Most graduations occur in mid-May through early June, making it the right time to throw a graduation party.


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If you’re a graduate looking to throw a party, or the loved ones of a soon-to-be grad, have no fear: parties don’t have to be expensive. In fact, the craftier and more imaginative, the better; why spend money when you don’t have to?

You may just be surprised by how much you can do with just a little bit of money and a lot of savvy. In our slideshow, we’ll cover venue, decorations, entertainment, and more.

Hosting a party is fun, and with our easy-to-follow tips, you’ll be thrilled with the outcome.

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Katherine Muniz

Katherine Muniz

Katherine is a staff writer at Her columns focus on college finances, student debt and consumer spending.
Katherine Muniz