16 (Free!) Printable Party Invitations for Any Occasion

Whether you're planning a birthday party in May or a dinner party in October, give your next event a personal touch by sending out customized invitations. Download your favorite design, print on card stock and fill in your party details.

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Simply Sweet

This sweet pastel invite is perfect for a Sunday brunch, bridal shower or even an outdoor soiree. Dress up the design with twine tied in a bow and a color-coordinated polka-dot envelope liner. Design by Jennifer Gierman of Love vs. Design

Retro Floral

This colorful and retro floral invitation is perfect for any celebration. Simply fill in the event information, print onto card stock and it's ready to send off to your guests. Use an aqua font or pen to match the flowers as the main text color, and choose a sunny-yellow cursive font for the guest-of-honor's name. Design by Jayme Marie Gonzalez of Jayme Marie Designs

Hello, Sunshine

The yellow and gray color combination of this modern geometric invite makes it perfect for any stylish gathering. For a simple yet eye-catching embellishment, punch holes at the top and bottom of the invitation wording, and run colored baker's twine down the side with a simple knot to connect it. Design by Kori Clark of Paper & Pigtails

Soft Chevron Stripes

A sweet touch of pink added to the crisp chevron pattern makes this whimsical invitation perfect when you want to combine modern and delicate design styles. For an extra-special addition, cut a long flag shape from colored card stock to wrap across the front. Secure the back with tape, layer on another piece of card stock and wrap baker's twine around to hold it in place. Design by Kori Clark of Paper & Pigtails

Party Lanterns

This chic outdoor-inspired invitation is ideal for a summer or fall dinner party, though perfectly equipped to be used for year-round events. Fill in your party details with a funky font and send to your friends for any last-minute (or well-planned) get-together. You've got the invitation, now all you need is a bucket of drinks, delectable treats and great company. Design by Shannon Eddings of Clapping Tree Design

Colorful Arrangement

Are you set on a particular color scheme for your party? Kim Stoegbauer of The TomKat Studio created a simple chevron-patterned invitation in a variety of vibrant hues, including yellow, orange, turquoise and pink. You can even promote a sophisticated black-and-white cocktail party by sending out the invite patterned in black.

Modern Silhouette

This modern bird invitation is perfect for every occasion, from backyard barbeques to bridal showers. It's easy to spice up this refined invitation by adding vintage postage to the envelope for a charming retro look. Design by Nicole Ripplinger and Alison Allen of The Henhouse Press and Deuce Cities Henhouse

Colorful Garden

The bold yellow floral silhouettes offset with soft gray outlines on this party invite are sure to create an atmosphere of elegance at any occasion. Include a simple envelope liner to add a fun surprise to your party invite and create a subtle contrast with the summery chrome-yellow hues. Design by Nicole Ripplinger and Alison Allen of The Henhouse Press and Deuce Cities Henhouse

Summer-Style Festivities

This turquoise and red banner invitation is festive and fun. The summer-inspired color scheme and simple design makes it ideal for Fourth of July and beach-style get-togethers, but it can be used for year-round parties, too. Design by Patti Wunder of Easton Place Designs

Bold Celebration

The perfect invitation for any casual afternoon, this colorful pennant and polka-dot design is especially ideal for kids' birthday parties or getting the gang together for brunch or an afternoon of backyard fun. Design by Nicole Ripplinger and Alison Allen of The Henhouse Press and Deuce Cities Henhouse

A Place for You

The sophisticated graphic place setting on this invitation allows it to easily be used for a number of different occasions. To keep the style clean and simple, create a knot with silver ribbons and string it through the back of the invitation, leaving the knot in front. Layer on silver card stock and round the corners to give it a polished look. Design by Kori Clark of Paper & Pigtails

Lemon Lattice

This cheery invitation features a yellow-and-white lattice design and a place for you to include all the important information for your next big gathering. Soft gray lines and dotted guidelines make filling out the party's details a breeze. Design by Patti Wunder of Easton Place Designs

Birds in Flight

Send this sweet and casual invitation out for a special event honoring that stylish friend of yours, whether it's a bridal shower or a casual weekend gathering. Coordinate with a mustard-yellow envelope to complement the sage and gray design and you're sure to receive wonderful responses from your guests. Design by Shannon Eddings of Clapping Tree Design

Classic Black and White

This edgy and modern invite is perfect for your next dinner party or evening affair. The classic black-and-white color scheme can coordinate with just about any event and is perfect for last-minute get-togethers. Even if you're running behind, taking the time to send invites in the mail lets your guests know you're thinking of them and that you're looking forward to the party just as much as they are. Design by Nicole Ripplinger and Alison Allen of The Henhouse Press and Deuce Cities Henhouse

Elegant Damask

Feeling crafty? This elegant damask invite would look even more gorgeous with some extra embellishment. Try hand-sewing around the frame at the bottom of the invite in bright orange thread to add some extra oomph. Then, fill in your information with a matching pen and send out to your guests for a stylish sneak peek of the party to come. Design by Shannon Eddings of Clapping Tree Design

Shades of Pink

Announce your next gathering with this fanciful floral invitation. Shades of pink and a touch of yellow will let your guests know your party will be a festive one. Pink dotted guidelines are perfect for including all the important party details. Design by Patti Wunder of Easton Place Designs

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