5 Sweet Invitation Card Design Templates for May

May is a perfect month for sending spring invitations, whether to a special sales event, family barbecue or Mother’s Day celebration, and you can have a blast making your own invitation cards to send to friends and family members or clients and customers.  The best part is you can design your own invitation cards based on professionally designed templates for free using the PsPrint Design Marketplace Gallery.  I’ve hand-picked five sweet invitation card designs that are perfect for May.  You can customize any of these designs and make them your own, or choose from hundreds of other customizable designs.

Spring Sale

I love the green hue of this greeting card and the elegant plant accent, perfect for May.  The clean font lends a unique combination of lighthearted fun and elegance.


If you’re hosting a backyard barbecue for family and friends, you can’t go wrong with this customizable invitation card design.  I like the big letters and grill silhouette made more bold by getting cut off at the edges.

Great Ideas

This invitation card has a fun slogan that you can correlate to an eco-friendly business, the spring season in May, or, literally, great ideas.  No matter what your perspective is, this invitation card is the right choice for spring marketing.

Spring Sale II

This invitation card likewise boasts a May/spring theme with a sale tag gently laid in soft, flowing grass as though an Easter egg.  I love the fresh, clean style the artwork, particularly the white flowers.

Mother’s Day

A simple, subtle, yet powerful illustration on a bright, attention-getting background makes this a perfect customizable Mother’s Day invitation card.

Which is your favorite?  Head on over to the PsPrint Marketplace Gallery to pick your favorite free and customizable invitation card design now!

About the Author:

Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. His previous roles included managing editor for a hometown newspaper and club bartender for a group of quasi-alcoholics. When he’s not writing, he’s usually counting lost follicles and wondering what he ever did with his time before his two children were born.


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