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Tip: Envelope & Enclosure Sizes
When designing an invitation or card always choose the envelope size first. It’s much easier and less costly to utilize standard sizes. The enclosure size should be ¼” smaller in height and in width than the envelope. If your invitation or card is unusually thick or has large embellishments it should be downsized accordingly.
Always make a test sample of the insert(s) and envelope to allow for any necessary adjustments before beginning full production. And remember to visit your local postal outlet to determine the correct amount of postage. Size, thickness, shape and weight all affect postage costs.
Announcement (also called A-style) envelopes are a contemporary style ideal for invitations, announcements, greeting cards, small booklets and promotional pieces. Some utilize side seam construction and have square flaps - others have diagonal seam construction with EuroFlap styling.
Square envelopes attract attention due to their unusual shape and are also great for invitations, announcements and promotional pieces. They can incorporate square flap or EuroFlap styling. Because they are nonstandard, square envelopes require additional postage.
View a sizing chart outlining envelope sizes and then enclosure that will fit inside.