6” x 9” Envelope Printing

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6x9 Envelope Printing

 

  • Quick printing turnaround
  • 1-color or full-color printing
  • Ideal for mailing booklets, catalogs, documents and invitations
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Send Out Professional-Looking Mail With 6” x 9”Envelope Printing

Professionally-printed envelopes bring a level of importance to your mail while making sure your bulky documents fit in one package.

Custom printed 6” x 9” envelopes are sure to capture your recipients’ attention, so the chances of your mail being tossed aside or forgotten are slim to none.

6” x 9” envelopes feature a gummed flap and fit:

  • 5.5” x 8.5" flat cards
  • 11” x 8.5" folded cards, flyers, brochures (5.5x8.5" folded size)
  • 5.5” x 8.5" booklets or catalogs

Anything that fits in these 6” x 9” envelopes are good to go, making it a handy and reliable tool to get your important messages across.  


Choose From Two 6” x 9” Envelope Styles

Booklet Envelopes

  • This style of envelope opens on the long side
  • Easier to insert documents that should not be folded
  • Perfect for machine document insertion
  • Use for mailing price lists, statements, photos, and other flat documents
  • With 1-color or full-color printing options

Catalog Envelopes

  • Flap and opening are located on the short side of the envelope
  • More commonly known as “open end” envelopes
  • Contents do not easily spill out when the envelope is opened
  • Perfect for catalogs, magazines, brochures, and policy or insurance documents that are meant to be folded
  • Full-color printing is available for this style

Design Tips For 6” x 9” Envelopes

It’s not enough to just put your logo and company name on your 6” x 9” envelopes. If you want to make a big statement, you need to think out of the box.

Here’s how:

  • Take inspiration from your company logo, fonts, colors and themes.
  • Pick a layout for your printed envelopes that combines and showcases your visual elements and design direction.
  • If you are starting from scratch, it’s a good idea to hire a graphic designer to help you put your ideas to paper.

A good design can help generate more business for you. Presenting your company in a cohesive manner solidifies your authority and legitimacy in your line of business. Sending out custom-printed envelopes to carry your important message helps you achieve that.


Q&A

What does “Printing Turnaround” mean?
“Printing turnaround” is the number of days it takes to produce your order. This starts once your print-ready artwork has been uploaded, and you’ve approved a hard copy or PDF proof. All turnaround days are based on working days and don’t include holidays, weekends, shipping time or direct mail processing time.

What is the difference between 1-color and full-color printing?
Full-color printing uses thick, heavy-duty 70 lb. opaque paper for its 6” x 9” envelopes. Your design can be printed on both the exterior front and back of these envelopes, but the envelope remains a crisp white.

1-color printing offers three ink color options: black, reflex blue, or standard red. Standard 24 lb. white paper is used for the envelopes, and your design can only be printed on the front. 1-color printing has a non-bleed print, so a thin white margin is retained on the edges.

What is a “gummed flap”?
A “gummed flap” refers to the sealing method of these 6” x 9” envelopes. The envelope flap features a thin layer of water-soluble gum that needs to be moistened to seal the envelope permanently.

 

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