Believe it or not, 2018 is upon us. If you’re planning on a last-minute New Year’s Eve Party, it is too late to get the invites in the mail. Why not use Evite to add some sparkle to your electronic invites? For those who are not in the know, Evite is the world’s largest digital platform for sending electronic invitations. You can use Evite to send wedding invitations, save-the-date reminders, birthday cards and even free thank you notes. Evite is simple to use – so simple that more than 100,000,000 people login annually to send an invitation.

These designs are totally free.


Let’s Celebrate

This design gives a very classic look for your soiree. It works best for those who are planning on a black tie – or at least “dress up” – affair.

A Little Sparkle, A Lot of Cheer

This free Evite evokes something sparkling and special. The frosted font and blue starbursts suggest an evening of fireworks.


Let’s Get Bubbly

If you are having your best girlfriends over for a night of bubbly and binge-watching, this fun invitation gets the point across.

It’s the New Year


This lovely invitation is modeled after art deco style, evoking the stylish NYC parties of yesteryear. Use the background of this invitation as your style board.


Let The Confetti Fly

Have kids or are planning a family gathering? Let the confetti fly and have a great time.


Happy Hogmanay

Hogmanay is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year in the Scottish manner. The Scots have many national and local traditions, but the most popular one is the custom of “First Footing”, which begins right after midnight. This term denotes the first person to cross the threshold of a friend or neighbor’s house, and the person usually brings gifts. This is supposed to bring luck to the house owner in the new year.

You could model your party after Glasgow traditions, which involve a meal of steak pieor stew, dancing drinking and singing.

Touchdown to the New Year

College football has moved many of its bowl games to New Year’s Eve, making it a great way to have a football-centric party. The NFL has football games scheduled for all day long, many of them with playoff implications. If you’d like to have a party and then stay-in at night, or if you just want to keep your night free with a relaxed afternoon gathering, why not throw a football party?

Auld Lang Syne

Planning on staying up to meet the dawn? Check out this Evite, with its orange-peach hues, evoking a beautiful New Year’s morning. Auld Lang Syne is a poem written by Robert Burns in 1788, and it has become closely associated with welcoming the New Year. If you’re up for a NYE party with this invitation, plan on singing the song at the stroke of midnight. Be sure to print out a copy of the words so everyone can sing along.