The Virtual Graduation Party Planning Checklist
Make your virtual party just as fun as one in person with this graduation party planning checklist.
Celebrate your huge achievement by throwing the party of the year!
This graduation party planning checklist is sure to make your big day almost as amazing as the achievement itself.
Hosting a party IRL can be nerve-racking. Throw in the prospect of technical difficulties and the stress just gets more severe. But don’t worry! Kick your anxieties to the side, sit back, and relax with this graduation party planning checklist.
Let this checklist do the hard work, so that you can focus on having a great time.
Even though you are not meeting in person, you can still send out invites to your virtual graduation party. The best type of invite to send is an e-invite. One of the best features of a virtual invitation is that they are typically free, and you do not have to spend money on postage! If you’re old school, you can still send paper invitations, just make sure you put on the invite that it’s a virtual gathering.
For people to show up to your virtual party, you need to send a meeting link. When sending out your invites, ask everyone to RSVP with their email. Once you collect all their emails, you can send out one link to everyone. The best way to host a virtual party is through Google Hangouts, Microsoft, Discord, or Zoom.
Since you do not have to spend money on a venue or food, you can go all out on the decorations. If you want to save money and are good with technology, you can try out a graduation background. Bring out the balloons, graduation hats, diplomas, and more, and have a great time.
Every good party, even the virtual ones, need activities. Good graduation games and activities to play virtually include bingo, how well do you know the graduate, a graduation toast/speech, or stories about the graduate. You can find a ton of ideas online.
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