It’s Celebration Time | Graduation Photo Inspirations

Graduation season is almost upon us. Finals are here and it’s time to get those last-minute activities done before graduation. One of the biggest new trends is to have graduation pictures taken in advance. Now I am privy to many graduation photos, since my husband works for a graduation photography company. So I am definitely biased – but here are some of my favorites because they are unique and capture the excitement of graduation season.

I love this expression and pose of this picture. Throwing glitter can be hard but I really like the leaves look. Not to mention fall time coincides with school so it is a great combination.

This is a great real life grad photo. Saying good-bye to all the books you read and hours spent in the library – what a wonderful memory to capture.

This is an adorable graduation/engagement photo. At least I hope they are engaged if they are making this their graduation photo!

Love this totally non-traditional graduation picture.

This is one of my all-time favorite stylized photos.

This photo is adorable and I love the meaning behind this photo

This is a fantastic group graduation photoshoot

Although I am not into guns I do think this is a great graduation picture

This is a great reflection graduation picture and is guaranteed to make your mother cry

This is a great perspective for a graduation picture

I don’t usually like photos that don’t show the person’s face.. But this is a great styled photo

This is another great reflection photo that mothers will love

I really like this champs picture because you can see the full spray without it getting lost in the background – like many other shots

Here is another great champs shot because it leaves a great effect on the photo and shows pure joy of the graduation experience.

This is a really sweet graduation photo

This is another great graduation photo because it exudes the joy of completion with school.

Graduation is a wonderful and exciting time. The hard work has finally paid off and it’s an exciting transition in life. It is so important to capture this moment of joy. One of the things I love about all of these photos is the joy and excitement they all capture. So no matter if you hire a professional photographer or if you use your friends Pixel – take the pictures and live in the moment -this major event will not last forever!

Lauren Cop is a part-time SAHM (Stay At Home Mom) of Irish Twins and Senior writer/editor ciao_laurencop_sig-01of the Olive Shoe Blog. Currently Lauren and her family live in Tallahassee, FL where she teaches at a local pre-school. A Clemson fanatic, alumni and general sports enthusiast. She loves reading, gardening, food, and traveling. Follow her Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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