Choosing the right envelope
The envelope you design or choose for your project is just as important as the contents inside. The size of the piece, type of mailing, budget and whether automated equipment is required for content insertion will affect the type of envelope you choose. Basic knowledge of the envelope can help you reduce costs and select the most suitable envelope for the project.
Face of Envelope
Hand-addressed lightweight letters or documents.
Pre-addressed lightweight correspondence, no labelling required.
Interoffice envelopes that can be used over and over again.
Style of Envelope
Small Pockets for general correspondence, Large Pockets when extra strength is required.
Lightweight correspondence, commercial documents and direct mail. Generally suitable for machine insertion
Small Wallets for light weight correspondence, Large Wallets for booklets, small catalogues and commercial documents.
Closure of Envelope
Requires moisture to close
No seal at all
Peel back and seal
Pre-gummed flaps, press and seal
With a reusable seal
Features of Envelopes
Heavy weight paper.
Available in heavy weight and ultra heavy weight.
Protects your private letters and documents.
Secretive pattern printed on the inside to protect your private letters and documents.
Ideal for printing your own company logo or details.
Window envelopes have a glassine window film for safe use through your laser printer.