Posting engaging content on Instagram is an art form – you need to know your audience, have the resources to produce quality pieces, and get the timing and language just right. To make the process a little easier for you, here’s a selection of cool templates for Instagram posts that can meet all kinds of your visual content needs and are very easy to customize. Browse the designs right now and and pick one that fits your theme;)
Click the edit template button under the design you like and start editing!
Template 1. Subdued palette of this yellow-grey design will be perfect for posts on a business or educational topic. The design is bordering on minimalist and is schematic enough to fit a headline or an announcement post.
Template 2. This ornate, adventurous design features whimsical thrills and invites adventure. Take a trip down roads untraveled with this wanderlust-style design:
Template 3. This white design will be suited perfectly for fashion or beauty brands. Its pale flowy imagery adds softness to otherwise cold clean lines of the text block in the middle.
Template 4. The combination of yellow and black creates a sobering, eye-popping contrast perfect for recreating the assertive and fast-paced air of a business meeting or negotiations.
Template 5. This subdued dark teal template is both cozy and techy at the same time. It’s great for creating the relaxed working atmosphere IT startups are known for.
Template 6. This dusty pink piece features a dreamy cityscape of New York with a Truman Capote quote to match – swap the text for your own, add an author text box using Texts tab, and post this romantic interpretation of urbanism to your timeline before someone else does! (In which case you can always replace the background image with your own or one from our extensive photo gallery.)
Template 7. This peek into an ambitious fashionable closet filled with of the moment delicate and extravagant pieces serves as the perfect backdrop for the transparent white rectangular color block under minimalist black headline:
Template 8. This sunny industrial template will make a great headline-style post for companies or topics dealing with storage, machinery or logistics:
Template 9. Use this yummy template to create heartwarming, tasty posts dedicated to good food, hearty laughs and great company! Substitute the backdrop image with your own or one from Crello gallery to create a poster for your food-themed event.
Template 10. This pale pink drawn template might seem childish and bubbly, but it will be a great fit for a soft, playful touch on your timeline. Pro tip: Adjust template colors as needed to match your theme.
Template 11. Who says beach vacations end along with the summer. Use this tropical design to promote your themed product or service and effortlessly relay that relaxed seaside vibe every resort strives to bring about for their customers!
Template 12. This monochrome design maintains the perfect balance of cold and soft by combining the minimal black and white palette with rounded fonts and lived-in workspace shot in the background:
Template 13. You can’t go wrong with geometry – this chill pastel-toned template is a great base for your sale or promo code post:
Template 14. Whether you are writing about a stressful commute or a romantic getaway, this travel-themed template will come in handy. This sunset hour set piece presents is dark and mysterious in a good way:
Template 15. A fan of poster-style designs? This one is a classic three-color design with minimalist details and a beautiful, eye-catching female profile serving as its focal point:
Template 16. Running social media for a hotel or another player in the hospitality industry? Check in at this reception-approved design:
Template 17. Pastels, drawings and white for a blue collar service? Don’t shy away from taking an unexpected approach with this wrench-and-screwdriver themed design:
Template 18. Go dark with this enigmatic and minimal design that was made for the beauty and fashion industries:
Template 19. Creating social media materials for education? Use this school-themed template:
Template 20. Create that wanderlust feel with this pretty ornate piece:
Template 21. This template features a monochrome look with a twist – the bold font for the headline in its very center is bright red. The piece will work for fashion, beauty or clothing-themed posts.
Template 22. Having an art exhibit? Paste your abstract piece in this simple template and have an instant Insta-poster at your disposal:
Template 23. This floral piece with a transparent pink header will complement your soft, tender messages:
Template 24. Pale pink and eggshell are a match made in heaven – use this cozy, home decor themed piece for posts about interior design or lifestyle:
Template 25. To finish off our collection of Instagram templates that are easy to customize, here’s a photography-themed piece featuring a monochrome macro shot of a flower:
Tips for faster editing
If you really want to cut your template editing time, here’s our best take on the subject:
- Select a template with similar amount of text so that you don’t have to spend time on adjusting your texts fields just right and struggling to keep the balance of the design.
- If you want to use your own background, choose a template with a similar background image so that you can easily swap the picture without ruining the coordination of template fonts, frames, color blocks and other design elements with the background image.
- When you want to use your logo, opt for a template that has the spot for the image as is, so that you don’t have to move the design elements and text boxes around in order to make the space for your logo.
- If you need to fit a lot of text on your design, go for a template that has a solid background or at least isn’t very busy and won’t visually clash with your text.
- Whenever you need to switch fonts in your design, try to maintain contrast between your selected fonts. To play it safe, pick fonts that are similar to the default ones (e.g. if the font in the template is sans serif, wide and doesn’t slant, select one that has similar characteristics).
- When adding additional design elements, like stickers, borders, lines, icons, shapes or text badges, make sure the template has enough space for them or, alternatively, remove as many default decorations as you need to make room for your new additions.
- To avoid accidentally moving or editing the items you’ve completed, use Lock function. Located in the top left corner of the central control panel of the Crello interface, the button will seal your design elements until you are ready to download your design or go back to editing them: