Class-Reunion Centerpiece Ideas


If you have been put in charge of planning your class reunion you may be feeling a mixture of emotions. Elation and anticipation may be overflowing at the thought of seeing old friends and classmates. Dread and anxiety may be surfacing at the thought of pulling off the decorations. Rest assured that there are ways to decorate the tables that are fun and relatively easy. They will create pleasant memories in and of themselves.


  • This is a simple idea that involves books, spray paint and hot glue. These books can be garage-sale finds. Once you have them, spray-paint them in your school colors. After the paint has dried, hot-glue them together three or four high. Wrap in a ribbon (preferably in your school colors) and set on the table for a lovely centerpiece.

Photo Tree

  • Make copies of senior pictures from your yearbook. Cut these out and attach to photo trees. Set them on table tops to make fun centerpieces. This is also a practical centerpiece idea if seating has been assigned. These photo trees will act as conversation starters as attendants find their photos and laugh about the changes, the hair and the memories.

A Little Pep

  • There isn't a single idea that is more whimsical and fun than to gather pep-rally memorabilia and use it in centerpieces. If you weren't a cheerleader or member of the pep squad, you can still make use of ordinary items sold at most department stores. Pompoms can be purchased for very little and more than likely come in your school colors. Lay them next to megaphones and you have instant centerpieces for the tables. Be sure to top them off with some confetti or curly ribbon.

Dual-Purpose Trophies

  • Trophies can be used as centerpieces and later as part of an "awards" ceremony. Use several trophies engraved with phrases like "Class Clown" or "Most Likely to Succeed." It's fun to see who lived up to those labels since high school. Another trophy may be along the lines of "Biggest Surprise at the Class Reunion."

    To use the centerpieces in a game, simply have a list of the trophy engravings on a separate sheet of paper. As you read one from the list, a person near the trophy will be prompted to deliver the award to the recipient and the recipient can then deliver her acceptance speech. These trophies will not only serve as great centerpieces and game props, but they will also make keepsakes that will bring a smile to the recipient for years to come.

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