Free Printable Party Invitations Templates - Just Print and Customize!
Looking for a low cost way to make your own printable invitations for your upcoming party? Below you'll find several printable invitations and invitation templates that you can download for free. The only things required are Adobe PDF Reader software (FREE), your printer and your Creativity!
These free printable invitations contain vector images and are quarter page folded invitations. This means that you fold an 8 1/2 sheet of paper in half and fold again to create a single invitation.
Great News! As an update we are now integrating the ability to type directly on the pdf file of the party invitations using just your web browser. Just click on the fields and enter your information. See this invitation for an example.
Look for the Type & Print icon to see which invitations have been updated with Type & Print ability. There are a ton of invitations so send us an email to let us know which ones you need first and we'll put those at the top of the list.
Please check back often to get the latest in free printable party invitations.
Generic/Multi-Use Printable Party Invitation Templates:
Free Party Invitations Organized Alphabetically by Theme
Printable Car Show Invitations - Pending
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How To Use Printable Invitations
Read how to make your own envelopes to go with your printable party invitations, greeting cards and announcement cards!
The invitation templates are saved as Adobe PDF files. They are blank templates so that you can add your own text. Simply open the templates up and print them out using your printer. Next you can custom decorate the invitation with colored pencils, markers, stickers, beads, glue and glitter or whatever you like. This is a great no cost at home activity that you can do with your children. Some tips on party invitation wording are also available.
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