Graduation Party Ideas during Covid

8 May

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It’s May which means it’s graduation season!  Whether they’re graduating from high school or college, this last year has been a challenge to say the least.  Since many people are not having traditional graduation parties, you can still celebrate your graduate with these fun ideas.

Celebrate OutdoorsPersonalized graduation party supplies

Host your grad party at a public park or in your backyard.  Set up tables at least six feet apart and have your guests seated at tables where they can socially distance.  You can have food individually boxed or put in individual cups or pre-plated so that you keep contamination to a minimum.  We love our personalized graduation party supplies that make it easy {and fun!} to celebrate the grad.

Send an Announcement

Personalized graduation announcement

If you don’t feel comfortable with celebrating in-person, you can still let friends and family know that your child has graduated with a personalized graduation announcement.  You can let them know where to send well wishes in lieu of a personal gathering.

Drive-By

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A fun {and safe} way to celebrate your grad is hosting a drive-by grad party.  You can decorate your lawn and let friends and family know when they can safely drive-by to wish your grad congratulations.  You can have a lot of fun with decorating your yard with personalized graduation balloons, signs and streamers.

Personalized graduation gable boxes

You could also set-up a small table to hand out personalized graduation favors to your “guests” as they wish you well!

From everyone at The Stationery Studio, Congrats to the class of 2021 no matter how you celebrate!

XO,

Jennifer

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