A spring flower with a ribbon and happy Easter card

After a long, cold winter, Easter is a great time to celebrate the renewal of life and the new growth that spring brings. And for devout Christians, it’s also one of the most important religious holidays. Whether you’re observing for spiritual or cultural reasons, these sweet Easter cards are the perfect way to send warm wishes or invite loved ones to a holiday brunch or egg hunt. Let’s hop to it!

Sophisticated Easter Cards

Easter cards don’t have to equal sugary pastels, cartoon bunnies, and bright yellow chicks (unless that’s your preference, of course). These chic Easter greeting cards send happy wishes with beautiful spring florals and lush greenery. They can also double as invitations for an elegant Easter brunch or family dinner.

1. Spring Bunny Invitation

Spring Bunny Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Signature Greenvelope

This gorgeous invitation features sophisticated watercolor artwork with bright florals and an Easter bunny for grownups in the form of a beautiful rabbit. Luxe script and classic text is equally upscale in a demure blue-green hue.

2. Rustic Citrus Invitation

Rustic Citrus Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Robinson Creative House

Featuring juicy oranges and lush spring greenery, this beautiful invitation is proof that you don’t need eggs and bunnies to send Easter wishes. Oversized text, a spring color palette, and real paper texture give this design vintage charm. It’s perfectly elegant to host your timeless event or to send a simple Easter greeting.

3. Delicate Leaves Invitation

Delicate Leaves Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Claudia Owen

Exuding the renewal of spring, this modern invitation is inspired by nature. Soft watercolor leaves have a peaceful aesthetic and are more faded in the middle to accommodate your greeting card or party details. A mix of simple text adds just enough ornamentation without competing with the subtle artwork.

4. Simple Cross Invitation

Simple Cross Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Signature Greenvelope

A simple gold-foil border and cross give this religious Easter card understated sophistication. It’s perfect for hosting Easter brunch after church or for sending a beautiful “He Is Risen” ecard to friends and family. Personalize the gold foil script and simple text with your own Easter blessings or event details.

5. Soft Florals Invitation

Soft Florals Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Stacey Meacham Design, LLC

This versatile watercolor invitation suite is perfect for saying “thinking of you” for Easter, Mother’s Day, or any time. Soft florals and greenery surround a clean, inset border with understated, gold-foil trim. In the center, your personal message or invitation details are included in a chic mix of script and simple all-caps text.

Bright and Colorful Happy Easter Cards

It’s an eggcellent time of year to wish your loved ones a Hoppy Easter! There’s no better way than with colorful ecards in happy hues that are reflective of the season. Send a sweet greeting or invite all of your friends and family for an Easter celebration. Keep it simple or work in your most eggs-tra pun to create your own funny Easter card.

6. Floral Easter Egg Invitation

Floral Easter Egg cards from Greenvelope

Design: Laura Bolter Design

This colorful invitation features a decorative Easter egg surrounded by textured paper. In the center, the egg is adorned with bright flowers and hand-lettering. Personalize the text to say Easter Greetings or Easter Wishes to send a sweet card instead of an invitation. Choose from several color palettes with yellow, lavender, or green backgrounds.

7. Easter Wishes Card

Easter Wishes cards from Greenvelope

Design: Paper Raven Co.

Send Easter Wishes with this beautiful photo card. On one side, share your favorite vertical family photo — just make sure no one’s giving bunny ears! To the left, hand-illustrated flowers, new leaves, buds, and butterflies accompany hand-lettered script. Choose from a pink, peach, or lavender color palette, and don’t forget the matching striped envelope liner for a luxe touch.

8. Vibrant Wreath Invitation

Vibrant Wreath Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Mansi Verma Design

Who says hot pink can’t be festive for spring? Saturated pink tones make a beautiful hand-drawn floral wreath on this colorful card, complete with textured cardstock. Inside the vibrant wreath, find room for your greeting or invitation in simple classic fonts below a bright script. Not a fan of pink? You can also opt for bright green, peach, or purple.

9. Floral Duo Invitation

Floral Duo Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Laura Bolter Design

A simple floral watercolor illustration wears bright hues on this springtime greeting. Flowers, berries, and greens are positioned next to statement calligraphy text in vibrant pink and green. Below, simple all-caps text holds your party details or Easter greeting. You can also opt for a peach, soft pink, or purple and green colorway.

Easter Egg Hunt Invitations

What better way to say Happy Easter than by inviting all of your loved ones over for an Easter egg hunt and brunch? These whimsical invitations are perfect for kid-friendly affairs. Of course, plenty of room for your party details lets you send a messages to the adults as well. Perhaps mimosas will be served? May the best bunny win!

10. Spring Bunnies Invitation

Spring Bunnies Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Mint Parcel

This sweet card features graphic rainbow tulips and two cute Easter bunnies. To the right, playful text announces the occasion, accompanied by a simple font for all of your event details. A cute bunny card is perfect for your Easter occasion, or it can double as a kid’s spring birthday card or party invite.

11. Painted Egg Invitation

Painted Egg Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Mint Parcel

Your Easter basket just got a whole lot prettier! This die-cut illustration makes the perfect invitation for an egg painting party or Easter egg hunt. In the center, your party details are included in a mix of simple fonts.

12. Egg Hunt Invitation

Egg Hunt Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Signature Greenvelope

This sweet Egg hunt invitation has it all. At the top, a trio of painted eggs wear springtime hues. Below, a mix of whimsical text announces the occasion, time, and place, decorated with an accent ribbon and tiny carrot illustration. Choose from this sweet purple or yellow, peach, or green color palettes.

13. Cheery Egg Hunt Invitation

Cherry Egg Hunt Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Rebecca Durflinger Design

A giant Easter egg illustration sits in springtime grass and daffodils on this festive invitation. Hand lettering is in soft pastel colors atop the egg, and simple text below features the rest of your event details.

14. Ombre Egg Hunt Invitation

Ombre Egg Hunt Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Loree Mayer Design

This hand-lettered invitation was designed specifically for your annual Easter egg hunt and brunch. Custom calligraphy text features a festive rainbow of springlike hues. Below, classic text includes the time and place, and reminds guests to BYOB — Bring Your Own Basket.

15. Bright Spring Florals Invitation

Bright Spring Florals Easter cards from Greenvelope

Design: Olive and Me

If bunnies and eggs aren’t your aesthetic, opt for this simple spring invitation. Cute, colorful flowers form a sweet wreath surrounding all of your special event information. The square shape is perfectly paired with a bright envelope. Choose from a red, lavender, or blue color palette.

Easter Cards for All Your Peeps

You’ve finally taken down the holiday cards and Valentine’s Day has come and gone. It’s been a long winter, but spring is finally here — along with the Easter holiday. Share your Easter greetings this year with a sweet, customizable ecard. Or host a festive Easter brunch and egg hunt for all your friends.

Whatever you choose, there are plenty of Easter cards to match your spring fling, spanning brightly colored designs to subdued, low-key hues. It only takes a few clicks to send them off, and you’ll be back to eating chocolate bunnies in no time.