Decorate your table with these cute and fun graduation party centerpieces. These are the best ones you can create – easy to personalize too!
There is so much to plan and organize when you are hosting a graduation party. I am here to help! First, download and print this free graduation party checklist. It gives you a step-by-step guide, showing you exactly when to get certain tasks done.
I broke everything down into easy deadlines – that way, you won’t feel overwhelmed or fall behind schedule. Forget about saving everything for the last minute. With this handy checklist, you can actually get everything done, without losing your mind!
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The Best Graduation Party Centerpieces
Whether you like ready-made centerpieces or ones you can make on a cutting machine like the Cricut, there is something for everyone on this list!
Scroll through this list of graduation party centerpieces and you’ll find professional centerpieces, personalized ones, and even a few that can double as party favors.
Graduation Centerpieces Tips
When you are decorating for a graduation party, there are a few tips that you should know. Follow these little hacks and you’ll have the best-decorated graduation party ever!
Make Centerpieces Work Double-Duty
Instead of spending time or money on party favors and centerpieces, make the centerpieces something you can send home to guests.
There are a lot of different ways you can do this. Fill a jar with personalized candy bars. Decorate floral vases bouquets that you can hand out. Or set up a selfie station and display the props on the tables.
When you only have to worry about one thing, it will save you so much energy.
Keep It Simple
Next, it is very important for you to remember to keep everything simple. As you plan and prepare, maybe cut out one or two of your decorating ideas. It is so easy to go overboard when you are super proud of your graduate!
For example, instead of cupcake toppers and bouquet picks and a large indoor banner, do just one of those ideas. Add a few balloons and the entire room is more than ready for your guests.
Stick To A Theme
Having a theme will help you stay focused and make smarter decisions as you decorate. The easiest them can be the school’s colors. Or, maybe you want to have a glitzy party with gold and silver glitter.
Whatever you choose, don’t try to mix themes together. That will complicate things and slow you down. Plus, it could clutter up the room and create disorganization.
With the invention of cutting machines, it is easier than ever before to personalize everything! You can buy these personalized items on Etsy or make them yourself.
Finally, don’t feel like you have to do it all by yourself. Reach out and ask for people to pick up a few small jobs.
If you are going to DIY the centerpieces, assign parts of the craft to your kids, friends, or other family members. It is amazing how much easier and fast decorating for a party is when you have help!