Education is a little strange at the minute with schools, colleges and universities across the world working remotely as we battle the COVID 19 pandemic. However, this doesn’t mean education has stopped.
There are thousands of people across the world who will be graduating from universities and colleges in the coming months, it may not be how the imagined it would be but it doesn’t make it any less special. With all the hard work and effort that has been put in by so many people, now is still time to celebrate.
Whether that be with a big party after it all ends or maybe just some time away, why not start with a stunning personalised card like these senior graduation cards.
Basic Invites are here to make it all the more special for you to with so many customisation options available! They have a unique approach with the colour combinations and have endless choices, with instant online previews. Unlike many other sites, you are able to change the colour on each different element on the cards, from a range of over 180 different colours! There is a choice of 40 different envelope colours too, making sure your invitation stands out. I love that you are able to make something that shows off your personality without too much effort on your part. Sending out invitations and cards that you love with minimal fuss from my end is just the way I like it.
You can also get a custom sample of your card delivered before you place your order too, giving you a chance to check out not only the design but the quality too.
As well as their customisable senior graduation cards they also have a great range high school graduation party invitations and thank you note too. Having a look around their site, it is clear to see they are very passionate about what they do as their range is huge! Not only in designs and colours but also what they offer.
As well as graduation and thank you notes, they do a whole range of wedding and business stationery too. I wish I had known about this before I sat and made all of our wedding invitations!
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