Consider the many ways you can use flowers to decorate your graduation party. You can place flowers on buffets and sideboards, mantels, entry areas and, of course, as table centerpieces. Let your florist know what you have in mind, and he or she can create some amazing floral decorations.
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Those final exams may not have been taken yet, but thoughts of mortarboards and tassels are already in the minds of seniors everywhere. That means that it will not be too long and graduation parties will be kicking soon.
So let’s get the party started. Here are the basic steps:
Step 1: Pick a Date. Keep in mind all the other grads will be doing the same. Planning around other family events may allow out-of-town guests to “double dip” the trip.
Step 2: Set a Budget. Be realistic; parties can be expensive. Each person invited represents an expense. Outline all the options available in regard to locations, food and beverage, decoration, entertainment and rentals such as tables, chairs, tents, etc. Consider the costs for each of these elements and select based on your abilities. Read More
Graduation festivities are part of every family, starting with the adorable singing, dancing and alphabet recitals of preschool graduations progressing to the pomp and circumstance of college graduations. Graduating from one grade, or even one step in a program such as scouts, is part of a series of accomplishments we often acknowledge and celebrate. Each goal reached, we stop, take notice, mark and honor the success of others and ourselves.
The tradition of graduation brings closure to a phase of life, while opening the way for the next phase. Graduations are lifetime milestones; every step recognized and celebrated. Read More
There is something magical about celebrating important milestones and marking those special times with flowers, especially such a noteworthy accomplishment as graduation. If you have a graduate “in the house,” take note, as here are my top five floral gifts to honor your favorite student.
You can never go wrong with a presentation bouquet. A monobotanical bouquet (all one type of flowers) of roses or gerbera daisies are classic. Ask your florist for flowers in fun, bold and contrasting colors and to wrap the bouquet in bright graphic tissue paper. Perfect for you to present to the grad who just walked off the stage with a diploma in hand, or to congratulate the student for a performance in a school play or tournament. Read More