No matter how active your high school or college senior may be on Facebook or Twitter, the achievement of graduation deserves greater recognition than the chatter of social media can provide! College graduations are right around the corner, with high school graduations soon to follow. If you’ve been thinking about honoring your grad with a special celebration, start by sending out printed graduation party invitations to memorialize this special milestone for years to come.
Consider what type of party your graduate would enjoy most, as well as the type of party you would feel most comfortable hosting, such as:
- Informal Open House
- Formal sit-down dinner
- Surprise Party
- Backyard cookout
- Favorite restaurant
If you have a graduating high school senior, find out if his or her senior class has a Grad Night planned so that your party doesn’t conflict with the event. Grad Nights are a growing trend, providing a safe alternative for all-night, substance-free fun for high school seniors and their friends. These parties are usually sponsored and hosted by senior class parents who believe in the concept of keeping kids safe on what can be a high-risk evening.
If you have a college graduate, find out if extra guests may be invited to attend Commencement exercises. That way you can decide whether or not to include commencement details on the graduation party invitations, along with information about the party afterwards.
For some fun party planning ideas, check out the Graduation Party Planning Guide available on graduationparty.com. In it you’ll find ideas on decorations, party favors, food and accessories, even personalized accessories such as your graduate’s name or alma mater printed on water bottles, candy bars, party banners, napkins and much more.
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