Finish Your Yearbook: A Guide
The last page of the yearbook doesn’t have to be the last inside page… but in fact, could be the back cover! When you finish your yearbook, you want the back cover to be just as good as the rest, so a little goodbye message is always a great way to end your school yearbook.
If you want a final goodbye and thank you, then the back cover is the perfect place for this. Our designs allow you to add pictures and text to the back cover letting you say goodbye in style. Very similar to the Introduction Pages in a sense, but they can really help bring the whole yearbook together!
The last page they see before putting the yearbook down has got to have an impact – a big hit of nostalgia, purpose and heart. You have a lot more freedom with this page than many others, and there is no set tradition on how to finish your yearbook. It’s how you want to finish your book that matters so make it unique to your school!
Need ideas for your Last Page?
The most common final pages we seem to come across with yearbooks are:
- A letter from the headmaster/teacher
- A poem or prayer
- An inspirational quote
- Your class photo
- Photo of the school
- A funny photo of a fond memory
- A thank you message to those who contributed
Sometimes, and we feel this applies here, less is more. Just the one picture can have more meaning than ten; and a small, sentimental paragraph will get across better than a mini-essay or long list of thanks.
There is no select design for a final page like there is with an introduction page, so if you just want a picture, you can have just a picture; if you want just text, you can have just text. You can choose any page design you want – but just be sure it’s a conclusion! Login and start making your yearbooks today!