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I thought I would share all of my high school graduation party ideas today. We had my daughter’s party last Saturday and it went great! I am sharing my decorations and more below. Feel free to steal any or all of these for a party of your own.
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We pulled an old wagon out of our barn. Half was used for food while the other half I decorated. Now it was extremely windy that day so I did the best I could with the 2018 balloons!
I added pictures of the graduate along with our card basket to this side as well.
I also added my graduation advice jar on this end.
On this end as well, I have a tshirt quilt spread out. I make one for each of my kids when they graduate high school. You can see how I made the one for my oldest daughter here.
Also, on the front of the wagon, the hoop wreath I shared Monday was hanging up. You can see details on it here.
I also had the clothespin photo frame I shared on Wednesday leaning on one end. You can find details on how to make it here.
The opposite end of the wagon held the food. That included a mound of delicious cupcakes! You can see how to make those graduation cupcake wrappers here.
The tables each had a mason jar centerpiece. You can see how to make these photo mason jars here. Then I just added some graduation hats on wood skewers. Click here to access the Cricut cut file for those.
I actually alternated these with another type of centerpiece. These jars just had a bit of rose gold washi tape along with some printed pictures on wood skewers.
The free printable words of wisdom cards were placed under each centerpiece with a few pens. Yes it was that windy! You can print your own graduation advice cards here.
I hope these high school graduation party ideas help you a little! I know we had an amazing time so I am sure you will as well! And yes this is pretty much a graduation party that was made possible by Cricut. So many projects were using my trusty machine. And I know this girl had a great time!
Need even more high school graduation party ideas? Try the links below!
- Graduation Centerpieces
- Giving Money for Graduation
- Graduation Mason Jar Gift
- Grad Party Ideas
- Over 20 handmade graduation gifts