I found the missing flash drive!! It was in my pocket...
My graduation party was held at the Monroe Theatre Guild. It was announced on the marquee so everyone arriving new they were at the right place!
Setup took about 4 hours, but after that we were ready to go! My aunt designed an awesome llama cupcake cake wearing a graduation cap, and also decorated the remaining 100 or so cupcakes!
We made sure all the tables looked fancy with tissue paper flower bouquets and piles of confetti.
We also had fun in the costume room picking out pieces for the photo booth!
My aunt and mom helped me zentangle all over my card box.
Everything was so colorful, right down to the paper plates and napkins! I'm very thankful to my mother for putting so much time and effort into everything!
I also had eight relatives arrive from all over the state to help prepare for my party. Some couldn't even stay for the actual entertainment, but still drove 3 1/2 to help setup! I can't express how grateful I am to all of them!
My cousin hauled down his giant grill to make fajita veggies and meat in the alleyway outside the theater. In addition to a fajita bar we had nacho bar, taco dip, antipasto salad, bruschetta toasts, texas caviar, fruit trays, and the mountains of cupcakes. Yummy!
The actual party itself was great to. A lot more people made it than I thought! It was so great to everyone from all chapters of my life in one place. The only times I didn't absolutely love my party was when my dad played a slideshow on a big screen in the theater showcasing photos of me growing up. Some were so awkward! Oh well!!
The photo booth went great too! Here are my favorite pictures from it:
It was a fantastic day spent with fantastic people, and was certainly very colorful! :)
Hi my name is Emilee and these are my adventures as a young adult living in Milwaukee. Here I will share my experiences as I navigate through college. Thanks for stopping by!