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Shutterfly Helps You Navigate Through Graduation Season

Commemorate Your Graduate With Shutterfly's Graduation Stationery, Photo Books and Tips

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/12/13 -- Shutterfly, the market leader in digital personalized products and services, allows customers to commemorate their pride and achievement with products that reflect their personal style, from preschool to college.

"Graduation is an important milestone for parents and students -- and Shutterfly can help you share the news with friends and family," said Heather Maddan, Shutterfly chief storyteller. "Our customizable products provide an easy way to create an announcement or photo book that matches the style and personality of your graduate."

Each Shutterfly product can be customized by selecting from an array of styles, sizes, colors, templates, and pre-set designs that are perfect for graduates of any age. From graduation announcements, to photo books and personalized address labels, Shutterfly has everything you need for a memorable graduation experience.

Celebrate this milestone with these fabulous tips from Heather Maddan:

  • Invitation or announcement? Most graduations (of all types) limit the number of guests graduates can invite. Announcements are a great way to share exciting milestones. It is appropriate to send announcements to anyone you want to know about your grad's accomplishment -- friends, family, neighbors, etc. Invitations should be sent to those who should attend the ceremony and/or reception or party.

  • Take Your Pic! Turn a few favorite photos -- from the tossing of the cap to family party shots -- into picture thank you notes. It's a personalized way to show gratitude for all those graduation gifts.

  • Congrats, (preschool) graduate! Some ceremonies seem more important than others, but parents want to commemorate big moments in a little one's life. Use photos taken at the graduation to create a videogram that is shared out on Facebook.

  • Graduates, look back! Photo Books: Commemorate your favorite school moments in a photo book -- order multiple copies to make perfect gifts for your best friends.

Learn more about Shutterfly's customizable graduation cards and stationery at shutterfly.com.

About Shutterfly
Shutterfly is the market leader in digital personalized photo products and services. Shutterfly helps customers turn their precious memories into lasting keepsakes with its award-winning photo books, personalized holiday cards, announcements, invitations, and stationery, as well as custom home décor products and unique photo gifts including iPhone cases and water bottles. The company currently serves millions of customers who benefit from free, unlimited secure storage and a 100 percent happiness guarantee. For more information about Shutterfly visit www.shutterfly.com.

Shutterfly is part of the Shutterfly, Inc. family of brands which includes: Shutterfly, Tiny Prints, Wedding Paper Divas and Treat. For more information on Shutterfly, Inc. visit www.shutterflyinc.com.

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