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Create excitement about your event with stunning designs you can easily customize.
Start with the best event templates
A quick way to create custom, vibrant designs for your special day
Create beautiful flyers, invitations, posts, planners, and more in just a few minutes. You don't need any graphic design experience. Here's how the magic happens:
Find the perfect template
Search for anything—style, topic, image, or color—or look around the catalog for inspiration. You'll find professionally designed templates for whatever you need to create.
Customize your creation
Swap out design, text, and video elements to match your style or brand. With powerful and intuitive editing tools including Microsoft Designer, Clipchamp, and Microsoft 365, there's no experience required.
Share it with the world
When you're done, share directly with your followers or audience in just a few clicks. Even use your design to quickly create content for any other use, so you can reach your fans wherever they are.
Frequently asked questions
If you've never promoted an event before, first decide what type of advertisements you want to publish. You may need to announce the event, and there's a template for that. If you already have an invite list, you can also use form templates to manage RSVP notices.
Whether your event is large or small, virtual or in person, we've got a template for you to start with. Everything from open houses and grand openings to special sales can get a promotional boost with a customized design template.
There are a variety of templates you can use to promote events. You can customize email templates, website banners, videos, announcement cards and flyers, invitations, posts, planners, and more. Once you find a template you want to use, you can change its colors and font so that it's perfected to your design needs.
You'll want to take different steps when promoting local, national, and virtual events. To promote local events, you may want to place physical signs and flyers in the area (and digital versions on social media) so that local visitors are likely to see them and return. National events and virtual events should be heavily promoted on social media, in email inboxes, using contests, and through an official website.