DIY Graduation Party with Tiny Prints

Disclosure: This post is part of a campaign with Tiny Prints and LooksiSquare. All opinions are entirely my own.

Graduation season is just around the corner … and what better way to set off our newly graduates than a DIY graduation party! Some may want to hold a grand celebration, while others prefer an intimate one. Whichever it is, opting for a DIY adds an extra touch of personalization.

tiny prints graduation announcementsPIN IT! Given the fact that I am doing this campaign for a project, I’ve decided that I will share my personal ideas as to how I would throw a Graduation Party as well as some tips to remember to make it a success!

Don’t have crafty hands? No worries at all as you’ve stumbled across the perfect post for your DIY Graduation needs!

tiny prints graduation announcementsPIN IT!

First and foremost of all, you will need a fabulous Graduation Announcement or Invitation … and with Tiny Print Graduation Cards you can guarantee that you will get stylish and trend forward graduation stationery designs. Love making a statement? Then make sure to check out the foil-stamped designs that adds the right amount of glitz and glam. Aside from that there are also Letterpress designs and Matching envelope liners & envelope colors to choose from.

Of course what’s a party without the festivities? Make your graduation party amazing with cupcakes and cookies! Everyone loves sweets, and you can never go wrong with these colorful and mouth watering treats. Now that the treats are in place let’s not forget on decorating the party area with party poppers, party banners and balloons – this will surely make a grand intro for the celebrant!

As the party takes it course, from the usual chit-chat, snacking and what not remember to end the celebration with a bang by having a small toast over a sparkling cider … if up for it, make some guest share some wishes and congratulatory messages. Last but not the leas, let everyone remember this big event with a small party favor. That way, both the graduate and the guest can display this memorabilia and remind them what a great celebraton they have had.

Check out the following designs of actual Tiny Prints Graduation Announcements / Invitations …

Check out the following styles of Graduation Announcement / Invitation

  • Foil Stamped Graduation Announcement – (5×5 – Scallop trim) Fantastic Graduate
  • Foil Stamped Graduation Announcement – (5×5 – Square trim) Gleaming Success
  • Letterpress Graduation Announcement – (5×7 – Square trim) Pristine Lines
  • Letterpress Graduation Party Invitation – 7×5 – Ticket trim) Stylish Student
  • Foil Stamped Graduation Party Invitation – 5×7 – Rounded Trim) Elegant Academia
  • Keeping all these pointers in mind should be a good start to set a slammin’ DIY Graduation Party! Make sure to check out the rest of Tiny Prints collection for all types of occasion, announcements, stationaries, gifts, home decor, and even for businesses!

    Feel free to message me or comment below if you have further question or need an extra idea for making your party a hit. Have fun planning!


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    • robin masshole mommy

      I love Tiny Prints! They seriously have the cutest stuff there. I have ordered from them a few times.

    • Terri Steffes

      These are super cute. I use Tiny Prints mostly for Christmas but I need to broaden my scope and use for other events.

    • Janel

      I love this company they make the cutest designs. Now a days most people do email type invites so it is always nice when you get a physical copy in the mail.

    • Roxanne

      I love Tiny Prints! I’ve used them for all our invites and even Christmas cards too!

    • The Spirited Sloth

      These are such great and fun ideas! I didn’t have a real graduation party, but I might just have to plan one for my step sister after reading this!

    • Marcie

      I LOVE Tiny Prints! I used them mostly for birth announcements and holiday cards and I didn’t even think about graduation cards. These look so nice!

    • Amanda Love

      This is awesome! I love DIY especially when it comes to party decor. It’s better to just do things yourself especially if you’re going to use the decor just once.

    • Tereza

      I’m so gutted I never had a graduation party – I graduated from my uni in England and because my family lives in Czech Republic they just didn’t get the chance (and money) to come over. These are lovely ideas though and everyone who’s thinking about having one (or not) should totally go ahead and celebrate!!:) x

    • Theresa

      These cards look so nice! I’m glad I have a while before I have to think about graduation cards for my kids, but the cards from Tiny Prints look great.

    • Reesa Lewandowski

      I love Tiny Prints. I feel like their selection is so upscale and everything always comes in so lovely.

    • Nikki

      Tiny Prints always has the cutest stuff. I’ve used them a lot in the past for different parties. These are all really fun graduation party ideas!

    • Anvita

      I have tried their sister company shutterfly but never tiny prints. These are pretty cards.

    • Belle

      I haven’t tried Tiny Prints but I kept hearing a lot of great things about them. I need to check them out.

      Belle | One Awesome Momma

    • Anna nuttall

      This is super cute and the prints are so lovely and nicely done. xx

    • Teresa

      I adore Tiny Prints. My brother started a new company awhile back and handed me a business card and I was like, Oh no, baby brother let me gift you with a better one. I ordered a bunch from Tiny Print sna now he never orders from any place else.

    • Sheri

      These look really nice and I have never used Tiny Prints but these are so nice and I will have a look at what else they have.

    • Heather

      Beautiful graduation announcements and party invitations. Graduation is such an important time to celebrate!

    • Adrienne Carter

      I adore Tiny Prints! I actually used them for my graduation announcements! Love your blog girl!

    • shannon

      These are beautiful. I never would have guessed there were DIY! This has been pinned, thanks!

    • Rose Sahetapy

      These are fabolous graduation party ideas. I’ve never used Tiny Prints , but they do have amazing collection of cards.

    • Breyona Sharpnack

      tiny prints is one of my favorite sites for creating awesome invites and greeting cards. they have a lot of options

    • Kiwi

      These are the cutest little invitations! I know you have even more announcements to make and send off this year wink wink!