They have spent years dedicated to their schoolwork on their path to graduation. Help them show their school pride with graduation announcements showcasing their school colors. Each of the eye-catching designs in this collection includes those most common combinations, including royal blue, garnet, hunter green, and so much more. Narrow your search by selecting your school colors on the left side of the screen. Ready to see your photos in the design?
Add Photos and Text to School Colors Graduation Announcements
Tiny Prints offers a step-by-step personalization process that turns anyone into a graphic designer. Start by choosing a paper type and trim option for your invitation. The teal "Personalization" process will guide you through the steps of uploading senior photos, portraits, and your favorite snapshots through the years. Arrange them within the design and add custom text providing the details of the event. In a few minutes, you'll have professional-looking graduation announcements showing your dedication to your alma mater.
Addressing and Mailing Your Graduation Announcements
Add those school colors to other stationery items too and provide a unified look. Matching postage stamps and address labels make your envelopes the most attractive item to appear in any mailbox. Go classic with rectangular address labels or choose a modern look with round or wrap-around address labels. Left-over address labels can are great for to marking boxes, luggage, and other items heading off for college or a new apartment.
Complete the Set with Thank You Cards
Friends and family attending your graduation party are sure to present the grad with heartfelt gifts to commemorate the achievement. Help the graduate show their appreciation in proper fashion with custom thank you cards matching their graduation announcement design. Thank you cards boasting school colors provide the perfect place to write a thoughtful message to the gift giver. Make sure to mention how you plan on using their gift as a personal sentiment. Like the graduation announcements, thank you cards coordinate with postage and address labels.
Refresh Your Graduation Etiquette
There are a series of rules and guidelines for sending out graduation announcements and thank you cards. Whether you need a quick refresher course or need to explain it to the grad for the first time, the Tiny Prints Ideas page is a great resource. Their articles on etiquette provide easy guidelines and even some inspirational wording to get you started.
"I was able to import pictures from my ipad onto the card and they looked fabulous and flawless. The paper used is so professional people couldn't believe I did this myself. Great product."
"The paper quality is what I expected for what I chose - I did not upgrade to the heavyweight paper but perhaps should have. Everyone has been very impressed with the look of the announcements and design of the front/back and coordinated envelopes. I found it easy to customize and order and received everything promptly and as expected. Highly recommend tinyprints!"
"Liked the number of photo options, as well as, being able to use space for a personal message and also an inspirational quote. Upgraded to the black envelopes to better coordinate the set. Felt that the basic paper option still provided a "keepsake" quality. Most importantly, my graduating daughter loved them. Will definitely use TinyPrints services again."
"The announcement cards was a great success. It showed how professional the company can be. Thank you very much for making my life a lot easier."
"I absolutely LOVED this card. It was my first time ordering from Tiny Prints - the order was delivered on time as stated and the results were beautiful! I used this as my son's graduation announcement. The only issue I had, and it was a very small issue, was the choice of text size on the initial at the top. I wanted to use something different at the top, but could not because it locks withing a certain font size range. The cards look AWESOME with the pearl paper - it is well worth the extra cost. I can't say enough about how pleased I was!"