Neutral Graduation Announcements
If you want to announce your graduation from high school or college and show off your favorite photo at the same time, graduation announcements
in a neutral tone are the perfect choice. The neutral background sets off your photos beautifully and works well with a variety of text styles and colors. Styles with rounded edges or glossy coatings look professional and sophisticated on neutral graduation announcements, giving you more choices to spark your creativity.
We offer a selection of horizontal and vertical cards, but you can also opt for a square card that costs only one stamp to mail. All cards can be completely customized to your preferences, so add your graduation date, a few pictures you love, information about your future choices, and any party details to the front or back of your card. Choose a folded card for extra space, or use a simple layout on a flat card for an announcement featuring your favorite senior photo.
Neutral tones are an ideal backdrop for black-and-white photos as well as for brilliantly colored images or simple text-only graduation announcements. These simple backgrounds allow your text to be read easily, so your friends and family get all the information they need about your special day.
At Tiny Prints, we offer affordable neutral graduation announcements, so you can customize as many sets as you'd like and even create different styles for different groups of people. You can make bold, modern cards for friends, or decide on a sophisticated card for your aunts, uncles, and grandparents. Add designs to your edges or use a pop of color on your neutral card to catch the eye. Any design you can imagine is possible at Tiny Prints, and with sets available with as few as 10 cards, you can create multiple designs that you'll love.
Customer reviews of our Neutral 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.""