Two trends make having an outstanding letterhead and envelopes absolutely crucial in today’s business environment: 1) people use the Internet more than ever and bypass snail mail; 2) junk mail has piled up so much that many people flip through their daily delivery more quickly than ever. That’s why you need a letterhead and envelopes that not only are functional but eye-catching and memorable.

Letterheads printing provides the primary medium through which businesses actually conduct business. Letterheads are involved in virtually every level of business functions including human resources, legal, financial, administrative, contracts, operations and so on. Letterheads bear the official imprint of a business and represent the business in the course of various transactions. The appearance of letterheads is very important, as it conveys a vital first impression of a business; neat, articulate letterheads portray a business as having pedigree, credibility and experience, while ill-designed and unattractive letterheads printing gives the impression of an unprofessional or dubious establishment. The importance of letterheads printing explains why businesses go to great lengths to ensure the quality and uniqueness of their letterheads by investing in high quality materials and professional designs for their letterheads printing.

Letterheads features

  • Available in 2 standard A4 sizes (8.25″(W) x 11.75″(H) or 8.5″(W) x 11″(H)).
  • Full color on front.
  • Quality letterhead paper.

Paper Options

  • 80gs simili
  • 100gsm simili
  • 100gsm Conqueror Brilliant White


The most common order options are 8.25″(W) x 11.75″ on 100gsm simili paper and it is not coated. This is the most comoon material. For a more sophisticated look of the letterhead, our customers will print on 100gsm Conqueror Brilliant White paper.

Marketing letterhead tips

  • Make it readable, such as using fonts that are easy to read.
  • Keep it simple.
  • Use graphics and color as needed.
  • Add only the important details.
  • Use hierarchy in your design – Communicate important information only.
  • Make sure the shapes, text, indenting, and margins are all balanced.