This style capitalizes on the current trend of comic books being made into blockbuster movies. From Wonder Woman to Iron Man, every student in your school can find a hero of their own.
Our students are communicating with emojis more than ever, so why not create a yearbook theme that they’ll readily identify with? The possibilities of fun pages, great action shots with hysterical captions, and using real and invented emojis are endless!
Got a novel or poem that every student in school has to read? Look to it for inspiration! Students will love a “stay gold” or “to thine own self be true” theme that relates to them and reminds them of a little bit of the work they did in school.
It’s a classic for a reason—you really can’t go wrong comparing your students to stars. They’re bright. They’re beautiful. And a yearbook is often the one place where every student gets a moment or two to shine.
Watercolor art is big right now. It’s popping up on clothing, in art projects around school, and in decorations on school walls. So it’s only logical to consider it for a yearbook theme. The colors are beautiful and versatile. The theme can be mature or whimsical. And, perhaps best of all, it’s a theme that looks fabulous without a lot of fuss. This is perfect for the yearbook editor who needs to pull together a cohesive draft in a hurry!
Confetti is another easy but versatile design idea, and kindness is a wonderful theme. (Yes, we’re throwing in two ideas here.) Think about how much fun your students can have incorporating these two ideas together throughout the yearbook. Confetti makes a fun design idea, and kindness will inspire lots of relevant quotes to include throughout the yearbook.
If you feel your school wants a more traditional feeling yearbook, have no fear. There are lots of beautiful options that keep it classic but modern.