Graduation invitations and graduation announcements celebrate the past and the promises of the future. From your child's pre-school graduation, elementary school graduation, middle school graduation, high school graduation through college graduation, acknowledge their achievements and success with graduation party invitations or graduation announcements that let friends and family know their accomplishments and what their future now holds.
You'll find 2012 & 2013 graduation invitations and announcements in lots of school colors - tassels, graduation gowns, graduation caps and diplomas. We have fun 2012 & 2013 graduation invitations for backyard barbeques, and humorous college graduation invitations with beer kegs or beer pong graduation party invitations, graduation cap invitations and more. You can use any wording on any card to create the perfect 2011 & 2012 graduation party invitations or graduation announcements.
Sit down with your graduate and agree on who to send graduation party invitations to. Make sure you have included family and extended relatives too. Don't forget neighbors, teachers, coaches, co-workers (graduates and yours) and other friends of the family. Make sure your graduate has the day off work and that their girlfriend/boyfriend and best friends aren't having a graduation party on the same date. Remember classmates will be having graduation parties too. That means your graduate will be busy going to their friends' parties and will probably be too busy to spend a lot of time visiting outside of their own graduation party time. Don't schedule yourself too thin, you might be invited to those graduation parties too!
You'll want to make sure to choose a graduation party date a few weeks after graduation or the weekend before graduation for a great turnout. The right party date in a calendar crammed full of graduating classmates will ensure a fabulous turnout for your party. A graduation party invitation by snail mail will get noticed and guests can make sure they save the date to attend your party.
Agreeing on Who to send Graduation Invitations and Graduation Announcements
If there are people you are not inviting to the graduation party because of distance, it's too hard for them to travel, or you have people you realize would love to know about your child's graduation but you don't know them well enough to invite them to the party, you may want to put them on a separate list and mail them graduation announcements instead of a graduation party invitation. Also, once you have your final graduation invitations mailing list, make sure you keep it handy to make sending thank you notes much easier. Read more about Who to Send Graduation Invitations or Graduation Announcements >>>
How to Adress your Graduation Announcements
If there are two envelopes included with your graduation announcements, an inner envelope (without a gummed flap) and an outer envelope (with a gummed flap and slightly larger), you will hand-address the outer envelope to your invited guests at their mailing address. The outer envelope tells the post office where to deliver the graduation announcement. Read more about How to Address Graduation Announcements >>>
Do you have to Bring a Gift to Every Graduation Party you Attend?
In general, the answer is no. Your "presence" at a graduation party is often "present" enough. A nice touch would be to write a personal message inside a card and sign it from your family. If your child is graduating, why not buy a bunch of our Graduation Note Cards
in your school colors and that way you have cards on hand to write personal messages as well as graduation thank you notes for your child.
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