Graduation parties bring together friends and family
January 27, 2010
Whether your loved one is celebrating their last day of kindergarten or their college graduation, it's important to celebrate their achievement with a graduation party.
Not only will a big bash show them how much you admire their hard work and dedication, it will also give all of your friends and family a chance to get together and offer their best wishes as the student begins a new chapter in his or her life.
Middle school graduation parties
Though middle school students still have a lot of education ahead of them - and plenty of opportunities for graduation parties in the future -making the leap to high school can be intimidating and a little bittersweet.
To celebrate the mile-marker, throw your pre-teen an amazing graduation party. Make sure to stock up on graduation decorations like streamers, balloons that read "congratulations" and colorful table cloths.
Send out graduation invitations to all of the members on the guest of honor's list, and bake them their favorite kind of cake.
High school graduation parties
A high school graduation is almost as good as a family reunion. If you have a teenager who will soon be heading off to college or the workforce, show them how much you care by throwing an amazing shindig in their honor.
Send out graduation invitations to all of your friends and family members and get ready for a huge party.
Pick up graduation party supplies like printed napkins, graduation-themed paper plates and banners that wish the grad the best.
In order to make this a party that the boy or girl of the honor will remember for years to come, clear some space for dancing as the night goes on, and have an mp3 player ready with playlists of all of their favorite dance tunes.
College graduation parties
College graduation parties might be the best of all. It represent the end of a long academic career that doubtlessly had its share of highs and lows, and challenges and accomplishments.
Now's definitely the time to go-all out to celebrate the success and fortitude of your degree-holder.
To make this a really fun experience for the guest of honor, why not make it a surprise party? Consider renting out a venue, like their favorite local bar or restaurant.
Send out graduation invitations to all of the unsuspecting student's friends, and make sure that they all arrive early so that they honoree doesn't suspect anything.
Hire a DJ or convince a friend to be in charge of the music at the event, and go all out with graduation decorations before the shindig starts.
Fill the space with balloons, flowers and party lights and ask the venue to provide some light fare, like appetizers or pizza, for partygoers to enjoy.
Then, just sit back and wait for the graduate to be blown away!