After four years of after school practices, late nights writing essays and early Saturday morning fundraisers it’s finally over. It’s time to celebrate their graduation! As a parent you might want to throw a party as a reward to both you and your proud graduate :)
As parents the graduation party will probably be the second biggest party you throw for your little ones. (The wedding will of course be the big show.) As Party Planners we understand the stress involved in planning a big event. To help you alleviate some of the stress involved with the graduation planning, and to throw a great graduation party we wanted to share our Graduation Party Planning Checklist.
Print it out and use it as a trusty guide as you strive to throw a graduation party that you and your graduate love and that goes off without a hitch!
Before you start planning we want to give you one more big nugget of advice and that is to set a budget before you start. This is true of every big party you throw (at least it should be) but especially important for a graduation party because you just might get carried away.
Good luck with your party and congrats to the grad!