I think it is safe to say that the party was a success. It was a lot of work getting ready for it but I had a great time and it seemed to me that everyone else had a great time as well.
The photo booth turned out better than expected and I think I pretty much got pictures of all our guests (except a couple sneaky neighbors that left before I got the opportunity to
hound them ask them to come up to the photo booth). There’s a ton of pictures from the photo booth and I don’t think I have the space to post them all but I’ll post a few.
I bought a huge roll of that red vinyl barn siding and we ended up not needing it because the outside of my mom’s house pretty much looked the same way. BIG time saver.
The outhouse door cover was a big hit too. I don’t think a lot of people noticed it until some other people pointed it out.
Also, the picture wall with all the clothespins looked perfect! Rachel wants to keep it up all year long. Instead of doing it in the dinning room we ended up taking a painting down off the fire place and just doing it there.
I cut out the “CONGRATS RACH” banner with my cricut and then, yes, I had to feed the twine through it which took some time and effort but we loved how it looked after we were done.
My mom had rented 4 tables and 20 folding chairs from a party rental place and we set them up on Sunday morning before the party.
I thought the black chairs made it look a little too formal. I would have loved to have brown chairs, but what are ya gonna do? Each table had a small mason jar with a candle and a bigger mason jar filled with daisies. I loved them!
All of the tables that held the food were covered in the awesome $1 gingham tablecloths that I got from the dollar store!
Do you see the awesome milk can?! Remember it from my first Country Themed Grad Party post? Yep, it turned out great!
I put out a card basket instead of a card box and I thought it looked pretty cute. I saw on Pinterest that someone did an advice box for their wedding and I thought an advice box would be even more perfect for a graduation party. Who needs advice more than a young gal that just graduated high school and is making her way out into the world?
And that pretty much wraps it up. Sharing the day with friends and family was very special, not only for Rachel but also for myself. Thanks to everyone who came!
QUICK SHOUT OUTS!
BIG thank you to my cousin’s awesome husband John for being the grill master! Food was delicious.
Thank you to my Aunt Mary for taking Bella up to her house for the afternoon so that she didn’t bark everyone’s face off. And also for letting me borrow your iced tea maker. You’re the best!
Thank you to my Aunt Patty for coming over the day before the party and planting some stuff in the front yard and also for helping with the veggie and fruit trays and everything else.
Thank you to my Aunt Maureen for helping put everything out when the party got started while my mom was freaking out about our parking situation.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!
Katie u were amazing! Organized, creative, and u made your sisters party a success! I love u!
So cute! I love it, especially the mason jars!
Mason jars are my favorite! They’re so functional and cute.
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