A: The price is based on your class size, location,
and menu selection. A significant portion of your ticket goes
towards the facility rentals and the meal where your reunion is
being held. However, your class reunion ticket price covers more
than just the food. There are many other costs involved in planning
a reunion that most people don't realize! Printing of invitations,
postage, the alumni search, entertainment and providing
staff during the planning and actual night of your reunion are
some additional costs that are included in the ticket price of
A: The "dress code" is stated on your
invitation and will probably be one of three options: Coat &
Tie, Coat & Tie Optional, and Dressy Casual. Coat & Tie
simply means that most will be wearing attire similar to what
you may wear to a wedding. You can follow that same rule of thumb
for Coat & Tie Optional, with the Coat and Tie of course being
optional. Dressy Casual is best described as wearing something
dressier than jeans or shorts, but something a little more casual
than a suit and tie or formal dress. Regardless of these "dress
codes," wear what you feel comfortable in and just use the
dress code as a guideline. Keep in mind that you will see a little
bit of everything at a class reunion.
A: Yes. We accept Visa and MasterCard on our
web page and provide a secure web processing to receive your payment
and process your Registration Form.
A: We normally do not have a good idea of who
is attending until closer to the registration deadline (normally
4 weeks before your reunion). After that, a committee member will
have a list of those who have signed up.
A: No, we do not use tickets for the reunions.
We will have a list of those who have paid at the registration
table at your reunion that evening.
A: Yes. A full refund will be given if Celebrations
is contacted no later than 20 days prior to the reunion date.