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Facebook Event Banner Size Guide | Templates & Design Ideas

Check out the current Facebook event banner size and get inspired by our editable design templates. Use our tips and tricks to create stunning cover images for your next event.

Facebook events help you to spread the word and increase brand awareness. They’re a free and simple way to get in touch with your target audience and have all information ready for them in one place.

As you keep creating and hosting successful events, your followers will start inviting their friends. This is a great opportunity to make your brand memorable through your visuals by using your logo, brand color palette, and fonts. 

But there’s more to Facebook events than ensuring a recognizable brand image. We’ve gathered best practices and design ideas to help you stand out from the millions of events created on the social media platform every day.

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What is a Facebook Event Banner?

Similar to the cover image on your Facebook profile, a Facebook event banner is a cover photo for your event page. It should be a striking image that makes your invitees curious and leads them to read more details about your event.

Your Facebook event banner displays in different sizes across the social media platform, so make sure it stands out in both smaller and larger sizes. Your banner shows as a thumbnail in upcoming events, in full size on the event page itself, and scales down to minimum dimensions in user’s feeds.

Similar to the cover image on your Facebook profile, a Facebook event banner is a cover photo for your event page. It should be a striking image that makes your invitees curious and leads them to read more details about your event.

Your Facebook event banner displays in different sizes across the social media platform, so make sure it stands out in both smaller and larger sizes. Your banner shows as a thumbnail in upcoming events, in full size on the event page itself, and scales down to minimum dimensions in user’s feeds.

Facebook Event Banner Size Guide

The current Facebook event banner photo size is x pixels with an aspect ratio of Create your designs with these dimensions in mind to avoid blurry or cropped banners. 

In feeds, Facebook scales down images to the minimum dimensions of x pixels. Make sure the most important elements of your image are large enough and centered to work for different sizes.

When it comes to saving your design, PNG is the format you want to go for to ensure high quality. Check dimensions before uploading your event banner, as you can’t adjust the size after adding it to the event.

Design Ideas for Your Facebook Event

Personalize Your Facebook Event Cover with Relevant Images

Use a previous event photo to create a compelling image for your Facebook event. Get inspired by photos from similar previous events and show off how much your audience enjoyed them.

Our editable design is engaging using an image from a previous birthday party as an example. Upload your own photos in Design Wizard and replace the image in the template. To further customize your event cover, change the title, date, and location. 

For businesses, using photos of your team or attendees at previous events creates a more personal connection. While looking at past events, get ideas from banners that previously worked well for you and recycle elements for your new design.

If you’re working on recurring events, create a unified look by working within the same composition and color scheme. Keep it in line with your brand’s visual language by adding your logo and making sure you’re applying fonts and colors according to brand guidelines. 

Create Simple but Unique Designs

Add the name and slogan of your event to your banner to keep the text on your design brief and to the point. In our downloadable template, we kept focused on the title to let the Facebook audience know what the event is about instantly, as they scroll through their feeds. The icon, colors, and text complement each other for a clear and eye-catching design.

This method works particularly well for events that have a straightforward title and don’t need more explanation. A simple title can also mean that your event is one of many similar ones. This makes it harder to stand out but creates an opportunity to think outside the box and explore your unique design ideas. 

Keep your target audience engaged by adjusting a few elements of your design and test which composition got the widest reach. Check your Insights on your past event pages and see what worked well to create new and attractive visuals.

Keep Your Facebook Cover Clutter-Free

As your event banner has to grab attention in full size as well as in the smaller thumbnail and news feed dimensions, it’s important to keep your design free of overwhelming visual information. 

Use an image that clearly shows the main purpose of your event. In our editable template, the banner photo is instantly recognizable as a sports or gym event. The title and subheading are positioned to not be intrusive. For a professional look, we kept colors in line with the image and to a minimum.

Keeping to the principle of less is more is crucial to not overwhelm your audience, as they scan Facebook for new events. As the focus is on the image, make sure you’re using high-quality visuals. 

If you don’t have the resources to get professional photos, consider customizing royalty-free images to suit your event. Search the vast Design Wizard library while editing our template or check out more stunning stock photos on PikWizard.

Spruce Up Your Facebook Event Photo with Distinctive Branding

When you get into designing multiple banners for your events, think about how you can make them more recognizable. Applying brand colors, fonts, and your logo helps to design uniform but also unique event cover designs. 

While certain elements stay the same for your target audience to recognize your brand, you can change others according to the different events you’re hosting to craft eye-catching designs. 

In Design Wizard, you can apply these changes easily with just a few clicks. Open one of our editable templates and upload your logo, brand colors, and fonts. Add your own images and drag and drop them on the canvas to see how they look. Experiment and reposition until you’re happy to save your customized template in My Designs to reuse and adjust for upcoming events.

Vary Your Banners for Recurring Events

Particularly for recurring events, it can be tempting to use the same banner every time. Doing so may risk your audience getting too used to the image and scrolling past it. On a social media platform like Facebook, it’s important to keep coming up with new ideas for promotion for both posts and event pages. Even if the event you’re promoting happens every week or month.

You can reuse images from past events but try to vary your banners every so often to keep them interesting and grab the attention of regular as well as new attendees. The only parts of your design that should stay the same are branded elements.

In our downloadable design for a community event, you can replace the photos of volunteers with new ones for each event. If it’s recurring, you’ll never be short of new images. If you think it’s time to change the entire design, browse the Design Wizard library of templates to quickly create a new one.

How to Create a Facebook Event and Add Your Banner

Step 1: Log in to Your Facebook Business Page and Create a New Event

 

Go to facebook.com and enter your email address and password. Click Log in. On your business page, select Events in the menu on the left. In the Events window, click Create New Event.

Screenshot of Events Facebook page with &#;Create new event&#; button highlighted with a red rectangle

Step 2: Select Whether Your Event is Online or In Person

 

If you’re hosting your event online, click Online. If you’re preparing your in-person event at a physical location, click In Person.

Screenshot of Online and In Person Event options

Step 3: Enter More Details for Your Online Event

 

If you selected Online, select the Event Type you’re going for. Depending on the goal of your event, this can be either General or a Class. In the next step, select whether your event is Free or Paid. This is not required if you select In Person.

Online event options - &#;general&#; and &#;class&#; which leads on to pricing details

Step 4: Enter Your Event Details for Your Online or In-person Event

 

If you selected In Person, you can enter your event details straight away. For online events, select the Event Type and Event Admission before you get to the Event Details page. 

Enter your Event Name, Start Date and Time, and End Date and Time. Select the type of Privacy for your event. Your options are Private, Public, Friends, and Group.

Screenshot of in person blank event details
Screenshot of event details and privacy settings highlighted in red

Step 5: Enter a Location, Description, and Add Additional Details

 

Enter the Location for your event and write an enticing description in the Description field. Under Additional Details, click Upload Cover Photo. In your Explorer, select your event banner and click Upload.

Combination of three screenshots of additional information to add to your event - location, description and the event cover image

Step 6: Adjust Your Banner and Complete the Event Setup

 

Select the Desktop or Mobile icon on the top right to see what your banner looks like in both formats. If you need to adjust your event cover photo, click Drag to Reposition to move it into the correct position. To launch your event page, click Create Event.

Screenshot of the party event with edited text and uploaded cover photo. &#;Create event&#; button highlighted with red box

Using Facebook events is a cost-effective and easy way to promote events or webinars for your business. To stand out among the millions of events posted every day and increase brand awareness, use our customizable Design Wizard templates to create eye-catching banners. 

If you’re looking for more inspiration and design ideas, check out our free e-book and learn how to use creative ideas to increase sales.

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An Austrian living in Ireland, Lizzie loves exploring Irish folklore and storytelling and weaving the wisdom of stories into her writing and life.

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How To Create Custom Facebook Event Covers

When it comes to spreading the news of your upcoming event, times have changed. Gone are the days of calling around your circle of friends or posting a classified advertisement. Instead, you can just create a Facebook Event, send a mass invite to all of the people liking your business page or invite a small, private guest list. Voila! Job done.

Whether you’re organizing a grand opening for your business, a market stall for your side hustle, or a surprise party for a friend, organizing and responding to gatherings through Facebook Events is the way to go. But what about that all-important header image? How can you get the sizing and design on-point so that it captures everyone’s attention?

Facebook Event Cover Templates by BeFunky

Thankfully, the new Facebook Event Cover templates in BeFunky's Graphic Designer are here to help. They’re pre-designed to perfection and all it takes to customize them is your imagination and our easy-to-use design tools. Keep reading to find out how!

Types of Facebook Events

Did you know once you've created a Facebook Event, you can no longer change its privacy settings? This is why it’s super important to first decide what type of event you’ll be posting – either one with an ‘open invite’ policy, or a private shindig with an ‘invite-only’ rule. If it sounds a little confusing, don’t fret. We break down each type of Facebook Event below!

Open Invite: If you’re hosting an event where you want to invite the masses (i.e a grand opening, album release party, film festival, etc.), then this calls for a public Facebook Event. Additionally, anyone will be able to see your event and search for it, even if you aren't friends. Open invite (or public) events are most commonly created by businesses or organizations as a way to market their event to the public and increase attendance.

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Private: If you’ve ever organized a small gathering on behalf of yourself, a friend, or a family member (i.e. a birthday party, spring picnic, housewarming celebration, or engagement party), then chances are you may have created a private Facebook Event. This allows you to specifically choose who you want to invite to your event and only invited guests will be able to see your event’s details, photos, and guest list. 

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Once you have an idea of what type of Facebook Event you want to organize, it’s time for the fun part – creating your Facebook Event cover graphic!

How To Create Facebook Event Cover Graphics

To get started, head to BeFunky’s Graphic Designer and choose your desired Facebook Event Cover template. You’ll find these in the Templates tab of the main menu on the left. Click Search Templates to access the Template Library. 

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Once you’re in the Template Library, you’ll find Facebook Event Covers underneath the Social Media category in the menu on the left. Browse through the Facebook Event Cover templates until you find the perfect one and notice that when you click on any template, you get a zoomed in preview. Choose the Select Template button to load it onto your canvas and begin customizing.

editable Facebook Event Cover templates by BeFunky

The first thing you’ll want to do with your new template is to swap the images out for ones tailored to your own event. You can do this in two ways:

Click on the image, then select Replace from the Image Properties toolbar that appears. This allows you to directly replace the template’s existing image with an image from your Computer.

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Alternatively, you can open the Image Manager tab in the menu on the left to upload a new image from your Computer, BeFunky, Facebook, or from our extensive Stock Images Library. To access the Stock Images Library, click on the Search Stock Images button. Enter your search term (i.e. ‘plants’) into the search box at the top left and click on the images you wish to use.

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They’ll be added to your collection as thumbnails in the Image Manager that you can drag-and-drop to replace any image on your design template.

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Next, you might want to change the existing text in your template to better reflect your Facebook Event. To alter elements such as Font, Font Size, Font Color, Spacing, Alignment, and more, click on the text box once. You’ll see a Text Properties toolbar appears containing a number of different customization options. To customize what the text says, just double-click it with your mouse and type what you want.

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Once you’re happy with your text, it’s time to focus on your template’s existing design elements or add in some more. To delete any elements you don’t wish to keep, select them with your mouse and hit Delete on your keyboard. Alternatively, you can use your mouse to drag the element into a new position.

To insert a new graphic more suited to your Facebook Event, navigate to Design Elements tab (the heart symbol) in the main menu on the left. From here, you can choose from a selection of basic shapes or click Search Graphics to explore our entire library of graphics covering a wide array of themes.

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If you wish to change the color of any graphic, just click on it then select Color Overlay from the Graphic Properties toolbar that appears. You can use the Color Chart to select a new color, or type the Color HEX Code into the provided space if you have a specific hue in mind. You can also select an existing color in your design by using the Eye Dropper Tool.

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Once you’re happy with your customized Facebook Event Cover template, it’s time to save your design so it’s ready to upload! Click Save at the top to save your work to your Computer, as well as Facebook, Dropbox, and more!

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If you want to come back to your project at a later date (i.e. to use your design for another event), then we also recommend the Save as Project option (which lets you save it as an editable BeFunky Project file to your BeFunky account or Computer).

Final Results

Ta-da! Wasn’t that easy? You've now got a Facebook Event Cover that will attract all the right attendees!

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Ready to get the party started? Now that your Facebook Event Cover is on-point, it’s time to create the Facebook Event, provide all of the details, choose your guest list, and (of course) upload your rockin’ new event cover photo. You’ll be celebrating in no time!

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By using Fotor you don’t only get access to professional pre-made Facebook cover photo templates, but there are also so many excellent design elements that are waiting for you such as backgrounds, shapes, sticks, and fonts. You can change the background with your own photos, add text, and include stickers onto your design. All these features will help you explore your creativity and create an amazing visual look for free.

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  • Modify and design, customize by choosing texts, fonts, stickers, patterns, textures, and background designs. Remember to manage your overlays to maximize your cover's visual impact.
  • Save your Facebook cover, then choose the format and size that you need. You also can share it on your social media directly.
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What is the size of Facebook cover photos?

For computer and desktop, the ideal cover photo is pixels wide by pixels tall. For Facebook cover photo mobile, the ideal size is pixels wide by pixels tall. If you want to use a perfect single image that matches both computer and smartphone covers combined, try using an image with pixels by pixels. This is a handy way to avoid Facebook automatically adjusting your cover photos to less than the required dimensions and as a result making it blurry. Optimize your Facebook cover with the correct size. Try our Facebook cover photo creator now and forget about that worry.

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  3. “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
  4. “If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.”
  5. “Believe and act as if it were impossible to fail.”

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How to get Facebook cover photo ideas?

The Facebook cover photo is the most important part of your profile page. In order to grab people’s attention quickly, amazing Facebook cover photo ideas are very necessary. Go check out Fotor’s Facebook cover design templates and you will find loads of banner ideas for topics such as fashion, travel, food, etc. Keep searching and catch more inspiration in seconds!

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This Is the Best Facebook Event Image Size [ Update]

What's the Correct Facebook Event Image Size?

What&#;s the best Facebook event image size?

It differs from both the Fan Page and the personal profile!

Photos on the event page wall will be seen at pixels wide, up to pixels tall, depending on the shape photo you upload.

Feel free to make them bigger (but not smaller, for best results). Both myself and Facebook often recommend a pixel width.

And the event cover photo? It&#;s the easiest of all!

New Facebook Event Cover Photo Size for

Great news! The &#;New Facebook&#; redesign has not changed the aspect ratio of the Event Cover Photo.

Verified  The recommended Facebook event cover photo size is x , same as a link share. This is a ratio.

I strongly recommend you use a larger photo! I checked the display size on iPhone, iPad and desktop, in both the Event and the linked Group.

Four of these six display at greater than pixels wide on retina display. Friends, you don&#;t want Facebook stretching your beautiful Event Cover Photo.

I recommend pixels wide by  pixels tall. This is  aspect ratio.

I tested 3 different event cover photos and found that the mobile cropping varied between them. Thus, you&#;re better off to start with a cover photo that fits perfectly on desktop.

Here&#;s one example of how Facebook cropped the mobile from the desktop Event Cover Photo:

Facebook crop of mobile from desktop Event Cover Photo

You&#;ll see that New Facebook adds a gradient at the top sides – this is on desktop only, and is drawn from the colors at the top of the photo. If your photo has different coloring on either side, then so will your gradient.

Weird.

Now as I mentioned, the mobile cropping can vary. Here&#;s a different example where FB cropped a little off the top instead of all off the bottom. Unfortunately that cut off a bit of the logo.

Facebook crop of mobile from desktop Event Cover Photo

So obviously you need to be careful to keep important elements away from the edges. I&#;d also recommend using more color in your image, as the gradient for the above cover photo is pretty weak.

I suggest trying to incorporate one of your brand colors in the top portion of your cover photo so you get a gradient of that, instead of a nondescript neutral color.

If you can&#;t set a specific pixel size in your design tool, look for a Facebook Link Share size. That should be , same as the optimal Event Cover Photo.

Or another option is to start with a standard shape. This is also the proportion of a video filmed with your phone held horizontally.

However, if you use the shape instead of the optimal , know that there will be a bit of cropping top and bottom on desktop (see the template farther down this article). Then you&#;re subject to even more variation in the mobile crop.

Here&#;s an example where the desktop version had some cut off the top when compared to mobile (green dotted line). This won&#;t happen if you use the correct proportion, which fits perfectly on desktop.

But if you use very little type and it&#;s placed far from the edges, this cropping won&#;t bother you.

Facebook crop of mobile from desktop Event Cover Photo

If you make your cover photo at x , you can expect approximately 60 pixels in width and 50 pixels in height cropped out when going from desktop to mobile view.

And it&#;s not necessarily centered.

Don&#;t place type or logos too close to the sides, top, and bottom! Give a little breathing room, and you&#;ll be fine.

If you do that, you don&#;t really need a Facebook event photo size template… but you can keep one as a reminder of these dimensions!

You&#;ll find one towards the end of this article to download.

Facebook retired the separate Groups App on September 1, , so we no longer need to be concerned with the weird cropping of the event header in that app.

Facebook Event Cover Photos made easy!

You don&#;t have to keep up with every change Facebook makes to event image sizes.

You don&#;t have to mess with Photoshop.

You don&#;t have to stare at a blank canvas and wonder where to find photos and fonts.

Make your FB event header the easy way – with Snappa!

  • Save time with the ideal image dimensions built-in.
  • Start with one of many professionally designed Facebook cover templates.
  • Customize templates, graphics, and text to create on-brand cover photos.
  • Access ,+ royalty-free stock photos right inside the app.
  • Add polish with customizable graphics, shapes, and text.
  • Download your cover photo as a web-optimized JPG, high-res PNG, Retina JPG, or Retina PNG.
  • Repurpose Facebook covers for other social media almost instantly.

You can toss together eye-catching Facebook Event Covers in seconds!

And in a couple clicks, your cover photo can become a perfectly-optimized:

→ Facebook Page Cover Photo

→ Facebook Event Cover Photo

→ Twitter header

→ YouTube channel art

→ Facebook ad

Or any one of a couple dozen other social media images!

Read on for details. Or jump in and try it out now!

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How to create your Facebook Event Cover Photo in Snappa

Snappa’s powerful and easy-to-use graphics builder makes it incredibly simple to create a FB Event header.

1 | Under the HEADERS section, choose the Facebook Event cover photo preset for a perfect size – automatically!

choose the Facebook Event cover photo preset

2 | Next, choose a premade Facebook Cover template (which is fully customizable), or create a cover photo from scratch.

choose a premade Facebook Cover template

The only hard part may be selecting which template to use! There are so many beautiful options, all professionally designed.

Here are just a few:

selecting which cover photo template to use

3 | With your template selection, you can upload your own image – or choose from Snappa’s library of free images.

4 | Add text, graphics, shapes, and effects to any part of the image.

All of these add-ons can be:

  • Dragged and dropped easily.
  • Defined as to the opacity you desire.
  • Placed on whichever layer you choose.

5 | Once you&#;ve tweaked everything to your liking:

  • Save.
  • Download.
  • Resize to any other image type you need!

Resize your FB cover to any other image type you need

It literally takes just a few clicks.

Try it out for free right now!

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Already have a favorite design app? Read on…

New Facebook Event Cover Photo Template

Know your way around a design app, and don&#;t want to use Snappa?

Or maybe you just want to &#;eyeball&#; your cover photo. Kinda &#;wing it.&#;

Most iPhone design apps offer a crop. There&#;s even one in your Photos app!

Horizontally-shot video is also this proportion.

This template will help if you don&#;t have software that lets you set a specific pixel size – or you&#;re using a video cover photo! You can use a standard shape, and visualize the small amount that will be cropped out.

Right-click and choose &#;Save Image As&#;&#; to download the full-size template.

Facebook Event Cover Photo Template

Instructions for using my social media templates

1. Open in Photoshop or other graphics editing program that has layers.

2. Change Image > Mode to RGB (the template is an indexed color PNG).

3. Add guidelines to match template, or use template as a translucent layer for guidance.

4. Delete template from image file when your design is done.

If your design program doesn’t have layers, you can use them for size and visual reference.

There are more social media templates in the Free Member Area.

How to upload your Facebook Event Cover Photo

Read my above suggestion that the FB-recommended size below is too small. Here are the sizes I measured as of January 2,

  • Seen in iPad group x
  • Seen in iPad event x
  • Seen on iPhone (both) x
  • Seen on desktop event x
  • Seen on desktop group x

So go larger! Nonetheless, below are Facebook&#;s own tips.

To add a cover photo or video to an event as the host:

  1. Go to the event and click Upload Photo or Video or .
    For best results, choose photos or videos that are &#; pixels (about a ratio).
    The recommended length for videos is between 30 seconds and a maximum time limit of 5 minutes.
  2. Choose your photo or video and reposition it if you like, then click Save.

Note: Keep in mind that you can&#;t edit the size of a main photo or video after it&#;s been added to an event.

If this is a public event, anyone who views the event can see its photos and videos.

Photos and videos posted on private events are only visible to people who were invited. source

More Facebook Cover Photo templates!

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You can also find constantly updated cover photo sizes with FREE templates for:

| Facebook Page Cover Photo size

| Facebook Group Cover Photo size

| Facebook Personal Profile Cover Photo size

Want more?

Check out ALL the optimal Facebook image dimensions here!

Make your Facebook Event cover photo the easy way!

Try Snappa online design tool for free!

Their templates give you the perfect size, with safe zones to ensure your beautiful design looks great on both desktop and mobile.

  • Create highly engaging images in minutes with drag-and-drop.
  • 40,+ photos and 3,+ graphics – royalty-free and licensed for commercial use.
  • Or upload your own photos into Snappa.
  • + fonts pre-loaded in Snappa.
  • Or import your own custom fonts to keep your branding intact.
  • Choose from hundreds of pre-made templates, suitable for a wide range of niches.
  • Image dimensions for social media, display ads, blogs, emails, and infographics.

Whether you&#;re a pro designer or not, it&#;s got everything you need to create captivating graphics.

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This post was originally published on October 8, , and last updated in December

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