Design a Religious Puja Invitation Card with Canva

Invite your guests to your auspicious puja with a personalized invitation card designed on Canva

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Design an invitation card for any type of puja

Whether it’s a Satyanarayana puja, Ganesh puja, Saraswati puja, Vastu puja, or a Grah Pravesh puja, organizing a puja is always time consuming as you try to rush and get all the puja samagri in place. Calling every guest up individually to invite them to the puja can take away a lot of your preparation time. Thankfully, there is Canva which lets you design and share your puja invitation in just a few minutes so that you can go back to doing more important things for the puja ceremony.

With thousands of templates created by professional designers and intuitive drag and drop tools, creating an invitation card on Canva is incredibly easy. When you are done designing your invite, you can directly share it on your social media or email it to your guests.

How to make a Puja invitation card

  1. Open Canva

    Open Canva and search for "Pongal Card." You can start with a fresh blank page or choose a template.

  2. Select a template

    Browse professionally designed, ready-made templates for your Puja invitation card. Choose something simple and classic or bright and colorful. Click on your favorite template to add it to your page.

  3. Add images and text

    Check out Canva’s library of high-resolution stock photos, images, illustrations, icons and other graphics. Use the drag-and-drop tool to move elements around. Spice things up with the animate and photo features.

  4. Keep customizing

    To add a personal touch, upload your own images and artwork. Choose your own background, color scheme and font style. Swap elements from different templates to create the effect you want.

  5. Share or print

    Satisfied with your design? Share your card directly on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram in a few easy clicks. Save as a PDF and make high-quality prints with Canva Print.

Start Designing a Puja Invitation Card

Customize your invitation by adding your own puja photos

If you have pictures from your previous puja ceremonies, then you can add them to your invitation card to add a personal touch to it. In case it’s a Grah Pravesh puja, you can also add pictures of your new home or your family.

Don’t have any pictures? Canva’s got you covered. You can find several puja related images on Canva’s media library which has over a million images, graphics, and illustrations. Most of these are free, while only a few cost $1 for each one-time use.

Add information about the venue, puja timings, and more using Canva’s predesigned font combinations and typography. You can also go ahead and create your own font combinations with our 130 available fonts.

Collaborate with other family members or friends

When you are inviting so many guests to an auspicious ceremony, you want to make sure that everything is correct on the invite and there is absolutely no confusion. That is why, once you have designed your invite, send it to your friends or family members to get their feedback about the design. They can also check for any typos or errors in the text.

To share your design, click on the share button and enter the email address of the people you want to share your design with. Check the ‘can edit’ box if you want to give edit access to the users. Your family and friends will then be able to access your design from their Canva account.

Print the invitations or share them online

Now that you have a brilliant puja invitation card design with you, it’s time to share it with your guests. Print your invite in PDF-Print format to get a high quality print which you can personally hand over to your guests.

If you don’t have enough time to give your invite to every guest personally, then you can directly share your it through email, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. Download the invite in JPG or PNG format to send it to all your guests through messaging apps like WhatsApp and Viber.

FAQ

Writing an invitation for Puja is simple. Start with a friendly greeting such as “Dear guest,” continue with “We cordially invite you to celebrate Puja with us at our home,” and add any important details like date, time, location, theme and RSVP instructions.

If you’ve finished designing your Puja invite card online, you can share it directly via email or on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or any other social media channel you’d like. You can also make prints in a few easy steps and send them off in the post.

A standard invitation for Puja is 5” x 7,” but you can also customize your invitation to be 3.5” x 5,” 4.5” x 6.25” or 5.25” x 5.25” in size. Different shaped cards will be different sizes, whether you’ve chosen square, rounded, scalloped or bracketed edges.

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