The Spring semester is well underway, which means that now’s the time to start thinking about how to make graduation announcements. Do you go with the inexpensive graduation announcements that the high school or college can set you up with, or should you go for a different approach with customized stationery?
Regardless whether you choose to go it your own or get the inexpensive graduation announcements, there are certain design considerations that you’ve got to make. To help you make the most out of your inexpensive graduation announcements, here are a few tips!
1. Correct Information.
Getting the correct time and place of the graduation should be your biggest concern. Additionally, you want to include the right contact information for people to RSVP. Once you’ve made absolutely positively sure that this information is perfect, take a little time to consider the font. If you want something more formal, go with a typeface that has serifs, and for informal, sans-serif fonts are a good way to go.
2. A Brief Message.
Once you’ve chosen an appropriate font and size, there should be some leftover room to leave a message. You can choose something touching, perhaps a quote on education, or you can be expository and simply introduce the event. It’s all up to you! You can even choose a snarky or humorous remark to let people know it’s going to be a fun time with something like, “Yep. Another graduation!”
3. A Personal Touch.
Some inexpensive graduation announcements allow you to customize the front. While the ones supplied by the school will probably have a picture of the building, a landmark, or perhaps simply their symbol, making a completely customized announcement will give you the option of including a photo of the graduate on the front, or perhaps some other nice photography if you’d like.
With these tips, you can make your inexpensive graduation announcements look as great as possible. If you have any questions about designing inexpensive graduation announcements, feel free to ask in the comments. Read more about this topic at this link.