Working with Blossom this year and want to get a headstart on your curriculum planning or yearbook design? Start here. By creating a yearbook style guide, not only will your finished yearbook look professionally-designed and cohesive, it will come together quicker and communication will be stronger for all members of your yearbook design team!
It's finally here! The yearbooks have been distributed; your copy is in hand! You page through and stumble upon the very last section - the autograph page!
While everyone else has started signing the standard "Have a great summer!" or "See you next year!", you want to do something different. Maybe even perhaps something that will make you stand out among the crowd. We've put together some easy and quick ideas for your perusal. But please keep in mind that whatever you sign in your yearbook can be seen by all (friends, teachers, and even parents), so use your best judgment...
You’re about to submit your yearbook, and you get a gut feeling that you’re missing something. “Did you edit and proof enough? Are the graphics and images laid out correctly?” Trust us. We know the feeling! That’s why we created this final checklist for you to review before you hit the submit button.
There seem to be two choices in yearbook companies - legacy yearbook publishers with deep-rooted sales ties in the schools and online companies that don't provide helpful support and service during the end-of-the-year crunch. We understand - choosing a yearbook company can not only be a big decision, but a scary one as well!
You’ve put a lot of work into designing your yearbook, and everyone agrees, it looks fantastic! Now the dreaded task of convincing people to purchase it! We’ve got some ideas to get you started. Happy Selling!
1. Post your sell date wherever and whenever you have the opportunity!
• Morning announcements.
• Create fun hallway bulletin boards.
• Post on your school’s website.
• Social Media! Post on your school’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.