Your gleeful grad is finally all grown up and soon they will don their cap and gown to accept their degree or diploma. But before that day comes, you'll want to spread the wonderful news of your student's academic success to friends and loved ones. And the very best way to recognize your grad's outstanding achievement is with stunning double sided graduation announcements from Tiny Prints. Every single announcement in this collection is filled with exclusive designs that continue from the front side of the card to the back. This way you'll be able to highlight your student's incredible accomplishments with stationery that has a truly distinct look.
As you're perusing through our diverse selection of double sided graduation announcements, keep your student's style in mind so that you choose a design that reflects their personality. Is your brilliant grad always upbeat and bubbly? Then go with a layout featuring a brightly colored 'Class of 2013' header that is set against some playful patterns which really pop. Or you can announce your student's graduation in grand fashion with our elegant two sided graduation announcements that are adorned with sophisticated typestyles and tasteful flourishes on both the front and back.
Also, all of our two sided graduation announcements come with countless customization options so that you can create your ideal design with ease. So go ahead and express your degree of pride by including your own personalized wording or show off several snapshots from a senior photo shoot so that loved ones can see your grad's radiant smile. By embellishing your double sided graduation announcements with these personal touches, you'll not only make something that will be used to inform family and friends of this momentous event, but you'll also be preserving these timeless memories onto a marvelous memento.
Customer reviews of our Double Sided Graduation Announcements
May 17, 2014great but a little misleading
"I love the card, the layout and style. The only disappointment I had, since I have a lot of press material and work printed all the time, was that I took the name of the title to indicate a REAL sheer overlay. Not a one-dimensional fade on the top of the actual photo. The picture we used was beautiful and I thought people would see it in full color under the "overlay". Suggested title: "Sheer Fade.""