Graduation calls for a grand celebration!! After all, the hard work and dedication that was put into achieving the precious diploma needs to be rewarded with accolades. It obviously accosts for party time! With some exciting graduation party themes, you can make the graduation party a fun way to congratulate your graduate’s friends and classmates.
Is your graduate going to college? You can deck the walls with college pennants, banners with new and old college logos, and jerseys from their new school.
Pay a tribute to the school from where your son or daughter is graduating. Let the graduate carry a lot of memories of the school so decorate the party scene with school colors, logo, team jerseys and lots of photos.
If your graduate is an actor and participated in school plays, maybe you could borrow some props from the school and invite his co-actor friends to dress up and perform for the guests. A spoof of his favorite movie or novel would be great!
If you can’t get to a real beach or pool, give your backyard a beach setting in the afternoon. Fill up a plastic kiddy pool with ice and arrange your salads and other perishable food to keep them cool throughout the party. Serve beverages with cute straws and little umbrellas. Have a lot of beach balls, yard games, patio umbrellas, lawn chairs and beach towels. Ask the guests to dress in beachwear!!
Is your graduate an artist? Or a photographer? Have a showing of his work and give it a look or gallery exhibition. How about auctioning some of his best work for his friends to keep! This theme lends itself to a great invitation!
Is your graduate a sports freak? Draw up a theme around their favorite sports. Hang their team t-shits, trophies, and certificates and place their best sports equipments and get it autographed by his friends!
Did your graduate love his French lessons or is he going to France for further studies? Develop a theme on that. French bread, exotic cheeses, French pastries set-up around the French flag or a miniature Eiffel Tower. Have some great French music or play a French movie during the party.