Since the grad party isn’t exactly for children we don’t know how crucial an activity is, but one activity we thought was too darling not to mention was to set up a photo booth and have a chalk board where guests can jot down which year they graduated:
Most craft stores sell chalkboards or of course you can always find them on good ole Etsy!
Grandma might write “Class of 1940″, Aunt Pam might say “Class of 1975″ and Uncle Buddy might just say “Class of wouldn’t you like to know!” – Let guests have fun with it and what a fun memory for you to put into a photo album to enjoy for years to come!
Include photo booth props, to make the booth all that more interesting:
Another idea we thought was, well… thoughtful is this sweet little memory/hope jar:
Get a large mason jar and some note cards and let people write wishes for the grad or memories with the grad to stick inside. If you’re graduate is headed off to college this can be something they read that first night in the dorms.
Thank your guests for coming by giving them your smiling grad’s photo slapped on a pack of m&m’s:
We find these so funny! But hey, they totally serve their purpose right? Put them inside these handy little grad hat gift boxes paired with our favor tags and WAH LAH! Check your graduation party favors off your list of things to think about!
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