How to Make a Passport Invitation [10+ Templates]
A passport serves to allow its holder entry to a foreign country, while an invitation serves to inform the reader that they have been requested to attend an event or gathering. Since both have very related purposes, why not incorporate passport elements to invitations? Well, we might just have an assortment of passport invitation templates below.
5 Steps to Create a Passport Invitation
Step 1: Write a draft of the invitation elements
The elements of an invitation card include the names of the host and the honoree, the title of the event, the invitation statement, the event schedule, the venue, and the contact information. To minimize your risk of committing any errors, it would be best to write a draft of these elements and use it as your reference.
Step 2: Choose a particular type of invitation
In terms of types, you’ve got party invitations, formal invitations, and business invitations, just to name a few. Each type has its own tone of voice and purpose which is why before proceeding to the next step, you should choose a particular type to help you with the rest of the steps in the process.
Step 3: Download and edit a passport invitation template
Downloading a template is as easy as clicking on the download button below the sample image. However, take note of the file format since you can only edit the template fully if you’re using a compatible editing tool. This means that if you’re using Adobe Photoshop for editing, you should download an invitation template in PSD.
Step 4: Create an RSVP card
An RSVP may be optional for casual events but they are a must for formal events such as weddings and business gatherings. While many of our templates below already come with a separate file for making an RSVP card, others don’t which may require you to find a template separately.
Step 5: Proofread and print your invitations
Proofreading an invitation means checking all the details for accuracy especially on the date and street address of the venue. Although this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t check on the spelling of the names. Afterward, you can start printing copies of your invitation, you should even print out more copies than you need just to be safe.
10+ Passport Invitation Templates
1. Passport Birthday Invitation Card Example
Some girls want their birthdays to be very special when they turn sixteen while others want a lavishing eighteenth birthday celebration. If you’re planning to throw a debut birthday party, make it special and memorable for the celebrant and the guests, use the template above to make your own passport-themed eighteenth birthday invitations.
2. Cute Passport Party Invitation Layout
Passports can be used to keep track of where the holder has traveled to as evidenced by the stamps on its inner pages. Those stamps are present on the invitation template which helps to make it look authentic. If you’re putting together a kid’s birthday party, then you may like the passport birthday invitation template above.
3. Passport Debut Birthday Invitation Design
Once again, here’s an exceptional passport-themed party invitation template that makes effective use of the allotted space. As seen from the image above, the upper half is used for the name of the celebrant while the lower half is where party details are being written together with the celebrant’s portrait.
4. Creative Passport Wedding Invitation
When used for a wedding, a passport-theme invitation would be more than just something to allow the guest entry to the premises, it would also symbolize the couple’s entry to a life of marriage. If you think that’s very sentimental, check out our other wedding invitation templates.
5. Passport Invitation Format
Check out the wedding party invitation template above which makes efficient use of the available space. All details regarding the wedding are written on one side of the invitation while the other is used for a heartfelt invitation statement and other details. If you want to keep it simple yet creative, this would be a good choice.
6. Elegant Passport Wedding Invitation
For your information only, the very first passports in the United States were used during the late 1700s and these consisted of the holder’s name and description. For the wedding invitation card template above, it’s almost very similar since it consists of the bride and groom’s names and a description of the wedding event.
7. Vintage Passport Invitation Sample
Vintage designs are indeed timeless, they still look very creative today as they did back then which is why many designers still incorporate the theme to some of their creations. If the vintage-inspired invitation above managed to capture your interests, you might also like our vintage movie ticket invitation template.
8. Rustic Passport Wedding Invitation Template
According to an analysis conducted some time ago, the Swedish passport is the most powerful in the world since it costs less than fifty dollars yet already allows the holder entry to almost two hundred countries without a visa. Speaking of powerful, check out the creative passport wedding invitation template above.
9. Passport Save the Date Invitation Template
Passports with a blue cover are the second most common in the world (the first one being red) and this symbolizes the “new world”. Around fifteen countries in the Caribbean have blue-colored passports, which would be appropriate if you’re planning to incorporate a Caribbean theme to your wedding while using the template above.
10. Marriage Passport Invitation Design
Why settle with just a passport when you can make use of the whole package? What this means is that while your invitation cards resemble a passport, you can have your RSVP cards resemble a boarding pass. Speaking of boarding passes, you can also check out our boarding pass invitation template.
11. Passport Invitation Layout
For some reason, a child’s first birthday is always the most special and judging by how the template above looks, people are indeed going to be impressed by your efforts. For more templates like this, you might want to check out our other first birthday invitation template.