Is a graduation party on the horizon? Need some last minute ideas to pull the party off? Check out these simple ways to get your party organized with flare. I’ve also put together a pinterest board FILLED with ideas for your high school, college or preschool graduate. Check it out here: 411 Graduation Party Planning.
Graduation Party Checklist
Celebrating your child’s graduation is important and exciting, and it can be expensive. Below, you’ll find a simple checklist with a few comments of how to make the planning simple and even mobile friendly.
For example: consider creating a Facebook Graduation Party Group where you can post photos of the grad, information about the party, directions linked with Google Maps or Imaps, and to keep friends and family who cannot attend in mix of the exciting day.
Another simple tip: Consider a hashtag and ask friends to upload photos of the event to Facebook or Instagram, like this #ToriGraduates2015.
Make your life easier, and print my Graduation Party Checklist to keep with you when planning. Click here: Graduation Party Checklist.
Simple Graduation Desserts
These graduation cookies are simple. Tie ribbons of your child’s school colors around “pirouettes” and place on them on a tray for serving.
Wine bottles for center pieces. Save wine and sparkling grape juice bottles to create a simple center piece with flare. Use your child’s graduation colors and create a unique center piece in under an hour.
Capturing the Moment
Garage sales and your local craft store will have large frames like the one used in the photo below to create unique graduation photos. Be sure to write your graduate’s party hashtag so family and friends can see all the photos uploaded to social media.
For more ideas about party planning, check out my pinterest board!