Creative Graduation Ideas for 2014

It’s that time of year again when young students make their way to the next stage of life upon graduating from high school or college or any kind of schooling. 


How can you make your graduation celebration stand out from the rest of the graduation parties you’ll be attending? Here’s a few unique ways to make your Class of 2014 grad be the best in class!

 

Make a Candy Bouquet

These Reese cup desserts are the number one desserts of any graduation. But why not take it up a notch and turn these sweet treats into a centerpiece bouquet?

Mixing in M&Ms and you’ve got the center of attention right here.

 

Party Favors with Tassels

At Home in Arkansas featured this beautiful graduation party filled with plenty of inspiration.

We love the take out boxes for favors that have graduation cap tassels affixed to the sides.

 

Give Grads the Keys to Success

Have your party guests give the young grad inspirational messages for them to read later.

Follow our tips on how to make these “keys” and leave them out near a jar or keepsake box for guests to write their tips for success.

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