What About Grad Cards?
Graduating from high school or college is a special event! All that hard work at school is quite an achievement, and one to be proud of. Graduation announcements are the proper way to announce and share this achievement with friends and family
Why Should You Send Graduation Announcements?
#1 Family & friends want to know
#2 Your parents love to brag
#3 Added bonus...many people may send you money
It's traditional for friends and family members to send money as a graduation gift. And who couldn't use a little cash as they have to pay for college, work clothes, a new apartment, and everything else that's needed?
#4 It's a great keepsake
#5 It's a good way to keep in touch with people
#6 It's a great way to celebrate your achievement
#7 It's a great way to thank those who helped you get to where you are today
#8 It's a tradition
Sending personal correspondence is traditional. As mentioned, graduation announcements are the first line of life’s traditional correspondence. Among others like save-the-dates, birth announcements and holiday cards, your graduation announcements are the perfect place to start building your contact list.
Who Should You Send Graduation Announcements?
Now what about designing and ordering your graduation announcements?
Did you know that I offer grad card design services to all of my clients? I promise, you are going to be so busy in the spring of senior year that sitting down to design and order grad cards is going to be the last thing you want to do! Let me save you HOURS of time by designing them for you!
Wondering how it all works? It's easy! I will send you a catalogue with all of the designs I offer. You get to choose your design, let me know which images you want (don't worry - I have an easy to use form for this), I design and send to you to proof. I can even change anything you want about the design; colors, fonts, orientation of the card, etc. You'll have the final say before your cards are printed.
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