Graduation Gift Guide
8 ideas to get you started
Your niece got into six colleges. Your godson graduated cum laude. You’re so proud! But first, there’s a graduation party and you need a gift. Here are eight totally thoughtful options for the grad in your life.
They’re going to fill their dorm rooms and first apartments with thrift-store sofas and hand-me-down dishes. Give them at least one thing they’ll be proud to hang in this home and the next…and the next: a real painting or photograph. Not sure where to start? Try an online source like Cureeo or UGallery.
Vending machine food is the worst. Send fuel for late-night study sessions from Love with Food, a snack subscription service that delivers healthy, all-natural treats for as low as $10 a month.
One city apartment, two cats, three roommates: Things are bound to get hairy. Help keep things sanitary with a gift certificate for a housekeeping service.
From hanging pictures to putting together IKEA furniture, they’re always going to need a hammer or screwdriver. Make sure they have a fun (and affordable) tool set at the ready.
Everybody gives Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You’ll Go--the idea is too cute to resist. Track down a limited-edition pop-up version to make it a real keepsake.