These free Christmas party invitations are both functional and pretty and your party guests are going to love to receive them in the mail.
Christmas party expenses can really add up and these free Christmas party invitations are a great way to save some money while not compromising style. Hand deliver them instead of mailing and you'll even save the cost of a stamp at the same time as making your friends and family feel extra special.
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A exchange party is a popular type of Christmas party and this free invitation template from Catch My Party makes it easy to invite all of your guests.
Besides an invitation, there are also matching free printables here for table decorations, party circles, party tags, a banner, thank you tags, and more.
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These red and teal retro Christmas party invitations feature Santa Claus and have a spot where you can hand write the date, time, place, and RSVP information.
You'll want to print out these free Christmas party invitations on either cardstock or printer paper, add your details, and then cut them out before mailing.
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You get a choice of a free Christmas party invitation that's red with a picture of Santa or green with a cute little snowman. There's a place for the date, time, place, and RSVP on each of the invitations.
Besides the free Christmas party invitations, there are lots of other free Christmas printables here including party circles, labels, drink flags, wine bottle labels, and .Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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These "Come Celebrate Christmas" party invitations have room for the recipient's name and all the party details.
You can also print off some free decorative circles, cupcake toppers, place cards, drink flags, and cake bunting to match these free Christmas party invitations.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Ugly Sweater parties have been very popular the last few years and if you're hosting one this year, I have the perfect invitation for you.
This free Christmas party invite is red and white and says "Tis the Season to Rock an Ugly Sweater". There are places to write the date, time, address, and a checklist of items you'd like the guests to bring.
Be sure to check out these so you can be the "best-dressed" of the party.
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There are 5 different styles of free Christmas party invitations over at Living Locurto - Eat Drink & Be Merry, It's a Holiday Party, It's the Season to Party (two different designs) and You're Invited to a Stocking Girl Party.
Download any of these free Christmas party invitations, type in your party details, and then print them out on photo or printer paper.