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15 Genius Graduation Party Ideas

Is a diploma on the horizon? Celebrate graduation with these 15 smart party ideas! From what to eat, to decoration ideas, these budget and time friendly ideas will make your grad’s party a success.

Great Graduation DIY's 1 of 16
The tassel was worth the hassle! Celebrate graduation with these 15 brilliant grad party ideas.
Delicious Drinks 2 of 16
Use a number cookie cutters and colorful melons to recreate these festive kabobs!
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Hang a Banner 3 of 16
Use washi tape to spell out a congratulatory message, and have colorful sticky notes on hand for guests to write their own well-wishes.
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Cap Treats 4 of 16
Hats off to these yummy graduation caps! Tasty, and easy to make, these cute caps are a grad party must have.
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Photo Wall 5 of 16
Remember yesteryears with a photo wall in the date of the graduating class.
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Good Luck Bunting 6 of 16
Wish your graduate luck with colorful bunting! Use school colors for an extra touch of festivity.
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Cake Toppers 7 of 16
Class of 2013 can celebrate with these darling cake toppers.
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Fun Drinks 8 of 16
Add some pizzaz to your beverages by topping them off with a paper graduation cap! This brilliant idea couldn't be easier, or cuter!
Learn more at Cater Supply Direct
Photo Gallery 9 of 16
Display favorite pics with this simple DIY photo wall.
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