Killer Featured Images

You can stylize your party invitations or event page with a graphic on most platforms. Choose something which conveys a sense of fun and expresses your personality.

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Think of your event page like an online dating profile. It’s the first thing people will see. If you don’t include a fun photo, you will probably get zero matches.

An eye-catching image that makes your guests smile is best. Avoid using something boring and generic. You want a feature image which looks unique and creates excitement.

Example Images

I’ve used beaches, vintage parties, and hip museums for my party pics. Here are a few to get you started:




Beaches and Nature

Art and Museums

Licensing Information

All images are free to use.

Nick’s note: I found all of these images on royalty-free websites. You can use them on your RSVP pages for both work and personal events. Have fun!

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About the author

Howdy! I'm Nick Gray. Most people know me as the Founder of Museum Hack. I wrote a book, The 2-Hour Cocktail Party, about making new friends and building big relationships through small gatherings.