Divi includes a pre-built contact form module that includes features such as radio buttons, checkboxes, dropdowns, and conditional logic. It’s a great choice for building simple contact forms, and sometimes even more complex ones, but what if you want to do take your Divi contact forms even further? Fortunately, there are lots of great form plugins available that work great with Divi!

In this article, we’ll take a look at best form plugins for Divi and WordPress. These plugins offer practically any feature you need. They’re in no particular order.

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Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms is another highly favored forms plugin. It includes an intuitive form builder, all of the expected fields, conditional logic, builds multi-page forms, allows you to limit entries, and lots more. You can even schedule when a field will go live. It’s highly customizable and easy to use. There are lots of add-ons available such as payment gateways, newsletter providers, and offline storage.

Price: $59 | More Information

Gravity Divi

Gravity Divi is the most popular custom form module for Divi. It allows you to create attractive forms quickly and easily. By default, your forms will match Divi’s styling, or you can use the built-in customizer settings to create your own unique style. All of the basic functionality you would expect is built in. Some additional features include showing and hiding the title and description, enabling AJAX, adding the optional tab-index attribute, and more. Gravity Divi is so easy to use that it makes it a great choice for beginners, and for those who also want to have programmatic functionality of Gravity Forms. It should be noted that Gravity Divi requires Gravity Forms to function.

Price: Starts at $14.99 | More Information

Contact Form 7

Contact Form 7 is the most popular forms plugin for WordPress. It allows you to create and manage multiple contact forms and customize them with markup. It includes all of the expected fields and supports AJAX submissions, spam filtering through Akismet and CAPTCHA, and more. It even has a quiz feature. It is highly compatible with other plugins. It uses HTML in order to create the forms, so it might not be the best choice for beginners.

Price: Free | More Information

Ninja Forms

Ninja Forms lets you build forms using a drag-and-drop interface. The basic fields are included but advanced features such as conditional logic require an add-on. Build unlimited forms, set fields as required, correct formatting, modify fields, provide success messages, etc. It includes AJAX submissions, several anti-spam options, and more. The ease of use makes this one is a great choice for beginners and the ability to customize with HTML makes it a great choice for developers.

Price: $99 | More Information


Formidable has a free version to create forms with a drag-and-drop interface. Customize them with the built-in CSS classes or create your own. Forms can be single or multi-column. Spam is handled through reCAPTCHA and Akismet integration. To get the best it can offer you’ll need the Pro version which adds lots of new fields, conditional logic, multi-page forms, email routing, calculations, BootStrap styling, front-end editing, and lots more. You can even create posts, pages, and custom post types from front-end forms. It can be expanded further through add-ons.

Price: $99 | More Information


WPForms is a lite plugin with a drag-and-drop contact form builder that’s easy to learn and use. It includes all of the basic fields. If you want advanced features you’ll need the Pro version. It includes lots of templates to get you started and you can customize it with HTML and CSS. Spam protection is provided through CAPTCHA and honeypot, and you can create custom CAPTCHA’s. Build multi-page forms, allow for file uploads, integrate with newsletters and payment gateways, use conditional logic, and display geolocation information. It includes an entry management system.

Price: $39 | More Information

Caldera Forms

Caldera Forms is easy to use and includes a drag-and-drop form builder with all of the standard fields. It includes three templates, a rating system, color pickers, AJAX, and even includes conditional logic and submission redirects. Design with single and multiple columns, and create forms with multiple pages. It includes spam protection using honeypot. It probably has the most features in a free plugin. There are several add-ons available to integrate your forms with newsletters, payment gateways, add custom fields, and lots more.

Price: Free | More Information


One of the many features that Jetpack includes is a contact form. Simply enable Jetpack and a new button is added to your WordPress Classic editor or a block to your Gutenberg editor, allowing you to design and add a form anywhere you want within your pages and posts. You can edit the email address for where it’s sent, the subject, and all of the fields. It integrates with Akismet to filter for spam. The forms are simple and easy to use, making them a great choice for a professional form without a lot of extras to get in the way. This is especially helpful if you already use Jetpack as it’s enabled by default so you already have access to it.

Price: Free | More Information

Quick Divi Contact Form Tips

This week we’d like like to share a post by Andrej – he wrote a great guide about how to customize your Divi contact form success message. Check it out here if it sounds like something you’d like.

If you’d like some free Divi page layouts designed for contact forms, see our article 5 Free Divi Contact Page Layouts right here in the Divi Cake blog.

Ending Thoughts

Divi has a good basic contact form module, but sometimes you need more features for your visitors to interact with, and sometimes you need more than a contact form. This makes using third-party forms essential. There are so many choices available that it can be difficult knowing what to choose. The plugins in this article are some of the best available and work great with Divi. Any of them will work great for almost any form you need.

We’d like to hear from you. What’s your favorite form to use with Divi? Let us know in the comments.

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