Graduating from college is a great accomplishment on its own, and graduating from law school is an even bigger one. Law school graduation cards should go out shortly in advance of commencement as either a general announcement or as an invitation if you're hosting a graduation party. Here are some photo ideas to put on these cards.
As with a traditional undergraduate institution, you can celebrate graduating law school with a professional photo shoot of the graduate. This can happen in a studio or a favorite outdoor location to produce beautiful, personal photos to remember this event. One kind of layout uses a single shot from this shoot as the background to put the graduate on center stage.
When a shoot like this is successful, you end up with multiple great photos you want to share. Luckily, there are also multi-photo layouts you can use for your graduation cards. A collection of near and far shots or pictures can highlight different hobbies and skills of the graduate. You can save your layout to reuse for other pictures, such as announcing when the new graduate has gotten a job.
It's common to complete school with a cadre of new friends. These friends can get together for a shoot and place the results on a group graduation announcement. Creative elements to add to this would be props or symbols representing different majors or future career paths.
No matter what kind of law school graduation card you want to design, all the tools you need are on Shutterfly's site. A few mouse clicks and the job's done, meaning you can spend more time on planning a party or private get-together to celebrate. If these cards double as invitations, why not consider Shutterfly's direct mailing option? This saves you the time and effort of stamping, addressing and mailing these invites yourself.