Krystal: great idea to plan ahead! Maybe these will help:
I found an idea here at home talk. Use the directions to fit your graduation needs:)
Hello Krystal! You don't mention the age of your daughter or where she's graduating from. High School? College? Preschool? Kindergarten? So many signs out there! I wanted to be able to give you an age appropriate one!
Here are some ideas from Pinterest, they have a lot to offer, it would have been helpful to know what grade the graduation is for. The excitement is overwhelming!
Make prints of various pictures while she was growing up. Choose a theme perhaps like each school picture or her hobbies. Decorate with her favorite color(s).
Here are some cute printables https://www.ohmy-creative.com/printable-2/graduation-party-checklist/
Hi Krystal. We attended our son's college graduation last year and a lot of people made signs to hold up when their graduate was up on the stage. Most of the signs were made from poster board (which you can purchase at Dollar Tree). I would use fluorescent markers because they would stand out more. Some people even had battery-operated lights on their signs. Be creative when you write on your sign with something that would be personal to your graduate. Have fun.
Hi Krystal, hope this idea helps you, you could put a collage beside it
here are some cute ideas https://www.alittlecraftinyourday.com/2015/05/04/25-diy-graduation-party-ideas/