Kimberly Mak

Designer | Piktochart

‘Tis the season for parties and presentations. The holidays are here, and along with them come opportunities to use Piktochart to create the perfect holiday marketing visuals to accompany your year-end parties, Christmas celebrations, and your holiday cards.

We’ve asked Kimberly, one of our amazing designers, to pick some templates and color palettes that are suited for the season, and we hope they inspire you to create some outstanding marketing visuals that will impress your coworkers and clients.


Deck the Halls with Data

This template is particularly handy for chart-driven visuals. It’s great for a year-end summary of your stats without becoming too overwhelming for your audience. If you have a thing for data and charts, thanks to our awesome developers at Piktochart, we’ll have you spoiled with choices on your chart selections. Click on Piktochart’s tool box to reveal more than a dozen types of charts to transform your data!

Here’s a Pikto Tip: You can decorate your charts with holiday icons!

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Auld Lang Syne Me Up

This poster template could be used in many ways. Add a timeline to showcase your road map or a calendar full of accomplishments. Or use it to plan out your North Star metrics for the next year. No matter what you decide to present, this template will make it memorable.

Additional examples:

Christmas Time is Here… Just in Time!

Just because it’s the holiday season doesn’t mean that work is over! This template is great for summarizing your weekly marketing team updates. It’s ideal for sharing highlights and progress updates from your team. Your visual should be short and sweet, and most importantly, it should act as a supporting element in your presentation.

All We Want for Christmas is More Followers

Social media statistics and numbers doesn’t have to be boring, nor do they have to be complicated. Regardless of the type of business you’re in, your presence on social media is essential. We hope this template inspires you to keep it simple and concise (and also a little festive). Give it a try and let us know what you think in the comments.

Not-So-Silent Night

This template is perfect to use for your christmas gathering party. Just insert all your party details and send an email blast with the poster link to your colleagues. Then kick back and enjoy the party! With those adorable minimalist Christmas icons, it’s hard not to find a way to use this template!

Christmas (Card) Time is Here

Sending out holiday card goes a long way, it’s expresses your appreciation with the clients.

This template is easy to use, though I would recommend leaving your company logo in the visual. Here’s an example on how we can transform this template to making it more business-friendly.

It Came Upon an Email Clear

This template works amazingly as an e-card. It has the perfect layout to place a group photo of your team or even a funny Christmas GIF in the photo frame. Just don’t expect it to animate if you print it. Maybe we’ll have that technology by next Christmas.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed PM

If you work in retail, especially during the holiday season, you’ll know it’s all hands on deck during this time of the year. Everyone is working to getting those sales numbers up. Spreading the Christmas joy within your team with this template. It’s perfect for expressing your appreciation to your hard working colleagues and teammates.

Color Palette Suggestions:

Here are some inspiration to work some Christmas vibes in the marketing visuals of yours. Clicking (or pressing) on each palette will take you straight to the template on Coolors, our favorite site for choosing a color palette.

Warm and Cozy

This set of colors is a perfect combination of warmth and cozyness. It’s the perfect aesthetic element to warm up your audience. For an additional plus, add these to a fireplace setting.

Silent Night

These blue tones complements the Christmas spirit and helps set the wintery tones of your design.

Gingerbread and Icing

Engage with your audience with these vibrant christmas tones! Christmas comes once a year, so it’s time to go all out, starting with your colors.

Pastel Christmas

If “soft warm winter” was a real thing, these pastel tones would do the trick.Try out this set of Pastel Christmas colors.

We hope you found some guidance and inspiration in this guide to holiday-themed marketing visuals. From all of us here at Piktochart, have a merry Christmas, a happy New Year, and a joyous holiday season!