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Celebrate the Class of 2021 With These Gifts From UrbanStems

Say Congratulations to the Fresh Graduate in Your Life With These Gifts From UrbanStems.

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After a slew of all-nighters spent studying, seemingly endless term papers written, and tests passed, your favorite student is about to become your favorite graduate. As they embark on the next stage of their journey—whether continuing their education, entering the workforce, or stepping into another exciting adventure—you could commemorate their achievements with a beautiful bouquet from UrbanStems.

UrbanStems has a wide selection of unique floral arrangements, potted plants, and gifts for the graduating class of 2021. This past year, students faced many challenges most of us can't even imagine dealing with. You could show your graduate just how proud you are of them with a thoughtful gift from UrbanStems. Click here to view their entire selection of graduation gifts, or keep reading to see our top picks.

Say Congratulations with These Gorgeous Gifts from UrbanStems

The Eden

The Eden

What better way to celebrate your fresh graduate than with some fresh-cut blooms? This exquisite arrangement elevates wildflowers to luxury status. The combination of bright pink roses, bold cremon mums, vibrant carnations, and delicate sprinkling of daisies with lush greenery is reminiscent of a gorgeous field of wildflowers. The arrangement also features a unique succulent for a modern touch that shows you're in tune with the latest trends.

Click here to order it, on sale from $55 to $50.

The Hema

The Hema

You could add a sense of cheer to an already exciting occasion with this bright bouquet. This arrangement is bursting with bold roses, exotic pincushion proteas, adorable buttons of craspedia, and more. A splattering of cool silvery toned eucalyptus and greenery offsets the vibrant yellow-hued blooms, making an eye-catching display.

Click here to order it, on sale from $80 to $70.

The Firecracker

The Firecracker

Depending on where you live, it might be illegal to buy or set off real fireworks at your graduation party. But with this bouquet brightening up your décor, no one will miss its noisy namesake. Warm shades of coral, orange, and yellow seemingly radiate off the roses, solidago, and craspedia, while the fresh blue bursts of thistle add texture and variety. These striking combinations of colors and textures create a playful display of character.

Click here to order it for $70.

The Sonny

The Sonny

If you're looking for a bouquet as bright as your graduate's smile walking across the stage, you might want to consider the Sonny. Eye-catching sunflowers could make a cheerful addition to your graduation party décor or keepsake graduation photos.

Click here to order a single bouquet for $48 or a double bouquet for $77.

The Pink Champagne

The Pink Champagne

If your recent graduate is too young to pop bottles of champagne, you could gift them this bright bouquet instead. This bubbly bouquet could set the stage for a lively celebration. Blush-hued roses, highly textural scabiosas, and towering pink stock flowers create a multidimensional floral display, sure to catch the attention of any partygoers.

Click here to order a single bouquet for $65 or a double bouquet for $98.

The Buttercream

The Buttercream

Lush, fresh, and just as sweet as the name implies, The Buttercream bouquet could round out your graduation party décor. Rich vanilla roses and lisianthus are accented by a dusting of velvety stock and towering snapdragons, which take the arrangement to the next level.

Click here to order a single bouquet for $65 or a double bouquet for $98.

Channel Their Inner Plant Parent With These Low-Maintenance Plants

The Phoebe

The Phoebe

Are they graduating with elegance and grace amid a global pandemic? Commemorate such a mythical feat with an equally rare gift. How about a chic succulent in a whimsical unicorn planter? Consider this cute potted plant for the graduate who is still as young-at-heart as when they first packed their bag for kindergarten. What's even more magical? This low-maintenance plant doesn't require much work. Just place it in direct bright light and water once a week at the root, allowing the soil to dry out completely between waterings.

Click here to order it for $55.

The Rex

The Rex

Remind your graduate that they're capable of anything—even keeping a plant alive—with this gold T-Rex planter. The air plant is easy to care for: Simply soak it in water for 15 to 20 minutes every two weeks and let it dry completely before returning it to the container.

Click here to buy it for $55.

The Cathy

The Cathy

The transition to dorm life could present a big adjustment for some college-bound students. Help them adjust to living with a roommate this summer with the Cathy, possibly the most low-maintenance housemate they'll ever have. You could choose from three ceramic pot colors for this showstopper of an air plant. The beautiful silvery leaves curl around the pot, adding "hair" to the cute painted face. To care for the Cathy, soak the air plant in water for 15 to 20 minutes every two weeks and allow it to dry completely before returning it to the container.

Click here to order it for $50.

The Sweet Heart

The Sweet Heart

Give your graduate a gift that will last far beyond their big day and one that they could quickly enjoy on the drive back from their graduation ceremony. An adorable heart-shaped Hoya succulent is nestled into a chic patterned ceramic planter and coupled with a box of delicious chocolates from Maggie Louise Confections. These sweet treats include flavors ranging from dark to white chocolate and are hand-painted to look like avocado toast.

Click here to order it for $50.

Want to keep shopping for the perfect bouquet or gift? Click here to view the entire collection of graduation gifts from UrbanStems.

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