Unsure how to choose the right graduation announcement that's right for you? No problem. Whether you (or your loved on) has graduated from highschool, college, or even a post-graduate level program any one of these unique graduation announcements could work for you. This is where the customizability of each one of these templates comes in handy. You'll be able to customize the school's name and any relevant program information within the template to make it right for you.
Other things to keep in mind when choosing the right graduation announcement:
- The grad's preferences and personality.
- Photo or no photo?
- Flat grad announcement vs. Postcard
This might sound obvious (especially if you're the one graduating), but before you get started on choosing the right announcement consider the personality and preferences of the grad. Are they the type to prefer a lot of color or vibrance? On the other hand are they more reserved and likely to prefer a classic look? Or is the graduate somewhere in the middle? Whatever the preferences may be, just keep them in mind when you're browsing the designs.
To use a photo or not to use a photo... That is the question!
Next thing to consider is whether or not you want to use a photo (or even multiple photos) on your graduation announcement. Graduation announcements are a great place to share those spectacular graduation photos! If you're certain either way, you can easily filter the selection by photo templates or non-photo templates. Whatever you need to do to make your life easier, we're here for it.
Flat card vs. Postcard
Next and final consideration will be what type of card you'd like your graduation announcement to be. If you choose to send a flat card, you'll have the option to add multiple additional photos on the back (hello baby pictures!) as well as a number of different layouts with text. The flat card will then be placed into a nice envelope. On the other hand, a postcard will be sent without an envelope and have fewer options for customizations on the back (you gotta put your addresses there after all).