Order Form Templates
Use AidaForm’s online order form templates to easily collect orders with or without advance payment. Choose one of our order form examples, integrate it with a PayPal or Stripe payment gateway and start collecting secure orders online!
Are you looking for a free online order form template? No problem! The Order Cart field will help you to collect all kinds of information, including the names and quantities of the desired products, all without the necessity to pay for the order at the time of the order submission.
All of AidaForm’s order templates are mobile-friendly, easily customizable and do not require you to deal with HTML code. Simply select the template that suits your business needs and go!
Simple Online ShopMultiple order carts and payment methods
Photography Order FormCalculate the price of your photography work
Service Order FormWith a formula that calculates the cost of the service
Subscription Order FormDifferent subscription plans for one product
Subscription Form with Several ProductsCollects orders and offers discounts
Subscription Form with Gift OptionsOffers gift options for annual subscriptions
T-Shirt Order FormWith cost calculator for the t-shirt, print and delivery
T-Shirt Order Form - FREESimple form without calculations and payment collection
How to Use AidaForm’s Order Form Examples?
Frequently Asked Questions About AidaForm’s Order Form Samples
Any tips on making my website order form template meet GDPR- and DPL-Compliance?
With the new data laws that have been recently rolled out - both GDPR and DPL - you will need to ensure that your order form template meets the criteria to stay above bar with data privacy. Don’t worry. The AidaForm creates your form with the security standards expected by the most recent legislation, making sure that your forms stay safe and legal online.
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Does AidaForm give me access to free samples of order forms?
I need to export my data. Can I send my orders to other sources like Google Sheets or Excel?
Tips and Tricks For Using Order Templates
We get it. Convincing someone to make a purchase on your website can be an awkward ask. However, if you create an engaging and easy-to-use order form, you can make the sales you need while helping your customers feel cared for!
So how do you make that perfect form? Here are a few tips to consider:
Make It Short & Sweet
Here are the hard and fast stats. According to many marketing researchers, if it takes longer than 10 minutes to fill out a form, a user will quickly lose interest and often won’t finish. When a customer doesn’t finish a payment form, you don’t get paid.
Make sure to land the sale by keeping your form short and easy to fill out. When your customers find it easy to make a purchase, they are more likely to finish that impulse buy before changing their minds!
Only Include The Essentials
This is where data drives the conversation. What are the most important pieces of information that you need to gather from your customers in order to help fulfill their orders? Make sure to keep the fields on the form simple and straightforward, and include only the fields that you need.
Online customers are smart - they will quickly notice if you are trying to capture more information than is necessary to make a purchase. (Also, this will help #1 above!) Check out the AidaForm templates for examples of simple and effective forms.
Speak The Language Of The People
People are often hesitant to make big commitments, including significant purchases or large donations. In your online shop (including the payment forms), use casual language that puts people at ease and makes them feel comfortable with the order they’re about to make.
Say you’re running an online fundraiser for a local park. Instead of putting “DONATION FORM” in all caps at the top of your form, lead with a casual question like, “Can you spare $5?” or “Ready to make it real?”.
Make It Visible On Your Site
While this isn’t a design tip, it is an important element to using your order form. Don’t bury your form deep within your site. Make sure that it is easily seen and found on your website so that customers can quickly move toward a purchase. If you keep your “Buy” button in front of your customer’s eyes, you can bet that they will be more likely to click that button and make a purchase!