Gratitude is a great personal and social practice that’s been scientifically proven effective. And as November 22nd is fast approaching, we’ve decided to come up with a handy collection of pretty Thanksgiving designs that will help you give thanks to all your favorite people and announce any marketing campaigns you might be having. Check out our collection below and use the designs for your own creations!
But before we get started, a quick heads-up – we might have resized a bunch of these to make them look more uniform for the purposes of this post. So don’t be too surprised if you go on to edit one of the templates and it’s not in the Facebook post format that we used for the many of the designs featured in this post.
Our first design is a nice template to acknowledge Thanksgiving on your brand social media or blog. It would work excellently with a copy along the lines of, “Hey, guys, it’s been great having you as part of our page throughout the year – thank you all so much for being a part of Betty Jewelry family, appreciating our designs and work, and supporting our small, female-run business! We are grateful for each and every one of you. Hope you have a lovely celebration!” Pepper copy with smileys to taste;)
Use a template below as a blog title image for your themed Thanksgiving articles. It’s subtle visuals and minimal design elements will fit flawlessly into a more business-like environment of a business blog or website:
A sprinkle of colorful leaves, nuts and berries in this template is perfect for pieces with minimum copy and will fit virtually any blog or feed theme, given you adjust the font:
To create a fun, carefree vibe or make a joke, go for animation. Here’s a cute animated template to use for that purpose:
And let’s think of a few more copy ideas for it:
- It’s Thanksgiving, baby. Go big *and* go home!
- Gobble, gobble like
- When you’re too full to move but need a walk
Next, let’s spotlight one of the most celebrated parts of Thanksgiving. Go all out on the turkey for designs that will be used in a food-related context:
Let’s imagine this is a Facebook post we want to make about an article on our blog:
“Undecided about your Thanksgiving decor? When it come to Turkey Day, your table setting is everything – browse our 20 stunning ideas for your table decor for the holiday. They are really easy to replicate and will cost your under 100 bucks each!”
Use this classic card design to include a small note of appreciation for some of your favorite people:
Use cartoonish templates to create less serious holiday posts and announcements:
Run pre-holiday ads in style:
If you aren’t a fan of Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales and want to offer discounts timed with Thanksgiving – try a themed template like the one below: