Rhyming Ideas for Graduation Invitations

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Rhyming Ideas for Graduation Invitations
Write a funny rhyme to set the stage for a fun party. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

No matter the grade level, graduation is special. Make your graduation party invitation one that's just as special as the day and the person being honoured. Using words that rhyme is a great way to customise the invitation. Rhymes that have a touch of humour are a great way to set the stage for a fun party to celebrate the graduate's achievement.

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Kindergarten

The seemingly small accomplishments of kindergarteners are only small to big folks. Learning the alphabet, how to tie shoes and walk in a straight line are huge achievements for little ones. Write a rhyme for the invitation that honours the kindergartener's achievements.

Example:

I was happy the day I learnt by ABC's.

I laughed on the day I learnt to count past the number three.

But a day is coming that's really going to make me smile ---

It's the day I march down my kindergarten graduation aisle!

Come Celebrate (Name of Child)'s Kindergarten Graduation!

Middle School

Middle school is that in-between stage when kids are too old for words that are too "cutesy" and juvenile, and too young for hip and cool language that teens prefer. (Even though middle school age kids might beg to think differently.) Write a rhyme that's "mid-cool" and age appropriate.

Example:

Made it out of grade school --- no problem at all!

How totally cool it's going to be

To walk down those high school halls!

Come celebrate (Name)'s Middle School Graduation!

High School

A high school graduation is just as much of a reason for the teenager to celebrate as it is for the parents of the teen. The high school years are full of changes and challenges. Here's a funny way to write a rhyme for an invitation to be sent from the parents. This can come in handy in case there's a daytime or early party for the family and "older" folks, and the graduating teen's friends come to the party later.

Example:

(Our/my) (son/daughter) is about to graduate!

So (we're/I'm) throwing (him/her) a party to celebrate.

Knowing that (name of son/daughter) will earn (his/her) tassel

Makes everything (we/I) put up with worth the hassle!

Come celebrate (Name)'s High School Graduation!

College

By the time someone graduates from college, they are adults. They may be involved in the party planning or want to write the rhyme for the invitation themselves. Here's a fun way to include words that remind invitees about the rigours the graduate survived, with a self-acknowledgement about the "real grown folks world" she is about to join.

Example:

Making it through college is a really big deal.

Hard classes, no money, and tests that are unreal.

So I'm taking a pause to party hearty, dance and shout!

'Cause after that I'll be looking for a job

to pay off the student loans I took out!

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