Creating your Graduation Collage Showpiece

16683839_10154563209972933_8179084417476875125_nYour son’s or daughters’s graduation party is a special time to celebrate that milestone.

With every graduation party, it makes it even more memorable with a collage showpiece.
How do you start your idea, and how much time do you have? Don’t despair.

Think first, of all the graduates favorite milestones over the years.
Did she excel in sports, or other activities such as academics, or a traveling camp – every graduate is different.
What were her proudest achievments? Start with a few ideas, gather your photos and work from there. For a larger collage, pick a feature photo and work down to younger photos.
Most people enjoy an over the years assortment of photos, from past to present. And if you include family members – always use a balance. Some graduates like to show off their senior pictures as well.
When it comes time to start your theme, pick out a background that suits the graduates personality best.
If it is not a surprise gift, ask the graduate themselves to pick it out – it will be true keepsake if the theme was planned to their liking.


Many graduation parties are based on school colors and/or the graduates favorite colors.
Canvas wraps are a fun and creative way to showpiece those memories, but traditional framed prints are popular too.
Be sure to give your framer some time for matting and framing, so your picture is ready in time for the party.
Collages make a great conversation piece for a graduation party, and when the party is over a wonderful keepsake for your wall!
We are here to help with your collage planning, feel free to call with any questions about your special celebration,
or about the website. 402-910-3357 or leave a message in contacts.

Happy Graduation Party!

Published in: Uncategorized on January 25, 2015 at 9:03 am  Leave a Comment  

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