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One of our favorite parts of this time of year? Cookies—and lots of them. With everyone baking, you may as well get everyone together to try each other’s sweet treats. Whether this is an annual event or you want to start a new tradition, we have plenty of cookie swap invitations to get your guests in the holiday spirit.
From exclusive collaborations with design studios like Hello!Lucky and The Indigo Bunting, to our own varied collection that lets you choose a cookie swap invitation free, there’s something for every host’s taste. The cookies are the star, so put them front and center with playful cookie party invitations featuring illustrations of happy gingerbread people, beautifully decorated cookies in all shapes and sizes, or an inviting gingerbread house. Prefer to highlight the important prep on your cookie swap party invitations? Templates with oven mitts, mixing bowls, spoons, sprinkles, and more baking essentials are perfect ways to get guests in the mood to bake—and they’re especially perfect if your party’s main event will be making the treats together. Whether you’re planning a neighborhood, family, or school Christmas cookie swap, invitations with cute designs are an enticing way to kick things off.
Once you’ve chosen your cookie swap invitation template, it’s time to customize it. Think of it like decorating a cookie. If you need help with your cookie swap invitation wording, our designs give you some starting points (funny or straight-forward), but you’re always encouraged to make it personal with words of you own. Choose the font and text colors you want, then select a backdrop and digital envelope liner. To assemble the guest list, simply refer to one previously saved for a past event, or upload contacts from your email account. Once you hit send and your cookie swap party invitations are delivered, our RSVP tracker will keep tabs on the details. Use our guest messaging to send any last-minute info or a quick reminder to late responders. Once the party’s over and your bellies are full of sugar, post pictures of the cookies to the event’s online photo gallery (as inspiration for next year).