Your graduation party is right around the corner! And you’re probably thinking, ‘What do I wear to my grad party?!’ Opting for a dress is pretty safe, especially when it is in one of the summer’s top trends: lace, floral and pastels. Here are some of my favorites that include skater dresses, maxi dresses and fit and flare dresses.
Wondering what’s hot on Pinterest from Pear Tree Greetings? Take a peek below to see our top pinned products and ideas!
Here it is — our best graduation announcements and party ideas all in one place! Our 2014 Graduation Lookbook is the perfect place to collect ideas for your grad party and find the announcement or party invitation that fits your style.
Check out our 2014 Grad Lookbook and let us know what you think!
Spring has sprung, which means it’s time to come out of hibernation and gather the family for all of the season’s many milestones. Whether you’re celebrating Easter, Mother’s Day, or your newest graduate, you’ll want to make sure you capture all of those special moments — and you don’t even need a fancy camera to do it.
Here are a few photography tips to make sure you get the best photos of your next family event:
- Consider a tripod: Yes, there are tripods for your iPhone, and yes, they’re actually pretty affordable. Setting up a small, flexible table-top tripod on the picnic table or another commonly-used surface makes it easy to capture a steady photo at a natural angle. Here are some more smartphone gadgets to consider.
- Play with poses: Getting your loved ones to demonstrate genuine emotion makes for truly rewarding photos. Prompt your partygoers with an inside joke, or ask one of them to tell another one a secret. Capturing an honest-to-goodness giggle is just about as good as it gets! Continue reading
Graduation party planning just got a whole lot easier. Our new graduation party decorations let you create a party theme in so many different ways—and without all the fuss of dealing with photo prints and finding matching accessories! You can even coordinate them with your graduation announcements.
You know you’re going to want to showcase your favorite photos and memories at the grad party. Make it easy and let us print it for you!
Large & Small Table Decor
Sprinkle it on tables or make a garland—personalized with photos, colors and text, our table decor inspires easy graduation party decoration ideas.
Real cards created by real people like you!
The graduation announcements are pouring in and this one stood out for its bright red color and fun, candid photos. (Plus, the matching yard sign is hard to miss!) We asked Tristan’s proud mom to share a little bit about her son.
We’re so excited to introduce our new custom posters that are going to make decorating for graduation parties, birthday parties, dorm rooms and kids’ rooms so much easier and much more fun! These posters all feature photos—lots and lots of photos—so you can create a memory board in honor of the grad, or a poster of your teen with all her friends to decorate her dorm room.
Spruce up your graduation party with our free graduation printables! All you have to do is enter your email address and we’ll send you a pdf with the printables that you can cut out and use however you like. The free graduation printable includes a black and gold 2014 banner and cake or food toppers. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading
See how stylist, Chris from CelebrationsAtHomeBlog.com, used Pear Tree Greetings’ graduation products to create these classic graduation party ideas!
Graduation season is just about 6 weeks away for college, and a couple of months for high school, so it’s time to start planning! I’m excited to share this styling project that I worked on for Pear Tree Greetings in order to showcase ideas inspired by their faux foil triangles graduation invitation. The key design features I incorporated into this modern-classic graduation party were the classic black and gold color scheme, the graphic triangles, and photos & circles that complement the invitations.
I also added a few whimsical details like “graduation cap” bottle toppers, and “diploma” roll napkins. I’ll be sharing some tutorials for some of these projects this week so stayed tuned. For now let me tell you about the overall decor.