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Graduation Cupcakes

A great alternative to a graduation cake is graduation cupcakes.

You can serve a variety of flavors – vanilla, chocolate, marble – or you can serve your favorite. 

Decorating cupcakes is easy! If you’re graduating from high school you can use the colors of your high school or you can use the colors of the college you are going to. So if your school colors are green and yellow decorate half the cupcakes with green icing and the other half with yellow icing.

If your party has a theme you can also use colors related to your theme. For example, if your theme is Italian or a Mexican Fiesta, you can decorate your cupcakes with colors from the Italian or Mexican flags – red, green and white. If your theme is American or French use the colors from those flags – red, white and blue. 

With a graduation cake once you cut it it’s done. So finding the right time to cut your cake is tricky. Do you cut it at the beginning of your party? Do you cut it when most of your guests are there? Or do you cut it at the end of your party?

Graduation cupcakes are easy to serve. You don’t have to put them all out at once. Just put out a serving plate full and keep replenishing it throughout the party. A never ending plate of cupcakes looks so much nicer than a half eaten cake. 

A cupcake tree or sweet station is a fun way to serve your cupcakes and because they have several tiers they save on space too. Cupcake trees and sweet stations are relatively inexpensive and can be found at GraduationParty.com’s Table Decorations webpage.  

Sweet Station

Sweet Station

Cupcake Tree

Cupcake Tree

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