Internet, Networking, & Security Around the Web 24 Favorite Graduation E-Card Sites 2020 by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on January 02, 2020 Around the Web Browsers Cloud Services Error Messages Family Tech Home Networking 5G Antivirus VPN Web Development Around the Web View More Tweet Share Email Send congratulations and the best wishes to graduates from the web's best e-card sites. A Day to Be Proud A day to be proud; a day to reflect; a day to remember; a day to celebrate! Graduation day marks the culmination of an academic career and the happy point at which all the hard if at time s a bit ephemeral work turns into something tangible—a diploma. Speaking of the ephemeral and not quite tangible: greetings sent for somebody's graduation need not be delivered physically to be breathtakingly visible and convey all the thought and soul you pour into them. Graduation e-cards are a wonderful way to share graduation day's joys. Find here a collection of my favorite sites from across the web to send greetings to graduates. 01 of 24 Paperless Post Graduation Cards Paperless Post Graduation Cards. Paperless Post ® What We Like Large selection. Professionally designed cards. More affordable than store bought. Useful search feature. What We Don't Like Small selection of free cards. Plain site design. Whether it is reaching for stars, a high five (selectively also high eight) or a burger ("well done"), the Paperless Post has a card in store for the graduation spirit you want to convey to your favorite alums. You can further customize the artfully crafted cards to suit your needs with stamps and envelopes. 02 of 24 Pingg.com - Graduation Invitations and Cards Pingg.com - Graduation Invitations and Cards. pingg.com LLC What We Like Large selection. Beautiful cards. Send digitally or printed. What We Don't Like Must register to use cards. Expensive premium plan. Picking is hard at Pingg.com, with so many a wonderfully classy graduation e-card to choose. It is, fortunately, also hard to pick a bad card—or invitation, for some of the designs can be used as digital party invitations as well. 03 of 24 Punchbowl - Graduation eCards Punchbowl - Graduation eCards. Punchbowl, Inc. What We Like Lots of free options. Easy to personalize. Send via email or text message. What We Don't Like Smaller selection than other sites. Free cards include ads. Graduation is a joyous ending, a hopeful beginning and… well, you have heard all that; maybe you have said or sent it. Send it now again and anew with meticulously designed cards that befit a joyous ending, a hopeful beginning and… 04 of 24 Someecards.com Graduation Cards Someecards.com Graduation Cards. someecards, Inc. What We Like Very humorous cards. Free to share. What We Don't Like Cards have a similar design. No email option. They will regret having too little or too much fun in college; at least you will not regret having sent a graduation e-card from Someecards.com. You will regret not having sent that other card, of course. 05 of 24 Jacquie Lawson Congratulation E-Cards Jacquie Lawson Congratulation E-Cards. jacquielawson.com What We Like Creative cards. Cute animations and audio. What We Don't Like Outdated site design. Requires membership to send. Requires small annual fee. Not designed specifically for graduation day, many of the marvelously detailed and lavishly animated cards at Jacquie Lawson's are suited well to delivering congratulations to a graduate. Take a look at "Special Delivery" and "Congratulations", for instance. 06 of 24 AmericanGreetings.com Graduation Ecards AmericanGreetings.com Graduation Ecards. AGCM, Inc. What We Like Simple to send via email. Beautiful card designs. Fluid animation and sound. What We Don't Like Small selection. Requires membership. An e-card from AmericanGreetings.com is a nice reward for working hard (or, at least, working) toward (and, probably and soon, beyond) that degree. The selection is not huge but quite diverse. 07 of 24 Ojolie Congratulation Cards Ojolie Congratulation Cards. Ojolie What We Like Unique card designs. Fun animation and audio. Send free cards with membership. Designed by a highly skilled artist. What We Don't Like Most cards are paid premium. Limited selection. When on the red typewriter, a telegram is composed for special delivery, it is the time for high congratulations at Ojolie. Though the cards here are not made for graduations explicitly, do some peeking and looking, and you will find many a gorgeous, classy and elegant card suited just perfectly to your message to the alumna or alumnus. 08 of 24 Hallmark.com - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Large variety of cards to send. Easy to personalize. Professional audio. What We Don't Like Small selection. Must register to send cards. The bright smarty pants conquer the world and embark on new journeys to fresh adventures—after graduation, and with one of the nice Hallmark graduation e-cards maybe. 09 of 24 Just Wink Congrats Cards What We Like Small choice of free cards. Personalize entire card. What We Don't Like Most cards are premium. Requires registration. Just sa-weet and bow-wow cards to send in recognition of the occasion of utmost admiration of any accomplishment, say graduation. 10 of 24 JibJab - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Very funny cards. Creative video cards. Free to send with registration. Creative customization. What We Don't Like Must provide email address. Small selection. Funny videos? For graduation? At JibJab, you can not only send their videographic creations as graduation e-cards, you can have the grad feature in many of them, too; all it takes is a photo. 11 of 24 Leanin' Tree - Graduation Cards What We Like Professionally designed cards. Less expensive than store bought. Modest selection. What We Don't Like No customization. Printed cards only. Beautiful artwork skillfully crafted into graduation e-cards: Leanin' Tree lets you send just great greetings. 12 of 24 BlueMountain.com - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Beautiful card designs. Mostly video cards. What We Don't Like Paid membership required. Very small selection. Fancy putting your words into a nutty professor's mouth to speak? At BlueMountain.com, you can send this as a graduation greeting, or pick one of the other simple, but nicely animated cards. 13 of 24 123 New Grads Greetings What We Like Easy to customize. Free to send cards. What We Don't Like Cluttered site design. Cartoonish cards. Looking for a big selection of graduation e-cards? 123 Greetings has many, many congratulatory greetings (of, perhaps, slightly varying quality) for you to choose from for your favorite graduates (and students in general). 14 of 24 Katie's Cards - Congratulations E-Cards What We Like Small selection. Many creative card designs. What We Don't Like Must provide email address. Some designs are amateurish. Katie's Cards for sending gratulations include one, simple and charming, made specifically for those who passed and graduated. 15 of 24 TIAS.com - Virtual Vintage Graduation Cards What We Like Unique vintage designs. One form to customize and send. What We Don't Like Very limited selection. Outdated site design. There is great charm and gravitas (and fun) in yesteryear's graduation greetings turned today's congratulatory e-cards. 16 of 24 BirthdayAlarm.com - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Beautiful website design. Animations are cute. Easy to personalize. Free to send cards. What We Don't Like Artwork is amateurish. Site is difficult to browse. If graduation day seems like the first day of a life now entirely new and different, a card from BirthdayAlarm.com might not be so far off the mark—given, especially, that BirthdayAlarm.com does offer a nice collection of animated cards designed specifically for the freshly graduated. 17 of 24 E-Cards.com - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Free to send cards. Easy to customize. What We Don't Like Very few cards available. Amateur graphics. Ah… a breath of fresh e-card ideas: from the original E-Cards.com, you can send the Kamakura Daibutsu, green balloons, a giraffe and more to your favorite graduates. 18 of 24 Kisseo - Virtual Graduation Cards What We Like Offers video cards. Free to send. What We Don't Like Plain graphics. Can't customize cards. Small selection. Send congratulations for graduations done well with a card from the small but nicely designed collection at Kisseo. 19 of 24 Care2 - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Free to send or share. Integrated with Facebook and Twitter. What We Don't Like Requires latest Flash to view. Small selection. Amateur artwork. Find simple but nicely animated graduation e-cards at Care2.com (who donate part of their revenue regularly). 20 of 24 GreetingSpring - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Cute animation. Easy to send cards. What We Don't Like Not much selection. Poor quality graphics. Yearly subscription. The third dimension in GreetingSpring' cards may be an illusion, but the cards themselves are really classy—just like the graduate they congratulate. 21 of 24 HiGreetings.com - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Video cards. Free to send cards. Some videos are well designed. What We Don't Like Outdated website. Some tacky videos in the selection. Neatly drawn and deftly animated, HiGreetings.com cards celebrate the recent graduate and send them off to a great start to a whole new world. 22 of 24 1001 Postcards - Graduation E-Cards What We Like Easy to personalize. Free to send. What We Don't Like Low quality website. Poor quality graphics. 1001 postcards sends the graduate up in the clouds with amazing feat with many a simple and granular but sweet and charming e-cards. 23 of 24 Hillel - Graduation eCards What We Like Simple form to personalize. Free to send. What We Don't Like Very small selection. Plain artwork. Somebody made it to mons studii's top? Congratulate them with a simple and striking Hillel e-card. 24 of 24 Crosscards - Free Graduation eMail Greeting Cards What We Like Quick form to send. Free to send. What We Don't Like Plain designs. Can't personalize. Send best wishes for graduation with a Christian background—and, it has to be said, somewhat trite imagery.