Why We Gift Wednesday – Congrats to the Grad Edition

Why We Gift Wednesday – Congrats to the Grad Edition

Welcome to Why We Gift Wednesday! Each week, we celebrate one of the thousands of reasons that we truly love giving. Whether it’s honoring the relationships that we have, feeling grateful for an occasion or a special time of year, or relishing life’s simple joys, Why We Gift Wednesday is all about giving and generosity – the expression of appreciation for life’s many happy moments.

This Why We Gift Wednesday is all about congratulating the graduate! This season is the time of year when lots of graduation ceremonies are taking place at schools, colleges and universities all across the country. Whether it’s young ones in elementary, middle or high school, or older students in college or beyond, it’s important to recognize the hard work that students put in to push their knowledge forward.

Do you have a graduation ceremony to attend this month, or a graduate to send your congratulations to? Reward them for all their hard work with a graduation gift from GiftTree! From decadent gourmet fare to lush flowers and even personalized gifts, GiftTree has something that every graduate is going to absolutely love.


You Did It! Oreos — Congratulate the grad on a job well done with this decadent spin on the Oreo cookie! 13 classic Oreo cookies are plunged in smooth milk and dark Belgian chocolate. Nine of the cookies are decorated with white Belgian chocolate letters, spelling out “You Did It!”, while four more are decorated with vibrant sprinkles and Graduation cap candies.








Flower GiftsBeautiful in Blue Bouquet — Pristine white roses and lilies contrast with a striking cobalt blue vase and pure blue blossoms, creating a unique and beautiful expression for sending your sincerest congratulations to the new graduate.









Comment Below: 

What do you remember most about your own graduation ceremony?



1 Comment
  1. I remember most about my graduation ceremony is that when I am marching towards the stage and receiving my diploma. I am now leaving the college life and welcoming the employment world.

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