Monday, June 3, 2013

Keys to Success Graduation Party

The Hedstrom's have the perfect yard for a party!
Congratulations on your graduation Ashleigh! 
Thanks for letting us be a part of your celebration. 

Check out the  inspiration for this party.

Mmmm. Chicken salad tarts.

Mini Tirimisus at the request of the graduate.

 It's not a party without cookies. I think that is my new motto.

The recipe for this can be found here. I highly recommend it!

Congratulations again!


Adriane said...

Precious! Where was this when I graduated from high school? :)

dadster said...

I agree. Dang Louise, it's early in morning and it still made me drool. How about if we hold a belated ISU graduation party for me (no GPA's to be announced) skip the keys and all since it would be too late to do me any good, and you bring all the fixins'? Did I say that we wouldn't invite anybody so that we could feast on it all ourselves? And all God's people said "tomorrow."

Kristi said...

Love! Must try the moscato punch!

Gretchen said...

Looks delish! I'd like some of those mini-tiramasu pots. With the moscato punch.

Mom said...

I'm with Gretchen! But it all looks almost too good to eat. It would mess up the symmetry if someone removed one chicken salad tart and that would be a shame.

stevenjared0853 said...

Wow, these are fantastic tips for arranging successful graduation parties. I liked each and every photograph. At some domestic Chicago event venues I would also be hosting a funky graduation party for my daughter who will graduate this year. Have started gathering ideas in advance so I can plan perfect bash for her.

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