Business Envelopes

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We stock millions of business envelopes on the floor that are ready for overprinting at quick turnarounds. These are the most popular envelopes for every day business correspondences and mailings. Below are some of the most common size business envelopes.

#10 envelope. The size of a #10 envelope is 4-1/8" x 9-1/2". This is the most common business envelope and can come with standard and custom window options, inside security tint and different seal options such as peal and seal, flip seal and standard gum seal. 


#9 envelope. The size of a #9 envelope is 3-7/8" x 8-7/8".  This envelope is the most common size for business reply and courtesy reply envelopes. It can also come with security tint and be custom made with different window requirements. 

6-3/4 envelope. The size of a 6-3/4 is 3-5/8" x 6-1/2". This envelope is used often as a return envelope for mailings that use a smaller outer envelope. It is also a very common envelope for churches to use as a tithe donation envelope as a check can fit perfectly inside. 


Remittance Envelopes / Donation Envelopes

Remittance envelopes are primarily used for fundraising purposes where a donor can fill out information, place a check inside and seal the oversized flap to mail the donation in or drop in a collection plate. These are great to use as a church tithe envelope and are especially popular with non-profits to include with mailings and newsletters. We are remittance envelope experts as we can print on both sides of the envelope at the same time and print hundreds of thousands every year for non-profit clients. Below are the most common size remittance envelopes.

6-3/4 remittance envelope. The size of a 6-3/4 remittance envelope is 3-5/8" x 6-1/2" with the flap down. 

#9 remittance envelope. The size of a #9 remittance envelope is 3-7/8" x 8-7/8" with the flap down. 


Booklet and Catalog Envelopes

Booklet and Catalog envelopes come in many different sizes, but what is the difference between a booklet and catalog envelope? The difference is very simple. If the flap is on the long edge of an envelope it is a booklet envelope. If the flap is on the short edge of an envelope it is a catalog envelope. These envelopes can come in all sorts of sizes to carry different media such as magazines, folders, reports and more. Below are the most common size booklet and catalog envelopes. The envelope name is also the size of the envelope. 

5-1/2 x 7-1/2     6 x 9     6 x 9-1/2     7 x 10     9 x 12     10 x 13