Graduation Gift Guide

May 25, 2021

Maybe it's just us, but graduation season always has us feeling all the good vibes. There's all that pride and love floating through the air, not to mention the promise of new beginnings and exciting adventures.  

Are you graduating? If so, congratulations

Do you know someone who is graduating? Treat them to something special so they know you're proud of them and thinking of them, especially if you're still celebrating milestones long distance.

Need a little inspiration? We've got some suggestions! Whether they're moving into their first apartment, heading off to travel, or decorating their new home office, you'll be able to find something special for every graduate. 


First apartments are so memorable to decorate because it is finally a space all one's own. Home accessories printed just for your graduate let them know that you know their style and care enough to avoid the big box stores. Those first apartments should be as unique as the person living in them. 

Square Throw Pillows, available in 4 sizes
Shower Curtain


Not everyone is ready to go straight from a school desk to an office desk. Many grads use graduation as an opportunity to take a big adventure before succumbing to the 9 – 5. Whether they're backpacking across the Andes or crossing the country to visit friends, they'll need stylish gear. 

Weekender Bag
Accessory Pouch


The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped how offices are set up and where people work. For a lot of us, that means first jobs will be from home instead of a big office building or industrial park. Add personal touches to a home office with customizable decor in modern designs.

Wall Clock


Whether friends are coming over for morning coffee or a swanky dinner party, having new dishes and stylish linens makes a statement. With our made to order products, make a set of 4 of the same item or mix and match for a fun set that is all different, but goes together.  

Latte Mug
Whatever you decide to gift your graduate, make sure it comes with a note letting them know you're proud of them. 
This blog post was written by Kristin Crane.