Having a celebration? Need an invitation? Printable invitation cards are easy to find on this site. Just choose your favorite and print for free.
A special party needs a special invitation. So at FromtheRookery.com I have tried to design something to meet every need.
These invitation card templates could be used for a whole range of party types. A pretty way to invite your guests.
Simply scroll down to choose your paper type (A4 or letter). Use the links to open the invitation in a new window, ready for printing.
Fun circle design! I left this one open to interpretation so it was flexible enough to use for almost any type of party.
There are so many different types of parties and events that require invitations - but sometimes it is hard to find the perfect invite. I hope that this pretty invitation will be just the thing you need.
There is no need to sign up - just click on the links above to open the template ready for printing.
Make sure that you have the right paper size in your printer for the template you have chosen. These invites will print our nicely on ordinary photocopy paper - or use a heavier weight paper for a luxurious feel. Print off a few versions on different paper to see what effect you like best.
These invitations fold into a card. Take a little time to make the folds - it will give your invite a much more professional finish. The folded card should then fit nicely into an ordinary envelope.
The card itself has plenty of room inside for you to write out your parties details. Be sure to include any details that your guests will want to know - maps, directions, how to rsvp and what time your party is due to finish. Is there a dress code? Do they need to 'bring a bottle' or a pot luck meal? Take a little time to make sure you are clear in your invites - it will save a lot of time later.
One idea in this article suggests you leave out the time the party starts in order to force guests who are coming to ring you to ask. That way you will know exactly who will be coming and who won't. This might work well for childrens parties but I wouldn't recommend it for something more formal.
Once your invitations are ready to post make sure you hang onto your guest list. This will help remind you who you invited (there is nothing worse than waking up in the middle of the night wondering if you forgot the Browns and not being able to check!). It also serves as a useful way to mark off those that respond. do it straight away when someone lets you know if they are coming - it is easy to forget in the excitement of planning.
I sincerely hope you enjoy your party and everyone has fun.