There are new ticket style party invitation templates, printable movie ticket invite templates, as well as other birthday ticket styles. Print With My Pic has a variety of invitation templates for birthday parties, concerts, movie showings, dances, baby showers, home parties, graduation parties and more. Check out a few of these previews:
You can add your photo, friends pictures or a school mascot. Everything is online, so there’s no software to download. It’s much faster than movie ticket templates for Word and the templates let you design you own layouts, change the fonts and color schemes with some templates.
To get started, click on one of the previews to see all of the invitation ticket templates you can use. On that page, click on a template you’d like to try. The party ticket invitation will open in a new window. Once the movie ticket invitation maker loads, you’ll see an option to upload your picture, edit the text, and make a personalized b-day party ticket invitation, or invite for any event you’d like.
Edit the ticket text, layout, colors, etc. You can change all of the text on the templates, even the bar code. Use the bar code for your RSVP information, or just put a funny message in there. Make VIP ticket invitations, printable Admit One movie ticket invitations or a Backstage Pass invitation. It’s up to you. You can make just one ticket or up to 4 per page. Again, add a picture from your favorite movie and you can make movie tickets with movie posters, draw your own characters for cartoon movie ticket invitations, and more!
After editing your ticket invite, you are ready to print. There is a print button right on the template. This is all an easy to use, one screen, online ticket invitation maker. After hitting the print button, you should get a print window that pops up. There you can make any printer adjustments you may need, like changing the paper tray or changing the paper quality settings if you are using photo paper for example. You can also choose to make as many copies as you’ll need.
Tips for making great looking movie ticket invitations:
The best tip is to use a thicker paper for your tickets. Print a single ticket on plain paper first to check that everything is just as you’d like and that all of the information is correct. If it’s all good, load a thicker stock paper or photo paper into the printer and you should have nicer tickets.
To save ink printing ticket invitations, look for the templates with the most white space. There are a couple templates where I intentionally created large white sections for text. This will reduce the amount of ink you need. Also, using photos with white backgrounds will reduce the amount of ink you need.
If you have any questions, problems, would like to see more ticket templates, etc., please comment below. I’d love to hear from you.