Graduation party ideas can come from anywhere, but the best place to start is with your grad. The party theme can revolve around his or her favorite food (such as our BBQ graduation party), an activity (such as our Photo Booth party), their high school or college (such as our Classic party) or something as simple as her favorite colors (such as our Bright Colors party).
Once you choose a theme, it’s time to get creative. It’s fun to come up with ways to tie the food, decorations and graduation invitations into the theme for a party that wows teens and parents alike. We’ve created Pinterest boards to gather ideas for these four unique graduation party ideas. From the invitations to the dessert, everything comes together perfectly. Continue reading
Our BBQ Graduation Party Invitations were the inspiration for a party theme featured on the party planning website, Celebrations.com. They took our cute, little red BBQ invitations and planned a whole graduation party around them! From the finger-licking food choices to the creative decorations, they used our BBQ theme to pull everything together in a fun and festive way, while keeping things simple for the hostess. Check out the article and photos if you’re looking for crowd-pleasing graduation party ideas.
We know many of you are thinking about graduation at this time of year, and we’re here to help. Not just showing off our super cool graduation invitations, but also helping you plan and prepare for the best graduation party ever.
Where do you even start? We suggest coming up with graduation theme ideas first. Might be as simple as your school colors, or as extravagant as a Mexican Fiesta. I think my own graduation party theme was pork. I know, cool, right? Long story short, my parents are in the swine industry, which explains it, but I really wish I would have had a cool theme. We had my party the night of the ceremony, so maybe our theme was ‘Hallelujah, we’re done’. But enough about me.
Here’s a question we received recently from a Pear Tree customer:
Our son is graduating from high school this year and we’re planning his open house. We’d like to make it as fun as possible for him, but are struggling with finding a theme. Can you help us?