A graduation celebration is a memorable experience, signifying academic achievement. The school graduation ceremony is steeped in tradition, with specific customs that are not seen in other events. One of the traditions specific to a graduation celebration is the graduation accessories and clothing items worn by graduates. The specific nature of graduation attire means that, other than possibly for a Halloween costume, it can’t be worn during other events. So what are you to do with your cap and gown post-graduation?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed nearly every aspect of our lives. Since COVID’s emergence in the United States in early 2020, one area that has changed drastically is the educational system. Homeschooling during COVID-19 has seen a dramatic increase, as many parents saw it as more beneficial than zoom learning and safer than sending their children to classrooms.
The recent pandemic has seen an increase in homeschooled children. Many schools in the past two years were forced to operate remotely over video chats. Even with most schools in the US reopening this school year for in-person learning, many parents have opted to continue teaching themselves. As graduation experts, we wanted to look at ways to throw your homeschooled student a graduation ceremony.
As your one-stop shop for all things graduation, Tassel Depot has the do’s and don’ts of decorating a graduation cap.
Now that spring has sprung, it’s almost time for the wonderful celebration of Easter Sunday! At Tassel Depot, we are sharing our favorite Easter party ideas as well as Easter decorations to celebrate with your loved ones this year.