Choose from our quick turnaround digital envelopes, with the ability to merge your mailing list and variable data in one convenient step, or our cost effective offset printing options.
- Choose up to 1000 Envelopes
- Larger digital runs require a quote, or try our Offset Envelope options
Business Envelope sizes:
- #10 Standard business size (4.125" x 9.5")
- 6 3/4 Remittance (large flap)
- 6 3/4 Standard (small flap)
Invitation Envelope sizes:
- A9 (8.75" x 5.75")
- A7 (5.25" x 7.25")
- A2 (5.75" x 4.325")
- Business envelopes are a standard 24# stock
- Invitation envelopes are a premium 60# stock
- Black one sided (1/0)
- Full color on one side (4/0)
- Full color front, black back (4/1)
- Black on both sides (1/1)
1) Choose your Product
Fill out the product details: project title, quantity, paper stock, color details, proof requirements and let us know the state of your artwork design, see File Setup for more information. Proceed to File Upload area to upload your files.
2) Upload files
After you upload the files please click on the Continue button to add the product into the shopping cart. Choose the turnaround time and proceed to checkout.
Select your payment method and delivery method. Click Continue to review your order. Click on Submit to finish. If Credit Card payment was selected, your card will be charged and we will email you your invoice immediately.
*Please follow these file setup instructions:
Color Space: CMYK using GRACoL color Profiles
Please check your artwork against these templates:
A2 • A7 • A9 • #9 • #10 • 6 3/4 • 6 3/4 Remittance
Here are some of our Frequently Asked Questions:
- Do you offer mailing services?
Yes. We can custom print your variable data addresses from your mailing list, stuff, seal, stamp and mail your job. We don't offer bulk rate mailing rates at this time.
- What is the main difference between digital and offset envelopes?
Digital envelopes are pre-made, we can print on the front or on the flap, but not near the edge (to bleed).
Offset envelopes are printed flat, then die cut and then "converted" (folded and glued) into an envelope, this allows for full-color, full-bleed printing on the entire outside of the envelope