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Graduation Party Recap!


Last month McCray and I had a fun graduation party at my house with all of our friends and family to celebrate our high school completion and the exciting things that are ahead of us. I had so much fun planning and decorating for this party, I just had to share about it.


The Photo Booth




McCray and I spent most of the morning before the party setting up this photo booth. I think it turned out adorable but sadly McCray and I didn't really take any pictures together in it. We put up black mesh along the  fence to block the sunlight from coming through the fence and leaving awkward spots on our pictures. We then stapled streamers all along the black mesh and added tissue paper puffs and paper fans to the top of the streamers. We borrowed the pink chair from my mom's office and my mom DIYed the picture frame out of an old, ugly picture frame, spray paint, and fake flowers.
Shop: tissue paper puffs // paper fans // streamers // flamingo headbands


Food & More


The paint on our outside refrigerator was chipping and it didn't look very good so my mom had the idea of covering the fridge with all of my school pictures. It turned out so cute and I think everyone had fun looking at them. McCray's school pictures were in frames so we displayed hers on our food table.


Here's our food set up. For food we ordered a chicken nugget tray from Chick-fil-A and kept them warm in a crock pot. We also ordered two sandwich trays from Subway and along with that we had chips, dip, a veggie tray, and we rented a snow cone machine.



McCray and I love to scrapbook so we had a table where our guests could snap a picture on one of our Polaroids and decorate a page to go in our senior year scrapbooks. 

Shop: paper lanterns // graduation cactus plush // mint felt board  (use code SLMHS for 15% off) // light up cactus // food tents // teal tassel garland  // the lemon garland was from the Target Dollar Spot (not available on their website) // flamingo table cloth 
The Pool:




Before the party we filled the pool with tons of cute pool floats. The floats made great props for all of the fun pictures we took. 


Luv ya!
Pink Einstein

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