You’d think that graduation would actually save money but, in reality, it can become quite expensive. Between filing fees, the cap and gown, announcements and invitations, party planning and gifts, costs can really begin to add up. When it comes to graduation, celebrate to your heart’s content – the key is to be creative to save a little dough in the process! Looking for more COVID-19 student-impact information? Find it here.Follow the tips below to help you save, high school or college students, whether it’s your own graduation or you’re planning a graduation celebration for loved one sometime in 2020.You don’t buy your textbooks at the college bookstore because of the costs so why on earth would invitations be any different? There are websites that offer discounts or specials to students on graduation invitations and announcements. *As many graduations have gone virtual, you may follow suite with your graduation invitations too. An Apartment Therapy blog suggests paper free invites from places like Evite, Paperless Post, Punchbowl and more.*Also, check for graduation thank you card sales that are affordable on the web. Card prices vary based on whether they are personalized or generic, and you can find great deals on bulk notes on websites. (They have an amazing selection of thank you notes for great prices on Amazon!)
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