What is an online college society event invitation?
An online college society event invitation, also know as an digital invitation or a paperless invitation, is a web version of a traditional college society event invite. It allows you to quickly create and share a baby shower invitation to your guest-list.
Why create an online college society event invitation?
Sending your online invite to your college society event is a quick and easy and free way of inviting people and providing them with all the key information. With Craft, you can create beautiful and informative invites and share them via a link.
When should you create a online college society event invitation?
For your upcoming college society event - you can use an online invitation to send out to your guest list. Be sure to give your guests plenty of notice! You can always follow up nearer the date to check on attendance numbers.
What should your college society event invitation contain?
Your college society event invite should include the following information:
- Date and time (eg Saturday 15 June at 1pm)
- Location address
- Guidelines, if applicable
- Anything guests need to bring
You can quickly create beautiful eye-catching invitations using Craft's free image bank, and by using our colorful cards and backgrounds.
How to use this college society event template
- Create a folder called ‘Templates.’
- Create this template document and give it a title. Remember to add ‘template’ to make it easy to find later.
- Add your content. Be sure to create an experience that looks beautiful.
- You're ready to share with your guest-list!
Sharing and updating your college society event invitation
Once you have created your online college society event invite, publish it online and share it with your guest-list via the 'share to web' feature.
If you need to add or change any details about your college society event, you can do that quick and easily with Craft, keeping your guests up to date with the latest information.
Get this free online college society event invitation here.