Design and share a custom invitation for your graduation ceremony. With over 100 different layouts to choose, you'll never be stuck for inspiration!
Graduation is a special occasion worthy of spectacular design! You don’t need to be a graphic designer to create an amazing custom invitation in Canva. Simply add your own photos to one of our layouts and change the fonts and colors to create a memorable graduation invitation you can share with your family and friends.
Celebrate your favourite college memories by adding personal photos to your graduation invitation. You can upload as many of your own images to Canva as you like.
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Address graduation invitations by filling out the recipient’s name and address on the front of the envelope, hand writing or printing the address in three lines and printing or stamping the return address in the upper left hand corner or back flap of the envelope.
A graduation invitation should include the name of the graduate, the location and time of the graduation and a line inviting the guest to the ceremony. Common lines are “[Name] requests your presence at a Graduation Ceremony” and “With great pride, we invite you to share our happiness at Commencement Exercises.”
Popular fonts for graduation invitations include Cortado Regular, Birra Stout, Omnes Regular, Bistro Script Regular, Sutro Heavy, Park Avenue, Brush Script, Snell Roundhand and Commercial Script. You want your font to be clear and readable but with class and elegance, so choose something warm that also reflects the formality of the event.