The years have flown by and before you know it, it's time for a ten year, twenty five year or even fifty year high school reunion. For this momentous occasion, send out invitations that will make your classmates smile, laugh and be excited about meeting up again. Catchy invites don't have to be expensive or hard to put together. Use your imagination, get some friends together, and get excited for the big day.
Show some school pride with simple invitations that boast your high school's official colours. Use the school colours throughout the invitation, from the envelope to decorative borders and font colour. For a more formal looking invitation, have the school's mascot or emblem embossed or printed in the school colours on the front of the invitation. School colours and emblems is classic and timeless, and can also bring back happy memories of being in school.
Back in Time
A retro-style card will make invitees feel like they've travelled back in time to their high school days. Design an invitation that features the colour schemes, images, texts and patterns that were popular back in the day to make the invitation reminiscent of the time you spent in high school. For instance, high school graduates of the 1980s can use invitations with fonts like that of early computers, neon colours, and images of fads from the eighties.
Remind your classmates of your past time together by decorating reunion invitations with a collage of pictures from your high school days. A few months before the invitations need to be sent out, contact friends, your school's alumni office or rummage through your own photographs for pictures of members of your class. Be sure to include photos of many different graduates. Whether the collage is inserted into an invitation or becomes the invitation itself, it's bound to put a smile on the faces of everyone who receives it.
Turn the invitation into a fun trivia-like game by inviting your high school classmates to guess what each other is up to now. Write "Guess Who?" in large letters at the top front of the invitation, followed by fragments explaining what some members of the class are now doing with their lives. For example, include, "...lives in Paris," or "...is now a lawyer." When they open the invitation, guests will be invited to find out who fulfils each sentence by attending the reunion.
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