5 Steps to a Simple and Fun DIY Graduation Party
It is that time of the year again: graduation season! Whether it is a friend, sibling, daughter, son, or other relative, everyone knows someone walking down the aisle in a cap and gown this year! If you are thinking of how to celebrate your loved one’s big milestone, we got you! Here are 5 steps to a DIY Graduation celebration!
1. Make a class of 2021 themed photo station
Capture the occasion AND make it festive by using curtains as a backdrop, and hang up banners, streamers and decor from your local party supplies shop! You can even use a camera like a Polaroid that can also double as take home party favors for your guests!
2. Use Tuck-ins for a great party favor
Speaking of party favors, handing out Tuck-ins to guests or even using them as table centerpieces are an easy way to add decoration and kick off the summer in a sweet way! You can also end the celebration with a bonfire and use the Tuck-ins for the ultimate mess-free roasting experience! Get a discounted bundle of 20, 40, or 60 Tuck-ins, perfect for graduation get togethers, and available in multiple flavors and a Gluten-Free and Vegan option! Order them now and use code SMORE20 for 20% off your order!
3. Make a DIY graduation memory board
There is no better way to reflect on good times and celebrate your loved one than with pictures! Print out and make a collage of major events and highlights, and hang them up for when guests enter your home!
4. Bake some treats your guests will rave over
If you are into baking, and you have a graduation or grad party coming up, bake these festive and delicious gold shimmer meringues! Your guests will not be able to get enough of these beautiful and yummy sweets!
5. Make a grad party signature frame
As guests leave the celebration, let your graduate remember this milestone forever by hanging up a Grad Party signature frame with a picture of them in the middle! Guests and family can sign the poster board, making such a great take away from their special day!
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