How to create your own free downloadable party invitations

Updated March 23, 2017

Shopping for just the right party invitation is often frustrating. There is a way for you to eliminate the hassle and choose the design you like for your own party invitations. There are many online sites that will help you create your own free downloadable party invitations. The process is easy and the only cost to you is the paper and ink.

Print free cards and envelopes at the internet Family Fun website. You will need Adobe Reader 9.3, which is a free download. On the internet Family Fun website, click on "Party Invitations" in the left margin and on the type of party such as birthday, St. Patrick's Day or all occasion. Choose a card and click download. This will download a card for you to print. Fold the invitation in half and in half again to display it properly. Fill in the details of your party date, time and place.

Download free, printable party invitations at Hoover Web Design. You will need Adobe Reader 9.3, a free download. Click on your choice of the printable party invitation templates. Print the invitation and fill in your specific details. Fold the invitation in half and fold again to create a single invitation.

Free printable party invitations are available at the Party Supplies Hut online. You can instantly print free themed party invitations by clicking on the invitation of your choice. This will give you a small template; click once to make it larger and print. Fold the printed card in half and then in half again to create your invitation. Fill in the party times and information.


There are free cards online for all occasions. They can be e-mailed or printed.


There are many sites that legitimately offer free printable cards but be cautious if you are ever asked to provide a credit card number.

Things You'll Need

  • Decorative printer paper
  • Envelopes
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About the Author

Martha Burg has been writing since her retirement in 2007. She has traveled extensively and resided in Germany for several years. Burg received certifications working with circuitry and electricity and assisted in writing training and procedural manuals while working in the telecommunications field for 20 years.