Free Printable DIY Holiday Party Invitations - Customize and print! LivingLocurto.com

Christmas party time is right around the corner. To make your party planning easier, I designed five Free Printable DIY Party Invitations for you!

I hope you enjoy my holiday party invitations! Each invitation has an editable area to type your own details before you print.

NOTE… these invitations are designed on a 5×7 page and meant to be printed on photo paper. This way there is no cutting involved. Just download, type in your information and print.

Choose your favorite invitation below, type your party details and print on 5×7 photo paper. All invitations are meant to be printed at home. Make sure you do a test print and choose 5×7 in your printer settings.

If you enjoy these, I’d love to hear from you in the comments, especially if you use them for a party. Please share with your friends. Thanks!

Download Free Holiday Party Invitations 

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34 Comments

  1. I LOVE these!! I just wish I could make the font a wee bit smaller to add maybe one or two more lines of information!!

    Thank you for providing these πŸ™‚

  2. Just wanted to say thanks for the freebie invites! I already had my annual Christmas party planned for this past Christmas, but looking ahead I ‘ll have some great ideas! Thanks again! Love your site.

  3. Thank you so much for these! I will be using one for my bday party on the 23rd and another one for my daughter’s Christmas party!

    Would you be able to tell me what font you used for the striped invitations; I’d like to carry over the font on the invite if possible. πŸ™‚

    Thank you!!

  4. I am able to open and edit these, but when I go to print the only text that shows up is the original text. Even after deleting the text, editing, saving it, I’ve even tried moving it to another format, I still can’t get rid of the original text. I would love to use them but don’t know how to get the original text to go away

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  6. So cute ! Love your printables … looks like I’ve found the invites to the kids party πŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing them, it is so nice of you.

  7. Thank you so much – soooooo cute! I am planning on using one for the surprise invitation for my daughter (princesses inviting her to the castle) and our surprise trip to disney!!!

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