evite-top-party-pro1The Evite team has hand-selected four party bloggers to compete to win $1,000 and the Top Party Pro title — and you help decide who claims the crown!

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED. VIEW PARTIES FOR GRADUATION IDEAS.

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This time around, we’ve challenged our contestants to come up with a cute, creative party for a preschool graduation. (“Awwww” alert!) Check out their A+ work, then vote for your favorite. You can vote once a day till voting closes on April 28!

One lucky voter chosen at random will receive a $50 gift card. Vote now!
See official Rules.

Plus: Get ideas from all the parties in our Top Party Pro: Preschool Graduation Edition digital magazine!

 

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Our judges will review each party, considering originality, creativity, inspiration from the featured Evite invitation, and overall cuteness. The winner will be determined by a combination of the votes for each party from our users and from our panel of judges.

 

NEXT: Get even more graduation party ideas, or browse Evite’s graduation invitation designs.

Jennifer Fishkind

Princess Pinky Girl

Jenn Fishkind is the mother to three boys, a wife, a social influencer and a blogger. She lives in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. For almost 20 years she worked in the not-for-profit world, but recently she took a leap of faith and decided to dedicate herself to her family, her website Princess Pinky Girl and her Pinterest addiction.

Nancy Park, the winner of our previous Evite Top Party Pro, is the founder and principal planner of So Happi Together, a boutique event design, planning and coordination company. She is a Southern California native and personally works on the design and planning of each event. Her approach to planning is detailed, organized and happy.

Jillian Tohber Leslie

Catch My Party

Jillian Tohber Leslie launched Catch My Party with her husband in 2010 as a place to celebrate the entertainer in all of us. She received her BA and MBA from Stanford University and was a Hollywood film and television writer for 10 years before deciding to get her party on with Catch My Party.