14 Best Places to Find Free Easter E-Cards and Online Invites

Cost-free ways to wish your loved ones a happy Easter

Sending a free Easter e-card is a great way to brighten a loved one's spring day. We gathered the best places to find free Easter e-cards to share your love and best wishes.

A few of these websites also offer free online Easter invitations, making it easy to invite friends and family over for an Easter egg hunt, Easter brunch, or other Easter celebration. These sites may even collect RSVPs for your event.

Looking for more Easter fun? Check out some free Easter wallpapers to add Easter light to your computer, tablet, or laptop. There are also free Easter fonts for your springtime projects.

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Easter E-Cards at Punchbowl
What We Like
  • Well-designed traditional-style cards.

  • Easy to customize.

  • Beautiful designs.

What We Don't Like
  • Focused mostly on invitations.

  • Limited selection of Easter-specific cards.

Punchbowl has a great selection of Easter e-cards and invitations. To send a free Punchbowl Easter e-card, sign up for a subscription with a free trial period. All the cards you send during the seven-day trial are free. After your trial ends, a paid subscription (starting at $3.99 per month) will begin. Cancel anytime you like.

Cards range from fun and cute Easter greetings and invitations to more religious and meaningful options. Send your best wishes or invite friends and family over for an Easter egg hunt or brunch.

Personalize many of the designs and their virtual envelopes with photos, custom details, and colors. If you're having a party, Punchbowl makes it easy to collect RSVPs.

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123 Greetings

123 Greetings Free E-Card for Easter
What We Like
  • Great selection.

  • Excellent animated cards.

  • Simple to personalize and send.

What We Don't Like
  • The site and some cards look a bit dated.

123 Greetings has a ton of free animated Easter e-cards that are sure to take care of everyone on your list. There are free religious Easter cards as well as secular cards.

Customize your message on these free Easter e-cards along with the font, style, music, and color. Send via email or on social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.

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Someecards Easter free e-cards
What We Like
  • The offbeat humor is great for those who like it.

  • Simple and flexible to use.

What We Don't Like
  • Humor might not be for everyone.

  • Cards are more memes than traditional cards.

Someecards is a unique site that has free Easter e-cards that are simple, meme-style illustrations. These cards are uniquely offbeat and are great if you're looking for some tongue-in-cheek Easter humor. Download a meme to share it, or share via social media sites, including Twitter and Pinterest.

Some of the free Easter e-cards here contain adult language and themes.

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Got Free Cards

Got Free Cards free Easter Ecards
What We Like
  • Great animated cards.

  • Easy to send or share on social media.

What We Don't Like
  • Limited selection.

You'll find a small but fun collection of free Easter e-cards at Got Free Cards. These cards are bright, animated, and sure to put a smile on anyone's face.

Share these free Easter e-cards via Instagram or Facebook, or email them to specific recipients.

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Open Me

The free Easter ecards at Open Me
What We Like
  • Very well designed.

  • Excellent customization options.

  • Simple to send.

What We Don't Like
  • Limited selection.

Open Me has a small collection of free Easter e-cards, but there are some high-quality designs that you should check out. You'll find images of spring flowers, rabbits, chicks, Easter eggs, and baby animals.

These Easter e-cards can be customized with your text and images before sending them via email or Facebook. Sign up for a free membership to send unlimited free e-cards at Open Me.

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American Greetings

American Greetings Easter E-Cards
What We Like
  • Great contemporary designs.

  • Multiple ways to send.

  • Simple customization.

What We Don't Like
  • Selection could be bigger.

American Greetings has a collection of fun, high-quality Easter e-cards that range from sentimental to silly. While you need to sign up for a membership, American Greetings offers a free seven-day trial during which you can send as many free cards as you like. (If you extend your membership, the cost is $19.99 per year.)

Send e-cards via email or Facebook, include physical gifts with your card, preschedule cards (with a paid membership), and more.

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Paperless Post

Paperless Post Free Easter E-Cards
What We Like
  • Beautiful designs.

  • Simple to customize and send.

  • Traditional and cute cards.

What We Don't Like
  • Some cards require the purchase of "coins."

  • You'll need to sign up for an account.

Paperless Post has a small but adorable selection of free Easter cards to send via email. You need to sign up for an account to use the service. After you sign up, check Free to show only free e-cards.

If you like the service and want to access its paid offerings, purchase "coins" through the site and use them for paid e-cards.

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Kisseo free Easter greeting e-cards
What We Like
  • Unique animations with real video.

  • Nice variety.

  • Easy to use and send.

What We Don't Like
  • Not as big a selection as other sites.

Kisseo offers a variety of free Easter e-cards, ranging from funny and exuberant to solemn and reflective. Send them via email or WhatsApp or share to social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter. Many of these virtual cards are smartphone-friendly, as well.

If you're looking for something more permanent, Kisseo offers a selection of paid printed greeting cards that the company will send via mail.

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CrossCards free Easter E-Cards
What We Like
  • Bright, colorful artwork.

  • Large selection.

  • Simple to send or share.

What We Don't Like
  • Cards consist mostly of just a single picture.

  • No secular options.

  • A lot of repeated artwork.

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

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BirthdayAlarm free Easter E-Cards
What We Like
  • Good selection.

  • Original animations.

  • Simple to personalize and send.

  • You need a paid account for premium cards.

BirthdayAlarm has a surprisingly nice selection of Easter e-cards that range from simple and cute to meaningful and religious. Animated cards are humorous and high-quality, and it's easy to send your e-cards.

While a limited selection of e-cards is free, BirthdayAlarm offers a free 30-day trial of its premium membership, so you can freely send out cards and see if you'd like to continue the service.

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BlueMountain Easter E-Cards
What We Like
  • Excellent selection.

  • Unique interactive cards.

  • Printable options.

  • Easy to personalize.

What We Don't Like
  • Free trial period is only seven days, after which you need a paid membership.

If you take advantage of BlueMountain's seven-day free trial, you can celebrate spring and choose from the large Easter e-card collection that includes funny, seasonal-themed, religious, and animated cards.

If you decide to stay with your BlueMountain membership, the cost is $4.99 per month.

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DoozyCards free Easter E-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.

  • Not all cards are free.

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

DoozyCards has a limited collection of free e-cards, and it offers a free 10-day trial of its premium membership, during which you can send any card you like. After the trial period ends, you're charged $24.99.

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Hi! Greetings free Easter E-Cards
What We Like
  • All cards are free.

  • Easy to send to multiple people.

  • Easy to share on social media.

What We Don't Like
  • The site is a little slow.

Say hi to Easter, bunnies, eggs, and more sweet 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.

All cards are free to customize and send, and HiGreetings makes it easy to send your e-card to Facebook friends or multiple email recipients.

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Sloppy Kiss Cards

Sloppy Kiss Easter Cards
What We Like
  • Cute dogs!

  • Create your own e-card.

  • Add your pet's name and breed.

  • Good selection.

What We Don't Like
  • After the 30-day free trial, you need to pay for a membership.

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

Sloppy Kiss Cards offers a free 30-day trial membership during which you can send any e-card you like. After the membership ends, you're charged an annual fee of $13.95 if you don't cancel.

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