These free Harry Potter party printables and fonts are an easy and inexpensive way to add the details to your theme that will make it the best Harry Potter party ever.
When I hosted my Harry Potter party for Halloween, I added a lot of fun details with simple printables, like the “Free a House Elf” sign, the Honeydukes candy labels, and the Harry Potter house crests that I pinned to the runners on my Hogwarts great hall tables.
Since printables are free and really easy to make, they are high on my list of great party decorations 🙂
You’ll find pictures of all the ones I created (as well as the instructions on how to get them) below.
In case you want to make your own Harry Potter printables, I also provided the links for the fonts I used so you have them all in one place when you need them.
Pictures of the printables
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These are all the printables that I used for my party and are available in our members-only resource library.
The hats & brooms sign.
I also made a coat check sign that I didn’t end up using for my party so I don’t have a picture of it. But I included it in the printable files in case you want it.
The invisibility cloaks sign
I hung the invisibility cloaks sign above an empty coat rack.
The “Free a House Elf, Donate Single Socks HERE” sign.
This one went on a shelf with a single sock tacked onto the shelf back beside it.
The “Third floor corridor out of bounds” sign
I hung up curtains across the hallway where I didn’t want people to go. And then posted this sign to prevent people from going into the off-limits areas of my house.
The Hogwarts house crest printables
I pinned the printed version of the house crests onto the table runners on my Great Hall tables.
But you could also cut them out and glue them onto felt banners if you want to hang them on your walls.
I taped the Honeydukes sign on the wall above the candy buffet with a fake flame underneath it.
Honeydukes candy labels
Then printed Honeydukes candy labels to identify each of the options on my candy bar.
There are some pre-printed labels as well as some blank ones in case you want to make your own.
How do I get them?
If you’re already a member, you can find the password at the bottom of any of our emails.
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Harry Potter fonts
In case you want to make your own signs, here are the two best Harry Potter fonts that I found:
- Parry Hotter – this is the font I used to make the signs like Invisible Cloaks and the third floor out of bounds sign
- Lumos – this is the font from the Honeyduke’s signs