Parents and teachers know that a good early educational experience can pave the way for scholastic success. So, to recognize the importance of this milestone school year, many celebrate the culmination of kindergarten with a graduation ceremony and party.
Celebrations.com expert Jeanne Benedict has some great tips to ensure that your little scholar will have a memorable time from the Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony to fun grad games and activities at a class party. Read the rest of this entry »
Gossip Girl is one of the most popular shows on TV these days, and the cast of characters are so interesting and full of intrigue (thanks to Gossip Girl herself!) this show makes for a great teen party…and could even be fun for pre-prom or graduation party themes. Find some inspiration here for a Gossip Girl party that won’t soon be forgotten!
If you need help getting in the mood, or if this is a birthday party for a GG fanatic, get the DVDs!
Just in time for graduation season, Bakerella has come up with a fresh batch of Candy Cup Caps to celebrate the Class of 2009. So sweet made of our favorite candies…Bakerella has come up with a wonderful sweet treat to celebrate your favorite graduate this year. A must to add to the special party menu!
Dr. Seuss’s Oh The Places You’ll Go is a quick classic, inspiring all of those graduates to look at the next phase of life with a true spirit of adventure and balance. Although any graduation party will mainly center around gathering, eating, and talking, it is often fun to have a theme for decorations, special food ideas, and a few activities as well. This book can serve as the perfect theme for such a party.
When you think about your upcoming graduation party, certain questions come to mind that you need to answer before you can get started. Given that your kid is 17 or 18 years old, definitely discuss the details with him or her early on so that you can plan ahead, and that so there are no misunderstandings.