hunt !! I took some questions right off your list and then using your other items as suggestions... I went on line with Royal Caribbean and printed off each decks floor plan and used that to help me get information. Thank you for all of your help ! "

JoAnn Seckus, Illinois USA

"Hi Nikki, our birthday scavenger hunt was a GREAT success. Your material gave me lots to choose from and I was grateful. I used the treasure map for the invitations and rolled them up to hand out. The list was on the treasure map and it was 8 items to look for or info to find and 8 were photos to take to make memories & proof of it getting done. It was a teen girl team against teen guy team and the playing field was the city of Wichita, KS so they had a certain time to be back complete or not and the one with the most done was the winner. They all came back with wonderful stories and had lots of fun. I learned though that the guy against girl wasn't the best cause the guys were too COOL to do some of the list, but the things they did they had FUN! Whereas if they had mixed teams the girls would have persuaded them into doing everything.

While planning this double birthday party it has prompted other ideas one for our leadership Christmas party at church promoting unity & working together to accomplish a task. Also I have talked with our the coordinator who is up for the idea of a scavenger hunt during next summer's Family Reunion. Should be loads of fun.

Thanks for the great info! I am going to try to send a photo let me know if it makes it. "

Dena Hudson, Kansas USA

"We had the party this past sat. Everything went great. The kids (and adults) loved it our neighborhood was really good about letting the kids have fun and knock on their door trying to gather stuff. We had 25 11-12 yr olds show up it was a lot of fun. Thanks, "

Misty Wade, South Carolina USA

"The party was a big success! Had 4 teams of 7-8 girls ages 12-13. The "bigger or better" theme was great. Each team kept each item obtained and in the end all the teams voted for the winning team. The winners recieved $10 each and everyone else could take home any of the collected items they so desired. They worked up their appetites and enjoyed the taco bar. Fun was had by all! Thanks again. "

Allan Luistro, North Dakota USA

"Hey Nikki. I'm the Student Council Sponsor at a small school, only 50 kids in 7th through 12th. This year for homecoming, with your help I had Survivor Week. We had 5 tribes, and believe me they loved it. I had a big poster in the hall to tabulate the scores. Everything got extra crazy because the teams were never more than a few points apart. If you expand on this let me know and also any ideas for next year's Survivor Week would be greatly appreciated, because the kids already said we have to do this again. Thanks for all the help!!!!!"

Janet Costa, New Mexico USA

"Hi Nikki, We had the scavenger hunt around town.  It was a lot of fun.  Thanks for the tips to prepare the scavenger hunt.  It set me in the right direction to personalize the hunt for our town."

Sarah Alexander, Florida USA

"Dear Nikki, You're the best. I am all fired up now. I have been doing this for years and it has to be better each year. That becomes daunting. I love your ideas for our Scavenger Hunt."

Ida Peterson, Washington USA

"Hi Nikki, My son is having his 'half' birthday at school because it is during the summer. We did the Pirate Treasure Hunt Game for his whole birthday last summer. Anyway, he asked me if we were going to do a 'really great and cool party like last time' for his half birthday. So 6 months later he still remembers the Pirate Treasure Hunt and still thinks it was cool! I thought I would keep this Scavenger Hunt on hand."

Michelle Caragol, Colorado USA

Some of the events where our games have been played...

Annual corporate Christmas Party in a ski resort. Our theme this year is Pirates and Wenches. 40 people all adult..drinkers...
A large crowd of all ages – about 200!! kids and adults.
Our twin boys' 11th birthday party - 8 boys in all; 10-11 years in age.
Company picnic for 80 adults on Angel Island in the middle of the San Francisco Bay.
My daughters' 13th birthday. The party will be around our pool, and we have about 15 acres of lawn to use. BBQ and swimming. About 30 kids, and 20 parents.
Back To School - Treasure Hunt in my backyard for neighbors, family, and friends. I plan to turn the treasure hunt into an annual community event.
My 50th birthday – guests age from 9 – 71 years old!
My daughter's 8th birthday.
My daughters 11th birthday, in the local park.
My son’s birthday, we had 10 boys ages 9-12.
An elementary school K-5th. Our attendance is roughly 500-600 kids.
Birthday party for my son who will be turning 9 in December. We are planning on having the party at the Embassy Suites Hotel so the kids can swim etc.
A birthday party for my soon to be 7 year old son. He had a pirate treasure hunt in our back yard last year (maps, buried treasure, etc), and this year he wants to do a hunt based on the movie National Treasure with Nicholas Cage.
A Masquerade Ball celebrating our youngest daughter's 16th birthday. The party is being held at Kerr Mansion.
40 of my friends this weekend
A very big party in our hostel. The participation might vary from 50-60 people at a time.
Part of a larger fundraising event for Orphans of Aids Victims in Africa. I have a 60 acre piece of property with about 5 acres of woods with trails etc.
During our Island Packet Sailboat Rendezvous. The treasure hunt is on Saturday when we have a sailboat race, however, not everyone wants to participate in the race. I am using the game to fill some of the time for those who choose not to be in the race.
We are planning a girls 12 yr. old party using only things in nature with a medieval fantasy theme.
I am planning to use the treasure hunt for our annual family reunion.
I am planning a picnic for our church group, and it will be over 100 people there. We are having it at a local park and will have access to it only 1 hr before people will start arriving. The park is a large grass area with a shelter in the middle
My brother's 40th birthday bash.
For my boss's children and cousins. They will be doing this in Maui at a hotel I have never been to.
A 4 year old birthday party at a water park. We are going to do a pirate treasure hunt in a wooded area nearby with a creek etc.
A company party. There are about 15 employees and their families—so a total of about 30 people. In a park and have all ages participate---mix it up a little so people get to know each other.
50th birthday party. 40 confirmed guests (20yrs.old to 60 yrs. old) In the back yard.
Company picnic with a "Pirates of the Carribbean" theme. We will have about 100 people, children and adults.
The theme is team building, for a group of managers. So, they are all adults, and are typically VERY competitive. There will be about 40 people involved.
My Mothers 50th birthday.... we love to dance, drink some and are wild....
For 14-15 year olds and a few adults to transport each team. A citywide hunt (we live in a small town) and will last several hours.
A staff & family barbecue for this weekend. It is being held at a park site with a lake. The age of the guests range from 3 to 65.
A pool party - for adults. We are all parents of high schoolers so we are between 45 – 55.
A performing arts camp and the theme for the camp is journeys/adventures.
Every year, we rent a house with friends for a week at a time with our families. This year we will be in Lake George, NY in the third week of August. There will be seven adults and seven children (from 6 yrs old to 10 years old).
A party for church staff and leadership and their families: 6 months to 65 years.
My son's 10th birthday party in September. I had found a great site near us, on a small peninsula on Sydney Harbour.
A company picnic. We usually have around 175 people there with ages ranging from 0-70.
My husband and I are throwing a b-b-q for some people that were very involved with the relandscaping of our yard. It'll pretty much be all adults, with the exception of a few little ones (3 and under).
This is for our local insurance association. We have a scavenger hunt every year. Age range is from 20 to 65.
It is for my daughter's 7th birthday party on 3rd July and we are expecting 14 (maybe 15) children between the ages of 6 1/2 and 7 1/2.
I am doing a treasure hunt for a bunch of 17 year old soccer players as a team bonding event before they leave to compete in a Regional tournament.
I am having a Slumber Party for 8 teenage girls.
It's a first year customer appreciation party for a tanning-hair salon.
I am organizing a kids event for our church (this Saturday). I am looking at 40 to 60 k- 5th grade children...
I am planning a strawberry picking party for my 7 year old.
My daughter's 13th birthday party with a pirate theme (she loves Pirates of the Caribbean
Our annual family vacation at a beach house. The house is directly on the beach. Ages 9 – 70.
The party is being held on Memorial day week-end, at a local park, for well over 100 people.
Our neighbourhood has a Ladies Bunco group. Each June, we host a poolside party which has a theme. This year, our theme is Pirates. The ages of the women are from 30 to 50.
Our party is a Memorial Day weekend party. It is held lakeside.
We are planning the hunt the last day of school for my 11 yr old daughter. There will be 10-15 children there for the hunt.
A children's event to celebrate/kick-off our capital stewardship campaign for our new "family center." We'll have children from Kindergarten up to 6th grade.
Birthday party for my grandson and his friends ages 10-12, We live on the side of a mountain with steep slopes, lots of stone steps, a creek, a large goldfish pond and lots of good places to hide things. The party is an annual occasion.
Church social, most guests are 25 to about 45.
My Best Friends Birthday: ages 21-70
The cub scouts: 100-150 kids!
Family reunion, ~30 people, mix of adults and families, at sister's home in rural Wisconsin, plenty of woods and indoor space.
Our youth group of approx 15 teenagers in a church hall.
My daughter will be turning 8 and we are planning a slumber party.
Girl Scout Day Camp. Our theme this year is "Treasure Grove". We plan to use various activities throughout the week referencing this theme.
4th grade birthday party at a lake with a large sandy beach area and a covered pavilion.
Youth group at church: a small group consisting of stair step ages (don't think I even have 2 the same age).

... and the places - every state in America but so far only six continents (maybe there aren't many parties in Antarctica!)

British Columia
District of Columba
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Nova Scotia
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
West Virginia

and beyond

Hong Kong
New Zealand
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom