Favorite Sites to Send Easter E-Cards

Send Easter greetings to loved ones with these sites

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As spring approaches, send Easter e-cards with greetings for a happy Easter from the best sites on the net. Choose themes that depict Easter bunnies, religious joy, Easter eggs, or spring flowers to convey the happiness of Easter for you to send to your friends and family. Here are the top sites to compose and send memorable Easter e-cards—with both free and paid options.

Jacquie Lawson

Jacquie Lawson Easter Cards

What We Like

  • Great unique animations

  • Plenty of options

  • Simple to send

What We Don't Like

  • Requires sign-up

An Easter hare and a pop-art chicken straight out of the egg make for picturesque and festive Easter greetings at Jacquie Lawson, where new cards are added each year. Bunnies, chicks, spring flowers, and April showers are among the whimsical Easter selections. This site is subscription only; a reasonable annual fee comes with an unlimited number of beautifully drawn cards for every occasion.

American Greetings

AmericanGreetings.com Easter E-Cards

What We Like

  • Tons of options

  • High quality cards

  • Great animations

What We Don't Like

  • Requires a subscription

Paying members of American Greetings can select from a vast collection of Easter greeting cards. The religious card selection is generous, but you'll also find contemporary and funny Easter cards. Find cuteness overload in the puppies, kittens, bunnies, and ducklings in this collection.

Paperless Post

Paperless Post - Easter E-Cards

What We Like

  • Traditional style cards

  • Simple to customize and send

  • Beautifully designed

What We Don't Like

  • Requires an account

Easter greetings come meticulously designed and set in stunning typography at the Paperless Post. Spring-colored pastels dominate this selection of cleverly illustrated e-cards. Both free and paid premium cards are available.

Hallmark.com

Hallmark Ecards

What We Like

  • Excellent quality cards

  • Good selection

  • Great variety

  • Simple to customize and send

What We Don't Like

  • Requires a paid subscription

Hallmark has Easter e-cards covered, but it also has cards for Palm Sunday and Good Friday. Some of the high-quality cards at Hallmark.com are decorated not only with happiness but with interesting animations. These e-cards run the gamut from spiritual to cartoonish. There is something for everyone here.

Ojolie

Ojolie Easter Cards

What We Like

  • Great animated cards

  • Unique artwork

What We Don't Like

  • Not all cards are free

  • Requires an account

The Easter Bunny delivers! Mother duck gets a well-decorated surprise, and puppies and flowers abound. You can send a charming Easter greeting card at Ojolie, either by selecting one of the site's free cards or signing up for an annual membership.

Pingg.com

Pingg.com Easter Invitations & Cards

What We Like

  • Huge selection

  • Great variety

  • Professionally designed traditional style cards

What We Don't Like

  • Most cards require a subscription

  • Site could be easier to use

If picking the right card to send for cheerful Easter greetings or a tasty invitation to Easter brunch seems like an Easter egg hunt, it is because there are so many beautifully crafted cards to choose from at Pingg.com. Browsing the collection is great hunting fun, and it is just about impossible to pick a wrong card.

JustWink

JustWink Easter Cards

What We Like

  • Excellent modern design

  • Good humorous cards

  • Simple to personalize

  • Multiple ways to send

What We Don't Like

  • Could have a bigger selection

  • Requires an account

JustWink Easter cards take a fresh approach that centers on candy and family. Whether you just wink or would rather stare, these cards just work: JustWink offers pleasantly drawn cards and clever words to go with them, but you can also add your own images and words. You can even opt to send your Easter greeting as a physical card.

E-Cards.com

E-Cards.com

What We Like

  • Super simple to use

  • Large selection

  • Great virtual postcard format

What We Don't Like

  • Site is dated

  • Cards could be better organized

Send Easterly images and greetings; they may be simple, but they're sweet — and from the original e-cards.com site. Whimsical drawings and beautiful photography star in this card selection.

CardCow.com

CardCow Easter

What We Like

  • Cool vintage style

  • Based on real postcards

  • Massive selection

  • Multiple ways to send

What We Don't Like

  • Cards can be seriously pricey

Easter is beautiful and glorious in the vintage greeting cards you can send from CardCow.com. The cards even include original handwritten notes. The predominantly Victorian-themed cards are beautiful works of art.

This site differs from other e-card sites in that its cards are original vintage cards, but you can purchase a scan of the card that you can then send as an e-card. 

Katies Cards

Katie's Cards Easter Ecards

What We Like

  • Well done animation

  • Variety in cards

What We Don't Like

  • Requires Adobe Flash

  • Limited selection

The bright and beautiful spring colors in Katie's Easter greeting e-cards bring happiness, for sure, along with bunnies, rainbows, flowers, and chickens. Click on the previews to see the entertaining animated cards in action. Although most of the cards are for members only, the site includes a selection of free cards that you can personalize for Easter.

Kisseo

Kisseo Easter

What We Like

  • Unique animations with real video

  • Nice variety

  • Easy to use and send

What We Don't Like

  • A bigger selection would be great

Cards of varied styles — from funny and exuberant to solemn and reflective but always in style and good taste — can be sent from Kisseo. Many of these virtual cards work on smartphones as well. Send them by email or share on Facebook, Twitter, or WhatsApp.

CrossCards

Crosscards.com Easter

What We Like

  • Bright colorful artwork

  • Super simple to send

  • Wide selection

What We Don't Like

  • Cards are mostly just a single picture

CrossCards combines Christian religious messages with uplifting imagery for profoundly Christian Easter e-cards. Scriptures suitable for the occasion mingle with lovely images and hand-drawn illustrations. Email these cards or share them on social media websites.

JibJab

JibJab Easter

What We Like

  • Put your face in the card

  • Great humorous animations

  • Easy to send

What We Don't Like

  • Requires an account

  • Limited selection

How's Easter for Easter eggs? Find out at JibJab, where you can send this story and other funny, vibrant, and neatly animated Easter cards. Add your image to join in the e-card fun of these laugh-out-loud funny cards.

1001 Postcards

1001 Postcards

What We Like

  • Tons of options

  • Pick between animated an standard

  • Simple to send

What We Don't Like

  • Site isn't well maintained

  • Animations require Flash

Among the literally 1001 postcards at this site are funny and brightly colored cards that celebrate Easter and spring. Many even add animation to the celebration.

Dgreetings.com

Dgreetings Easter

What We Like

  • Great selection

  • Very well organized

  • Easy to personalize and send

What We Don't Like

  • Cards are mostly a single image

In all tasteful and friendly a manner, Dgreetings.com offers Easter e-cards with photographs and drawing. Send these brightly colored, cheerful Easter e-cards to the ones who matter in your life. Choose from traditional spring and religious themes and from cute bunny and baby cards. 

BirthdayAlarm

BirthdayAlarm

What We Like

  • Good selection

  • Original animations

  • Simple to personalize and send

What We Don't Like

  • Requires an account

Few holidays are as joyful as Easter. Celebrate with colorful cards, great greetings, and religious recreations from BirthdayAlarm.com. Cute animated cards are standouts here.

Care2

Care2

What We Like

  • Variety of animations

  • Large selection

  • Easy to personalize

  • Multiple ways to send and share

What We Don't Like

  • Requires Adobe Flash

Send free Care2 e-cards for Easter or Passover. Send cute bunnies, chickens, and eggs (and much more) as wonderful Easter greetings, and do something for them at the same time: Care2 sponsors environmental organizations.

BlueMountain.com

BlueMountain.com Easter

What We Like

  • Excellent selection

  • Unique interactive cards

  • Printable options

  • Easy to personalize

What We Don't Like

  • Requires a paid subscription

Members at BlueMountain.com can celebrate spring and choose from the large Easter e-card collection that includes funny, spring-themed, religious, and animated cards

DoozyCards.com

Doozy Cards

What We Like

  • Great mix of animations

  • Easy to add your message

  • Send or share multiple ways

What We Don't Like

  • Selection could be bigger

If the Easter you wish upon others is sunny and bright and happy, then DoozyCards.com is a place to visit for Easter e-cards. Any of these cheerful e-cards can perk up a friend's day.

123 Greetings

123 Greetings

What We Like

  • Gigantic library of cards

  • Simple to personalize

  • Great simple animations

What We Don't Like

  • Some cards look dated

As easy as 1-2-3. That's what sending a funny, religious or floral Easter greeting is with 123 Greetings. The selection is not the biggest, but there are several hundred fine cards in it. You shouldn't have any trouble finding just the right card.

Hi!Greetings.com

Hi!Greetings

What We Like

  • Good selection

  • Simple to send and send to multiple people

What We Don't Like

  • Site is dated and slow

Say hi to Easter and bunnies and eggs and more sweet, typical imagery you can send as an Easter e-card from HiGreetings.com. Mark the beginning of spring or of a new friendship with one of these joyful cards.

Someecards.com

Seomecards.com

What We Like

  • Irreverent humor is great for those that appreciate it

  • Simple to use

What We Don't Like

  • Cards are more memes than cards

  • Humor definitely isn't for everyone

If you did not send any e-cards during Lent, splurge for Easter with cards that make fun of Easter (and Lent and everything else) in style from Someecards.com. Some of the humor might be a bit irreverent, but it is all in good fun.

Victorian Trading Co.

Victorian Trading Company

What We Like

  • Art is fantastic

  • Very easy to personalize and send

What We Don't Like

  • Small selection

Filled with the spirit of yesteryear, these happy and lovely Victorian Easter and spring greeting cards are bound to be appreciated by your friends. The lovely illustrations evoke a gentler time and will make you smile.

Sloppy Kiss Cards

Sloppy Kiss Cards

What We Like

  • Cute dogs!

  • Add your pet's name and breed

  • Create your own

  • Good selection

What We Don't Like

  • Requires an account

The charming dogs at Sloppy Kiss Cards have traveled all around the world to wish your friends a joyous Easter. (If your friends aren't dog fans, Sloppy Kiss Cards has cat cards, too.)