If you’re planning a Halloween party, you’ll need a way to let people know they’re invited, right? Now, you could go the new-fashioned route and just e-vite everyone, but where’s the fun in that? Sometimes a good old-fashion invite through the mail is just more fun. These days, all we get in the mail is bills and junk, anyway, right? Wouldn’t it be nice to send something people actually WANT to receive?
Free Printable Halloween Invitations
Making your own free printable Halloween invitations is actually really easy. I made these three for you in PicMonkey. I’m not exactly a graphic designer, so they’re a bit basic. If you’re crafty with photo editing software, you can easily embellish them a lot more than I did. I do have the Royale version of PicMonkey, so I have more options available to me than the free version. If you did want to make your own, you could just pay for a month at $4.99, then make all your graphics and cancel. Although I use it daily so I paid for the yearly subscription because it’s a lot cheaper.
With these invites, I left spaces for you to fill in your own information. If you make your own, you can fill that in as you create it.
Basic Printable Halloween Invitations for Kids or General Parties
For this one, it’s just a white background to start with, then the Trick or Treat theme. I used the Scary Silhouettes, Emily’s Candy font and added the little candies. Super simple, but not to hard on your printer because it doesn’t have a ton of colors or designs.
Zombie Halloween Party Invitation
This one I tried to get fancy with. Abulans mortuus is the Latin term for “walking dead.” I looked it up. Fill in the blanks with your info. To make this one, I started with the 5×7 rotated on its side and a green background. I used Green Fuz for the header and Dead Hardy for the body. I grabbed a radioactive symbol off Pixabay. Then I went to the Zombie Theme and added the crackle and ooze followed by the Zombie Virus. Fade it until it’s the color you want.
Vampire Party Invites
For this one, start with a white background, then go to the Vampire theme. Add the Night Frights with the grave, but zoom it up so it’s not overwhelming. I used Dead Hardy for the body and the one that says something about Delicious Cake (I can’t figure out the first word) for the header and Dracula quote. I added blood and bats, and called it a day!
Making your own printable Halloween invitations in PicMonkey is actually really fun and easy. Again, if you have graphic skills, I’m sure you can come up with something even more elaborate! If you like these, feel free to take them! Click the picture to go to the larger version.