15 Brilliant Graduation Party Ideas


It’s almost here! Graduation is right around the corner and we want YOU to have the best grad party EVER! Here are some easy and fun party ideas to make sure your party is better than your friends!

1. Graduation Cookies With Your Face On Them

The perfect cookie to send home with your guest. Let them remember you and all of your accomplishments before they eat your delicious head off.

2. Recreate This AMAZING Taco Bar

Make this and your guests will never want to leave and I might show up.

3. Grad Libs

These grad libs will keep everyone entertained. Make your guest read them out loud for extra giggles!

4. Take Your Guests Down Memory Lane

This will definitely warm the hearts of your parents. We suggest filling up the entire front yard with pictures. Classic.

5. Ask For Some Wisdom

Whether its wisdom from your little brother, your best friend, or your crazy aunt; little keys to success are cute and meaningful!

6. Set the Tables Like a Pro

This beautiful set up is made easy with mason jars and plastic plates and utensils (AKA affordable and easy to clean).

7. Make Big Piņata Numbers

Class of 16! Perfect props for fun photos too!

8. Tassel Overload


Overwhelm your guest with a ridiculous amount of tassels. Pick your school colors or go for the GOLD.

9. A Very Necessary S’mores Station

I repeat: VERY necessary.

10. Glitter Everything

Glitter your university name, your grad year, the word grad, your friends, the list goes on and on…

11. Give Your Guests Options With This Drink Station

All you need are a few buckets and plenty of ice to make your guests feel pampered.

12. Order a Custom Cake

Cake, cupcakes, whatever you prefer!

13. Make This Easy Graduation Bark

Another way to shove your school colors down their throat (but we promise they’ll like it!).

14. Throw Glitter in Balloons

Easy and super fun!

15. Add These Graduation Caps to Everything

All you need is some paper, hot glue, and straws to give your party just what it needs.

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