Yes, we had cupcakes. They were in school colours.
We had pizza. It was provided by Alexandra's parents, they own one of the best restaurants in town! We had enough pizza to feed a small country.
We had a game show, hosted by Scott's dad. We had trivia questions and video challenges, too!
We had a wheel for the game... here, Macy gives it a spin.
We had a DJ laying down some mean dance tracks. It was Buddy Budderson. He kept them moving and grooving, well past his usual bedtime.
We had a dessert bar, with three kinds of ice cream... and blue and gold Jell-O.
We had waffle bowls and a fruit tray and also all of the makings for a banana split: bananas, chocolate syrup, strawberry sauce, whipped cream, and sprinkles.
We had Skor bits, Oreo crumbs, and Kit Kat bites. Don't forget the caramel sauce.
We had a giant bucket of Loopy's crack corn.
We had a voting game... "Most Likely To..." with unusual categories: Most likely to get arrested for a worthy cause, most likely to reduce reuse and recycle, most likely to be on the cover of Vogue, most likely to star in a reality TV show.
We had a photo booth with a professional photographer. We had a little setup of a backdrop, balloons and a funky cool ladder.
We had some rules. Five pictures per student, in any combo. You could pose five times by yourself or five times with friends but every time each person stepped in front of the lens they had to give one ticket. This prevented people from bogarting the camera.
We had cute girls hiding in balloons.
We had entire groups posing together for one last time.
We had mothers and daughters together.
We had old friends saying goodbye. We had a wonderful time.