There are several different ways that the industry prints envelopes such as offset, flexographic, and digitally. When it comes to choosing the best method for printing envelopes, there are certain criteria that need to be considered. A few of these would be costs, quality, length of run, size of envelope, a need for variable data, turnaround time, and the list goes on.
Digitally printing envelopes is a process that allows printing directly from an electronic or digital file to a toner- or ink-based printer. There are no printing plates. This is a high-quality, cost-effective manner for producing printed envelopes in small quantities with a quick turnaround time. There is less color variation over the course of a digital print run verses conventional printing where you have to continually adjust ink/water mixture.
Benefits of a Full-Colored Printed Envelope
Full Bleed: With full-colored envelopes, your image, logo, or graphics can be printed on the entire envelope, not just the front or the back. You can have color or a picture on the flap of the envelope as well.
Color Printing: You can design any color you want on your envelopes with no extra charge. There is also no limit to the amount of colors you can have either.
Why Full Color Printed Envelopes?
There are multiple reasons you might needed Full-Color Envelopes, including:
Great branding tool: You can print envelopes with your unique logo, name, and/or colors on them to make sure your customers know exactly who is sending them mail and what to expect inside. They’ll know who you are before even opening the envelope!
Stand out: With all the bills and advertisements everyone gets in the mail, one way to stand out and make sure your ad or information doesn’t get thrown out with the junk mail is by using color envelopes. You stand out in a crowd of the usual white ones!
First impression: By using full-color envelopes, you can give potential customers and clients a great first impression of your business and what you’re all about. A color envelope can let clients know you’re a legitimate business.
Information Through Color: You can tell the customer more information than you might think based on the colors you use. By choosing green, you might make your clients think of money or the environment. Is that what your business is about? Purple gives off a sense of creativity while red can give off a bold vibe. If you don’t already have a color scheme in mind, think about which colors will be best for your business. Color can do a lot of the work for you!
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