Things might look different this year, but you can’t cancel Christmas. Whether you celebrate with a virtual ugly sweater party or a family feast, bring everyone together with very merry Christmas invitations.
Tis the season to mingle and mix—cocktails, that is. Pour a cup of eggnog and get your guests into the spirit with very merry online Christmas party invitations.
It doesn’t matter if your party is a low-key affair with snacks, ugly sweaters, and gag gifts or a fancy dinner party hosted at an upscale establishment -- we have Christmas invitations for all of it. Playful designs feature colorful illustrations of Santa, elves, candy canes, ugly sweaters, Christmas lights, and cocktails, some with a vintage feel. More understated Christmas party invitations include simple bows or mistletoe and text-only templates with contemporary typography. The messages themselves are always fun, especially if you’re up for a pun or two. Design choices from veterans in fine entertaining—like Kelly Wearstler, Jonathan Adler, and kate spade new york—bring a decorator’s eye to classic holiday iconography.
Whichever invite you choose, our online design tool lets you customize your Christmas party invitation template to match the festivities. Pick out your favorite fonts and type colors to go alongside a patterned envelope liner and sparkling digital backdrop, or add a bit more of your own style with photo invitations that let you incorporate a snapshot. For charitable or corporate events, add your group’s logo to the design or even upload a completed invitation design to one of our templates. All the little details will make your guests even happier to see that Christmas party invitation email in their inbox.
Our online tools give you the freedom to concentrate on the most important parts of hosting your Christmas party—drinks, food, and decor. Track your guests’ RSVPs online and send any last-minute messages to attendees or those who can’t make it. When the party’s over, post photos in the online gallery, as they’re warm memories to hold onto in the chilly winter days ahead.