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You graduated from high school . . . and itís time to celebrate! Graduation parties have become one of the staples of high school graduations. Itís a great time to get family and friends together to celebrate the end of a very significant part of your academic life. The following tips will help you make sure that your grad party (and your grad party hopping) will be great.

Pick a good date-
While you may be tempted to just choose a Saturday soon after graduation, itís better to properly plan your party. Ask your friends when theyíre having their parties, and do your best to coordinate so that you can get to at least a few of your close friendsí parties. Even if youíre planning your parties on the same day, you can try to have one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Send invitations-
When it comes to sending your graduation announcements thereís only one piece of advice that I can offer- itís your one chance to invite everyone you know just for you! Invite your friends, your relatives, your favorite teachers, and anyone else you can think of that might want to help you celebrate. Itís such an exciting time in your life to celebrate such an accomplishment.

Have a good time.-
When itís time for your party, enjoy yourself! Talk to everyone that shows up, enjoy the copious amounts of food that are bound to be served, and have funóthis is a party to celebrate your achievement!

Plan your party-hopping-
Because almost everyone has a graduation party, you have a lot of options for visiting other parties. Running around and going to other graduatesí parties can be just as fun as having your own. Write down when your friendsí parties are, and start making a plan for hitting as many as you can. Graduation parties are in full swing for a few weeks after graduation, so you can plan on having a few full Saturdays of party hopping. Enjoy the summer weather, a whole lot of free food, and hanging out with your friends, free from the worries of school!

Send thank-you notes-
As much as you may not want to do this, make a point to send thank-you notes, even if they didnít leave you a card or a gift. Itís a really nice thing to do, and shows your attendees that you appreciate their showing up. It doesnít need to be a whole lot (everyone understands that youíll be sending a large number of notes), but itís really classy to send out a card with a few sentences that express your gratitude.

Graduation parties are one of the best parts of finishing high school. Follow these suggestions and have a great timeóyouíve earned it!

By Anne
Anne has been with Invitations4Less.com since 2004 and came to us already knowledgeable about social stationery after previous employment with a wholesale printing firm.
Anne is mom to two young children who keep her busy and dreaming of sleep. But she wouldn't have it any other way!



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