Honor a loved one’s life and express your support with a heartfelt sympathy card.
Create a comforting condolence card
Send a message of love and support to someone you care about. Our beautiful templates help you share your thoughts and prayers in personal bereavement cards. For anyone who has lost a loved one, whether a grandparent, friend, fallen soldier, beloved pet or someone else, Smilebox condolence cards are a meaningful way to honor their legacy.Try it now
Choose a condolence card template
Make a caring sympathy card
Give them strength with a bereavement card
Writing bereavement cards can be an emotional process. To help make a hard time a little easier, we offer a collection of ready-to-customize “sorry for your loss” cards.
Simply choose a card template that feels right, use our words or your own, add a photo if you wish, and share it with the family.
How to create a sympathy card:
Choose a sympathy card template
Browse our offering of free online bereavement templates. Pick one you like, and click “Personalize”.
Add photos, if desired
If you would like to include a photo in your sympathy card, you may easily upload images from your phone, computer, Facebook or Instagram. You may also choose existing photos in your Smilebox gallery.
Include a personal touch
Write a heartfelt message expressing your condolences over their loss. You can customize the colors, background and music as well. Choose a song from our music library, or upload your own.
Click “Preview and Share” to make sure your card looks perfect. Then easily share it with loved ones over email, social media, text message and more. You can also print it to mail them or give in person.
Sympathy cards for pets
The death of a dog, cat or other beloved pet can be devastating to their owner. Show that you’re thinking about them with a heartfelt condolence card for pets. Make it extra special with a photo of their furry friend, a favorite memory, or nostalgic anecdote about the animal.
Add the right message to your sympathy greeting card
Finding the right words to write in a sympathy message can be a challenge. You can go with something generic like “May he/she rest in peace”, or a religious phrase like “I pray that God comforts you during this time of loss.” If you were close to the person who passed, you can share favorite memories or thoughts about them. You can also include practical information such as whether you’ll be attending the funeral, memorial, or coming to visit them another time. What’s important is simply letting them know they are in your thoughts, and you are there for them.
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Add photos, captions, colors and animations with ease.
All your photos are safely stored and backed up.
Choose from our vast collection of tunes, or upload your own songs.
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