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Ideas to Write the Most Pleasing Graduation Invitation Wording

Graduation Invitation Wording Ideas
Finding the perfect wording for a graduation party invitation can be a daunting task. This PartyJoys article provides some suggestions on wordings for graduation invitations.
Mayuri Kulkarni
Graduation is a special occasion in every student's life. Schools and universities arrange special functions to congratulate the students for their success, and wish them good luck for their future. It is a ceremony of mixed feelings, and it is necessary to create beautiful, unforgettable memories on such occasions.
You require graduation invitation wording, when you are inviting your friends and relatives for the graduation ceremony, or when you are throwing a graduation party for your graduate son or daughter. It is necessary that you choose the right wordings for inviting the guests, since graduation comes once in lifetime, and you cannot afford to go wrong with the wordings. So, do you want to invite your friends for your commencement exercises, or are you planning to throw a graduate party? Be it anything, here are some sample invites that go with both.
Wordings for Graduation Invitations
Apart from the main wordings, it is necessary that the invitation includes all the information regarding the ceremony. Name of the graduate, time, date, venue, R.S.V.P., etc., are some of the important elements that should be included. Try to include short yet meaningful words, and avoid lengthy sentences. If you are going to have a graduation party with a specific theme, then do mention so, on the invitation. Also mention the desired attire. Given below are some examples that can be used for inviting the guests.
Wordings for School Graduation Invitations
Please join us as we celebrate
The High School Graduation
Of our daughter (Name)
(Date) (Time) (Venue)
R.S.V.P. to (Name of the person) (Contact number)
Heavy hors d'oeuvre and "mock-tails"
Will be served all night.
Please be our guest at a
Surprise graduation party
In honor of our son (Name)
(Date) (Time) (Venue)
Proudly hosted by (Names)
Every yesterday is a memory of dreams,
Every tomorrow is a vision of hopes,
Please share in our joy,
As we throw a graduation party for our son!
(Date) (Time) (Venue)
Cover to cover - books he has read,
Many a night he did not go to bed,
Or so he said!
Please join the graduation party of our son
On (Date) at (Time) (Venue)
We've watched (Name) grow
Throughout his/her academic career
The time has passed so quickly
Now graduation day is here!
We joyfully invite to a
Graduation Party
In the honor of our (son/daughter)
(Date) (Time) (Venue)
Please R.S.V.P. by (Date) (Contact number)
Come have a day of fun in the sun
With the brightest stars of all!
A Graduation Beach Party
For the Class of 2001
(Date) (Time)
Regrets only (Contact number)
Wordings for University and College Graduation Invitations
A time to remember
A time to celebrate with family and friends
Please join us in attending the Commencement
Exercises of (Name of the student)
(Day) (Date) (Time)
(Name of the University or College)
With great pride,
I (Name of the student) am proud to announce
My Graduation from (Name of the University or College)
Please help celebrate my achievement
And witness my passage at the Commencement Exercises
We wish to share this time with you,
To laugh, to smile, and to cry.
Because, before we realize
Precious years may go by,
We, the Senior Class of (Name of the University or College)
Announce our Commencement Ceremony
The President, Faculty, and Graduating Class
Of (Name of the University or College)
Announce their Commencement Exercises
On (Date) (Time) at (Venue)
Time to move on!
You and your parents
Are invited to celebrate
R.S.V.P. by (Date) on (contact number)
These were some ideas that can be used for inviting friends and relatives at the graduation ceremony. We hope these ideas helped you finalize your graduation invitation wording. Good Luck!
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