Print Event Flyers With the Best Online Templates
Anytime there’s an event coming up, you can always turn to event flyer printing to spread the word to everyone. Create flyers for an event to let everyone know all the details. Tell them when to come, what to wear, who’s performing, and where to go. Event flyers can be made for different events including trade shows.
Use flyers to announce school activities, company events, or organization announcements.
You can be your own event flyer maker with our Online Design Tool. With it, anyone can make flyers from scratch, even those without any graphic design experience.
A Wide Array of Paper and Cardstock Choices
Select the best paper or cardstock that will capture the look and feel of your event:
70 lb. Paper
- A thin but durable paper that’s easy to hand out and keep
- Comes uncoated on both sides, which can be written on with any pen, pencil, orand permanent marker
80 lb. Paper
- Carries a slightly heavier weight and thickness than the 70 lb. paper
- Easy to fold, hand out, and keep
- Comes with shiny, gloss coating on both sides
100 lb. Paper
- Has the same thickness, texture, and rigidity as premium magazine paper
- The thickest paper stock but is easy to hand out and fold for storage
- Choose from elegant matte, shiny gloss, or extra shiny high gloss UV coating
- Highly recommended for sending out in the mail
10 pt. Cardstock
- A durable and lightweight cardstock that’s easy to carry around and hand out
- Comes in subdued, elegant matte coating, vivid-colored gloss, or extra shiny high gloss UV coating
14 pt. Cardstock
- A sturdy cardstock that does not easily bend
- Available in several protective coatings: shiny gloss or a muted and elegant matte on both sides.
- Add an extra reflective high gloss UV on each side or complement it with an uncoated back.
- Also comes in an uncoated surface on both sides for writability; gives your flyer a luxurious look
16 pt. Cardstock
- Has a slightly heavier weight and thickness compared to the 14 pt. cardstock
- Additional rigidity protects it from creases
- Comes in two protective coatings: the high-reflective, vivid-detailed gloss or the subdued and muted matte on both sides.
Make Your Own Custom Event Flyers
Having control over what your event flyer would look like is important. Here you have control over how thin or how thick your flyer would be. You also have your choice of finish: matte or gloss.
You can print up to 100,000 flyers and have them ready for shipping the next day. You can even pick them up from any of our locations.
Looking for ideas on where to hang flyers? Here are some great places for flyer distribution.
1. Hang flyers in bus stops.
One of the best places to hang flyers is where people frequently go and stand idle, such as waiting for a ride. A bus stop is the ideal place to hang flyers for several reasons.
First, you’re sure that you have an audience there, since a lot of people commute. Second, while waiting for a bus, people can be drawn to a lot of things, such as reading advertisements on bus stop walls and flyers on bulletin boards. Third, you can take advantage of certain demographics that use the bus stops, especially useful for small and medium businesses.
2. Ask permission to put flyers on school bulletin boards.
Where to hang flyers next? Try school bulletin boards. Especially if your target audience are children or parents, distributing them within schools makes sense.
Ask permission from school officials to put your flyers on bulletin boards. You can even partner with the school cafeteria to place your flyers on the cashier's table where they are accessible to students.
3. Place flyers at checkout counters and reception areas.
For small businesses with physical counters, you can place your flyers at checkout counters. I'm sure you yourself have experienced boredom while waiting in line. Customers will be compelled to pick up a flyer from your counter to read.
A great flyer content idea for this placement is additional information on your products and services, especially if you do custom work.
4. Put flyers on community bulletin boards.
In some cities, there are designated places where you can put your flyers. Community bulletin boards, usually in your local Chamber of Commerce or in some local groceries and community organizations. In some cities, you can post your flyers on light poles.
Attach a couple of flyers so people can take them home.
5. Leave flyers in laundromats.
Similar to bus stops and checkout counters, another place where people wait for quite a bit of time are laundromats. People wait for their laundry to finish so they will be naturally drawn to things to read inside the facility. Ask at the laundromats in your area if there is a bulletin board where you can hang your flyers.