Friday, April 13, 2012

Tiny Prints and Graduation

My firstborn has officially graduated high school.  She graduated early in February and has been working two part-time jobs while preparing for college.  I have a bunch of mixed emotions, as does she.  Sadness for the part of her life that's ending and happiness for the next chapter in her life.  Although Shelby is not still attending high school classes, she will be participating in the graduation ceremony in May and I will be hosting a graduation party for her in June.  I've been busy researching and purchasing items to mark the memorable occasion.

Tiny Prints, a company that offers exceptional graduation announcements and invitations, has several designs that I'm considering for the ceremony and party.  There are so many options to choose from and they can be customized to fit your needs.  Offering exclusive designs from the nation's top designers, easy card personalization, a powerful preview engine and top-notch customer service and paper quality, their designs have been lauded by numerous television networks, publications and celebrities. With Tiny Prints by your side commemorating graduation is a cinch!

Although I'm not completely decided, I think I'm going to go with the above design for Shelby's graduation announcement.  The colors are reflective of her school and I can upload more than one picture.

Do you have a graduate in your family this year?  Will you be ordering graduation announcements or invitations?

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Casey colette said...

Dropping by from the Blogs Doc of the Coppertone Moms group! I am also a member! What a cute blog and button! Visit me if you have time. Xo!~ Casey C
i dont see links to your Social networks on your sidebar? hmmm.. ?

Megan said...

Wow - graduation pictures have gotten about a billion times more hip in the last couple decades! :)

Kayla @ TheEclecticElement said...

I definitely understand the mixed emotions. I mean you ARE leaving a part of your life behind for bigger and better things; it's both sad and exciting. Scary and amazing :)

Congrats to Shelby!