Ok so you may have graduated through Zoom or you will be graduating sitting 6 feet part from your classmates - but that shouldn’t detract you from such a big accomplishment!
YOU ARE GRADUATING THE CLASS OF 2020!
This graduating class has gone through some major hurdles, probably the most hurdles that any graduating class has faced in a while, but they aren’t hurdles that you all weren’t ready to face.
The transition into the next chapter will be a period full of growth, self-discovery, and new beginnings - so make the most out of it.
I can give you all of the sappy yet inspiring graduation quotes (looks like I already mistakenly did), but I’m sure what you want to do right now is host a fricken graduation party!
Well here are some low budget grad party ideas for you, whether you’re social distance celebrating at-home or not:
1. GRADUATION PARTY FOOD IDEAS FROM HOME
Now whatever you do from home is your prerogative, but must we say that our Cookie Shots go great with a shot of Kahlua or any coffee liquor? Just saying! I know the kids nowadays like to do what they call “icing someone” with Smirnoff - but at least drink responsibly and give them a Cookie Shot with Kahlua to wash it down! (Not promoting alcohol assumption of course)
2. FUN OFFICE PARTY IDEAS
Some of y’all may be essential workers, so why not have a party at your work? We can do an office catering party: that includes an assortment of our Cookie Shots (for example chocolate, cookies n’ cream, and red velvet) your choice of fillings (marshmallow, cold brew, vanilla cream and chocolate cream), and customizable decorations.
3. ANNUAL PROFESSOR PARTY IDEAS
Students aren’t the only ones in need of a party...your professors deserve some sort of credit for helping students get through such a rough academic year during this pandemic. Teach appreciation week has already passed, but we can thank teachers and professors by delivering our Graduation Cookie Shots as a token of gratitude.
4. STUDENT APPRECIATION LUNCH IDEAS
So it doesn’t even have to be a party - it can totally just be a small lunchtime get-together! I’m a huge fan of picnics. Bring a couple frisbees to the park, make some mini sandwiches, and say CHEERS with some Cookie Shots to ring in this new chapter to your life. The creams will be nice n’ cold and the cookies would be warm and chewy!
If those aren’t enough graduation ideas, we have other ideas on our previous blog posts as well that you can draw inspiration from.
Congratulations again- we are looking forward to seeing you take on your future endeavors as you take off into the world with newfound knowledge and skills. Don’t be afraid of failure, because the real world is not like school - there is a blurred line between what is failing vs. passing so don’t be afraid to fail if it means advancing into new territory.