All About Envelopes
Envelopes come in so many styles and formats, that it would be impossible to list all of them and all the variations. Not to mention the endless variety of paper stocks, finishes, thicknesses and levels of durability. Some come with protective padding, security features and windows while others are designed for specific methods of shipping, like airmail envelopes. Below we listed the most common types to help you make the appropriate choice for your mailing project. Take your prints to the next level by creating a custom envelope. Having your identity on an envelope will make your envelope stand out, as well as carry your brand right to the customers. We can print your designs in any way, and on just about any kind of envelope.
Announcement envelopes are designed for use with matching text and cover papers. Able to have deckle-edge flaps.
Baronial envelopes are formal style envelopes with a large pointed flap. Used for invitations, announcements, greeting cards, and more.
Booklet envelopes have a side with opening allows for overall printing. Used for booklets, catalogs, folders and more.
Catalog envelopes are large envelopes used for catalogs magazines, folders, reports and more.
Coin envelopes are small envelopes used for coins, small parts, and more. Most coin envelopes are not mailable.
Commercial envelopes are standard correspondence and direct mail envelopes. Includes the standard Number 10 envelope.
Metal clasp envelopes are similar to the catalog style, but with a metal clasp allowing for multiple openings and closing..
Oversize envelopes are large envelopes used for mailings of 11" x 17" or larger.
Policy envelopes are used for insurance polices, bonds, mortgages, and legal papers.
Remittance envelopes have a large flap is useful for printing additional messages and offers. Used for direct mail, coupons, applications, statements, and more. .
Wallet envelopes normally have a trapezium shaped flap which is suitable for automatic mailing machines and can come in straight or slightly curved variations.
Window envelopes allow the name and address on enclosure to show. Used for invoices, statements, paychecks, receipts, and more.