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20 Clever DIY Graduation Party Ideas
If you are planning a graduation party, then a great way to save some money is to make some of your own decorations. Graduation party decorations can get expensive, so making your own could easily save you depending on the cost of your supplies.
If you are looking for some great DIY graduation ideas for your party, you won’t want to miss this list! These could work for either a high school or college graduation party, and you could even save a few of these to use for their siblings! Here are 20 DIY graduation party ideas to make.
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Another way to memorialize the party is to create a unique hashtag for it and ask the guests to use the hashtag. Your graduate will have lots of fun going back over the pics everyone took! This printable is a fun way to display the hashtag so everyone can use it.
Thank you cards are really important. This free graduation thank you card lets you add your own photo of the graduate. To the right of the photo is a place for the class year and graduate’s name. All text can be customized and if you can print it out or send it as an e-card.
Sure, streamers are cool, but this tassel garland is bright and fun! I love all the textures it gives the room and it can later be used to decorate the dorm room. Plus, you can reuse it at other parties.
These DIY graduation party favors have classic black and gold colors. They look gorgeous in their monochromatic glory. You’ll need to get some black gumballs for them and follow the easy instructions to make the grad hats.
Proudly display the grad’s graduation year with these giant DIY foam numbers. You can make them any color you want and use them to decorate the food table or dessert table…they are perfect to decorate just about anywhere!
These champagne glasses are filled with candy and topped with a little graduation cap. They are cute! And you can make them even better by using glasses with the logo of your graduate’s upcoming college.