Graduation Party Ideas-Centerpiece

It’s that time of year again when speeches are made, diploma’s passed out, hat are tossed in the air in freedom and glee. There are also tears. Pride intermixed with the bittersweet joy of watching your child enter the adult world. And it’s also time to party!

I’ve compiled some fun, simply and inexpensive ideas for the graduation that are sure to make lasting memories. So let’s get started.

This simple table centerpiece was made from a sticker, a small candle holder that I bought for $1 from the Dollar Tree and a tea light candle. The sticker was a custom order with a collage of photos that I ordered through Oriental Trading but you can use anything that suites the event (just make sure that it is placed away from the flame). Try it for baby showers, wedding showers or weddings, the possibilities are unlimited. By the way, these also make a nice parting gift.

 

Stop by tomorrow for more decorating ideas!

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Author:

Rhonda L. Print, the Author of paranormal romance novels, has 20 years of experience as a romance reader. Her work includes the five star reviewed novel Nightwalker, A Leah Wolfe SINS Novel, The Order of Chaos, Justified, Phoenix and Guardian . Her latest release, ShadowWalker is available at www.LSBooks.com, www.Amazon.com and many other retailers, along with all of her novels. She loves to hear from her readers. You can leave a comment and read free titillating bites of all of her books by clicking on their book cover at www.RhondaLPrint.com Escape to romance, intrigue and adventure with a bite of paranormal at www.RhondaLPrint.com

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