Rated #1 for best envelope printing services. Print professional quality letter, #10, a2, a7, custom, business, greeting card, personalized, and wedding invitation envelopes in black & white or vibrant full color on premium white wove, or peel and seal paper produced as fast as 5 days from proof approval and delivered to your doorstep. Our use of short-run digital printers for smaller quantities and our bulk offset options for larger orders will save you money due to our investment in the latest state of the art printing technology and equipment.
Choose from our wide variety of paper stocks, finishes, and popular folding options and hand them out at trade shows, conferences, conventions, in stores, retail events, or mail to your target market.
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How to Order
If you are ready to place your order, then follow these steps.
Once you are logged in to your PrintingCenterUSA account, go to your desired product page and file out the pricing tool on the right.
Be sure to drop down the “Estimate Shipping” tab towards above the “Order and Upload Files” button on the pricing tool to enter your zip code and view your shipping options. The price in the estimating tool is based on zip code only. In final checkout, the full address is used and this may cause your shipping cost to change. Click “Order and Upload Files” to continue.
Upload your Print-Ready PDF. Click Continue
You can create your own Print-Ready PDF using our free booklet templates. Click here to learn more. If you designed your project on PrintingCenterUSA’s online design tool, then you can simply click “Proceed to Checkout.”
If you place your order without uploading your files and need to upload your files later, you can do so by logging into your PrintingCenterUSA account. Navigate to the orders section, select the order number, then click “Upload File(s)” on the left or the “CLICK HERE” button within the “What’s Next?” area.
Review your cart. This is the first place you have the opportunity to double check your product specifications, so review closely. If you have notes on your order, leave them in the “Job Notes/Comments” section. From here you can either continue shopping to add more products, or proceed to checkout.
Select your shipping address. Save & Continue. If you do not see your address, click “+Add New Shipping Address.” Fill out your information, then click Save & Continue.
Review your order specifications again and confirm your shipping type. Save & Continue.
If you notice order specifications that need to be changed, click “Edit Product Options” underneath the listed specs to adjust your order. Any changes made to your order specifications will affect your order total. Click “Save” to continue.
Note: If you change your shipping type from your original estimate on the pricing tool in Step 1, then your price will change. Also, price in the estimating tool is based on zip code only. In final checkout, the full address is used and this may cause your shipping cost to change.
Select your payment option. Click “Payment | Place Order.” This will prompt a small payment window to open where you will securely enter your information.
Click “Place Order” to finish with the ordering process.
Once your order has been placed, you will receive a confirmation email with your order specifications, an estimated in-hand date, and the name of your assigned Customer Service Representative. If you requested an Electronic - PDF proof, you will receive it within 24 hours of placing your order. If you ordered a Hard Copy Proof, your proof will be shipped within 24 hours of placing your order (arrival date depends on your selected shipping date). Your project will not begin production until after proof approval. Delaying proof approval will also delay your in-hand date.
What Weight of Paper is Best for Envelopes?
24# White Wove is the typical stationery weight and is slightly heavier than regular copy paper. 24# is used most for envelopes and is a bit more opaque than everyday copy paper. These envelopes have a standard flap with adhesives that must be moistened to close.
24# Peel & Seal is the typical stationery weight and is slightly heavier than regular copy paper. 24# is used most for envelopes and is a bit more opaque than everyday copy paper. These envelopes have a peel and stick adhesive closure.
28# White Wove (70#) is the weight of a nice piece of stationary or brochure and is used for larger envelopes They have greater durability and have a standard flap with adhesives that must be moistened to close.
28# Peel & Seal (70#) is the weight of a nice piece of stationary or brochure and is used for larger envelopes They have greater durability and have a peel and stick adhesive closure.
Ink Color Options for Envelopes
We Offer the Following Ink Color Options:
Black 1 Side - Black on Back of the Envelope
Full Color 1 Side - Full Color on the Back of the Envelope
Black + PMS 1 Side - Black on the Back of the Envelope and a Pantone color on the Inside
PMS + PMS 1 Side - Pantone Color on the Back of the Envelope and a Pantone color on the Inside
Color Printing is also known as 4-color printing, four color printing, full color printing, process printing and CMYK printing. Color involves the separation of all colors into 4 different color values Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK).
Black Ink refers to printing in grayscale using only black as the single ink color on the paper. When selected, no other colors or color mixes will be present on the project. All color images submitted will be converted to grayscale before printing.
PMS (Pantone Matching System) is a color matching system that helps to ensure consistency and the highest quality printing and is the industry standard for color matching.
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Most Popular Envelopes
Don't just send mail, send a message! Use the outside of your envelope to hype your business, services or products. Even when you are sending out invoices you can market to current customers or thank them for a recent purchase or let them know about new offerings right on the outside of the envelope. It is professional and important to brand your business envelope by incorporating your logo on it.
No matter what you are sending make it stand out in the mail. Every business uses envelopes, so you might as well get more out of your money and use them as a marketing tool and not just correspondence.
If you are sending bills or notices to clients or customers, create some envelopes that are consistent with your branding.
Include your return address printed in the upper left corner of your envelopes along with an image or graphic to make your envelopes stand out.
Full Color Envelopes
Although we cannot print color on the front of the envelope (where the envelope flap is) we can print whatever design you want on the back of your envelopes.
Include a beautiful design on the back of your envelopes to make your mail stand out to your customers and clients.
Greeting Card Envelopes
Whether you are creating greeting card envelopes for Christmas, birthdays, or any other holiday, feel free to get creative with a design!
Print some simple envelopes with your business’ return address in the top left corner. Perfect for all kinds of mail.
Envelope Ideas & Examples
Let PrintingCenterUSA take your poster project from concept to finished product! We have worked with and helped a number of customers design, mail, and print. Below are ideas, case studies, and examples from real customers to help you get the most out of your next project!
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PrintingCenterUSA recommends that the resolution of your images and document be 300 dpi or more. Learn More
Bleed is an extra 1/8” of image that extends beyond the trim area of your printed piece. The project is printed on an oversized sheet that is cut down to size with the appearance that the image is “bleeding” off the edge of the paper. Learn More
How to make an envelope?
To make an envelope, simply download our free blank envelope folding and mailing templates for the design programs InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Or upload your print-ready PDF into our pricing tool to check out.
How to address an envelope?
To address an envelope, you need to put your return address in the upper left corner of the envelope. This should include your name or business, your street address, city, state, and zip code. In the upper right corner of the envelope, leave room for your stamp. In the center of your envelope, put the sending address. Include your recipient’s full name or business name, street address, city, state, and zip code. See the image below for a guide.
What size envelopes require additional postage?
Any envelopes that have a height of 6.125" or higher and a width of 11.5" or higher should have additional postage. For the sizes that we offer, these would be our two Open End envelopes, the 9" x 12" Open End and the 10" x 13" Open End.